Saturday, 7 October 2000

From "The Transatlantic Divide: Why are American and British IPE So Different?"

By Benjamin J. Cohen.

The critical question is: Why didn’t economists fight harder for “ownership” of the field? Had they done so, the construction of the American school might have followed a very different trajectory – addressing different questions, offering different answers. The basics might have been defined in another manner altogether.

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