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Shackle: A Critical Sampling

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The works of Shackle are a mixed bag. There is no better critique of the modern Neoclassical orthodoxy than his Epistemics and Economics and few worse analyses of Keynes than his essay "Keynes and the Nature of Human Affairs". We do not have a unified coherent body of thought but rather scattered insights, flashes of brilliance, moments of confusion.

Volume 2, Number 2 (1978)

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Lavoie, Don C. "Shackle: A Critical Sampling." Journal of Libertarian Studies 2, No.2 (1978): 125-134.