Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Heterodox Microeconomics

Tae-Hee Jo, Fred Lee, Nina Shapiro, and Zdravka Todorova have compiled a list of readings in Heterodox Microeconomics that deserves attention and praise (available here). The only classic book that was central in my formation that I see missing is Paolo Sylos-Labini's Oligopoly and Technical Progress (1962). My favorite graduate textbook still is the one by Fabio Petri here.

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