On the liberty of thought and discussion in economics

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Eliassen, Roman Linneberg;

This thesis offers a new justification and interpretation of “pluralism in economics”\ud and discusses how it can be implemented. Calls for pluralism reflect discontent with\ud the exclusive dominance of one approach in economics. This perceived monism\ud entails twofol... View more
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