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Measurement and Meaning in Economics: The Essential Deirdre McCloskey (Economists of the Twentieth Century Series) [Paperback]

Deirdre McCloskey , Stephen Thomas Ziliak

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27 Nov 2002 Economists of the Twentieth Century Series
A collection of the writings of Deirdre McCloskey on economic history and the rhetoric of economics. The book reflects McCloskey's evolution over time: from economist to critic; positivist to postmodernist; conventional economist to feminist economist; and man to woman. McClosky argues that economics has become ahistorical and narrowly scientific; a harmful development for a moral science. The book shows the critic's attempts to repair the dysfunctional relationship between economics and the humanities.

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