Inadequacy of Neo-classical Theory and Its Reflection on the Market Economy

@inproceedings{Atik2017InadequacyON,
  title={Inadequacy of Neo-classical Theory and Its Reflection on the Market Economy},
  author={Selda Atik},
  year={2017}
}
The hypothesis and proposed policies of Neo-classical theory as the dominant ideology of economics in today, are becoming increasingly ineffective in solving current problems and even sometimes cause problems to be intensified. The most important reason for this is the failure of creating a healthy structure for the hypothesis of Neo-classical theory in order to implement it in the reality of today's market economies. The fact confirms the inadequacy of the theory is that even the signals of… CONTINUE READING

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