Originally posted on Real-World Economics Review Blog:
Real-World Economics Review, issue no 54
To read the whole manifesto go to http://www.paecon.net/PAEReview/issue54/Manifesto54.pdf
Manifesto of the appalled economists
First signatories: Philippe Askenazy (CNRS, France) ; Thomas Coutrot (scientific council of ATTAC, France) ; André Orléan (CNRS, EHESS, president of the French Association for Political Economy) ; Henri Sterdyniak (OFCE, France).
English translation: Gilles Raveaud (Paris 8) and Dany Lang (Paris 13), September, 24th, 2010. The translators are grateful to Edward Fullbrook (Real-World Economics Review).
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