Rajani Kannepalli Kanth
Published January 15, 2019
Reference - 256 Pages
ISBN 9780429459634 - CAT# KE65878
Series: Routledge Revivals
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Published in 1997, this postmodern critique provides a discourse on internal dynamics of the economics world view, suggesting for future societal wellbeing that we simply do not criticize economics but dispense it altogether. It argues that in the modern era economics have become obsolete as we live in a society riddled with corruption.
1. Critical Realism: The Nouvelle Critique. 2. Against Eurocentrism: Prolegomena to Liberation. 3. Theory and Policy in ‘Development’ Studies: An Overview of the Mythology of ‘Progress. 4. Economic Theory and Arms Expenditures: A Resume of Issues. 5. Sraffa, and All That: A Retrospective on Some Foibles of the Cambridge School. 6. Why England Led the Way: Clues to a Critique of Eurocentrism. 7. The Ricardian Rigmarole: From Policy to Paradigm. 8. The Parson and the Plutocrat: Toward Restitution. 9. The Eclipse of Ricardian Ideas: A Primer on Paradigm Shift in Economics. 10. The Falling Rate of Profit: Clarifying a Conjecture. 11. The ‘Asiatic’ Mode of Production: Eclipse of a Nation. 12. The ‘Transition’ to Socialism: In Dubious Debate. 13. Beyond Marx: Contra Theses on Feuerbach. 14. Feminist Horizons: Toward Cultural Revolution.