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And that distinction between culture and research tradition is vital. IMO, the chief reason we don't see such critiques more often is the high price so many can be made to pay for offending the interests of wealthy sponsors of self serving theory, from J.D. Rockefeller to the Koch Brothers and a whole bunch more. It is the results of those wealth serving pressures that economics resembles the fashion industry more than a scientific discipline and it is that with which I profoundly disagree. It is pressure from wealthy donors that keeps the public understanding of economics confounded and that allows the perversion of economics to do actual harm to the broader society. For instance, see Varoufakis, A Most Peculiar Failure, where he shows the way in which weak and strong claims for unprovable nonsense has marked the public discourse over economics for decades - actually, for more than a century.

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by ARGeezer (ARGeezer a in a circle eurotrib daught com) on Mon Feb 13th, 2017 at 08:00:32 PM EST
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