Is Economics Relevant?: Reader in Political Economics by Robert L Heilbroner, Arthur M. Ford
English | 1971 | ISBN: 0876204450 | 315 Pages | PDF | 30.8 MB
This reader in political economics serves a double purpose. It demonstrates that economics can be relevant while pointing up the reasons why it often is not- why it frequently refuses to ask the questions that might more clearly illumine sociefy; why it sometimes gets unsatisfactory answers to the questions it does ask; and why it too often fails to offer the historic and philosophic guidance we seek.