Krugman Now Sees the Perversity of Economics’ “Culture of Fraud” by William Black

Another interesting piece, this time by William Black, on the ideology of economics. The crisis has brought these issues to the attention of the public …, well, that portion of the public that pays attention to economist’s meanderings. Like Black, I too am surprised at the inability of mainstream economists to see the ideological underpinnings of their own favored mode of thought. Efficient markets … really?

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Professor of Economics, California State University San Bernardino
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