Toward a science of political economics
The dividing line between Traditional Economics — by which I refer not only to classical and neo-classical but also to the positive parts of Keynesian theory — and Political Economics, as I denote my own reformulation of economic theory, can best be approached if we begin from two premises that both procedures share.
Lowe, A. (1970)., Toward a science of political economics, in M. Natanson (ed.), Phenomenology and social reality, Den Haag, Nijhoff, pp. 140-173.
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