The Heterodox Economics Newsletters includes items such as call for papers, job postings and new books topically related to interdisciplinary economic research. It is usually sent out every three weeks.
Link to current issue of the Newsletter can be found here.
What is Heterodox Economics?
Heterodox Economics is an umbrella term covering various strands of economic thought as well as a series of interdisciplinary research fields. While heterodox economics is internally highly diversified, most heterodox economists agree on certain conceptual definitions (e.g. doing economics is to study the process of social provisioning in a broad sense), theoretical foundations (e.g. the role of uncertainty in economic action or the importance of the principles of effective demand and endogenous money) and a common epistemological framework, that takes the form of pluralist engagement.
These commonalities imply that heterodox economists do not necessarily reject any analysis based on the "holy trinity" of conventional economics, i.e. scarcity, rationality and equilibrium, but contest that, as in the current state of the economic discipline, economic research should always assume this holy trinity as the only relevant starting point for economic thought. Hence, while heterodox economics is on the one hand simply an open-minded, interested and critical starting point for analyzing economic issues, it also serves as a common denominator for those economic views, which are increasingly marginalized within the economics' profession.
A slightly more extensive introduction to heterodox economics is provided here.
The Heterodox Economics Directory
The Heterodox Economics Directory contains information on heterodox economic associations, graduate and post-graduate programs, journals and book-series and much more.
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Editorial Policy of the Newsletter
The Heterodox Economics Newsletters includes items topically related to heterodox economics and interdisciplinary economic research. It has an inclusive scope and basically relies on external submissions, which are edited according to some formal standards and compiled into a comprehensive document. Submissions can be made via email@example.com as well as our Online-Submission Tool.
The Newsletter covers the following rubriques:
As a rule the Newsletter tries to be as comrehensive and accessible as possible and therefore includes items only once.