Provided by: WU
Master's degree (EQF level: 7)
This course introduces students to heterodox economics. Along with addressing core conceptual issues in defining heterodox economics we will cover in detail six heterodox traditions in economics: Marxian Economics, Austrian Economics, Institutional Economics, Post-Keynesian Economics, Feminist Economics we will discuss the concept of heterodoxy in economics along with discussing the concepts and key issues in mainstream neoclassical and heterodox economics.
Fall semester 2022/23Course start date 2022-10-13Course end date 2023-01-26Language EnglishCredits 4 (ECTS)Grading scheme: 1 - excellent 2 - good 3 - satisfactory 4 - sufficient 5 - fail