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Heterodox Economics

Heterodox Economics Definition

Heterodox Economics is an umbrella term to summarize approaches of economics that are considered outside of mainstream economics. The aim of this approach is to involve social and historical factors into analysis, and to analyze economic phenomena that did not receive widespread credence. Schools of heterodox economics are among others post-Keynesian, socialist, Marxian, feminist, ecological, and social economics.

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