Keen also does a good job pointing out the corruption of the economics profession.
The presentation here is quite accessible to the interested non-specialist reader - in fact this has been a central shaping of the book throughout.
Overall, this is a very strong book that I feel any student of economics would be bettered by reading.
Professor Keen provides some seemingly worthwhile insights into current Economics models, yet he spends too much time demonizing the people he disagrees with and complaining about... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Robert Schaffer
I have been researching for years to try to find why I have lived as an adult in a different world than the one I grew up on and I think I have found the answer. Read morePublished 27 days ago by S. Campbell
Steve Keen won the "Paul Revere Award" for being the foremost economist correctly predicting the sub-prime crash and related financial panic of 2008. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Thomas R. Moorer
If you ever have doubted what you are being told as being true, Steve Keen has the book for you.Published 8 months ago by C. McDermott
After studying economics for several years, I always felt there was a tinge of failure throughout the theory. Read morePublished 8 months ago by H. N. T.
Awesome book! Not your average economics textbook...
You got to buy this one, its good one to have under your belt.
During the past 7 or 8 years I've been reading quite a bit, and writing a little, about what's wrong with neoclassical economics (NCE). Read morePublished 10 months ago by A. J. Sutter
I had been meaning to take a look at this book earlier, as the premise sounded interesting, and Keen is an interesting fellow on the blogs and twitter, but the price for a... Read morePublished 10 months ago by J. Edgar Mihelic