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Forum XI (Summer 2019)

Economics After Neoliberalism

Our most ambitious issue to date. Bringing together thirty-two world-class economists, political scientists, and philosophers, Economics After Neoliberalism offers a powerful case for a new brand of economics—one focused on power and inequality and aimed at a more inclusive society.

Check out the Table of Contents below, and purchase your copy here.





Editors' Note
Joshua Cohen





Economics After Neoliberalism
Suresh Naidu, Dani Rodrik, & Gabriel Zucman
Economics Is the Materiality of Moral Choice
Corey Robin
Economics After Partisanship
Oren Cass
In Defense of Neoliberalism
William Easterly
Markets Are Political
Debra Satz
What About Developing Countries?
Arvind Subramanian
Trade Restrictions Will Not Achieve Ethical Globalization
Margaret E. Peters
Inclusive Prosperity for Global Supply Chains
Alice Evans
A Transdisciplinary Approach
Complexity Economists
“Illiberal” Economics
Caleb Orr
The Perils of Quantification
Ethan Bueno de Mesquita
Empiricism’s Implicit Bias
Marshall Steinbaum
Economists Should Enable Democratic Priorities
Suresh Naidu, Dani Rodrik, & Gabriel Zucman





Selling Keynesianism
Robert Manduca
Everyday Economists
Samuel Bowles interviewed by Joshua Cohen
Who Owns Corporations?
Lenore Palladino
The False Promise of Enlightenment
Quinn Slobodian
Free Speech, Incorporated
Amy Kapczynski

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