The Soulful Science : What Economists Really Do and Why It Matters . By Diane Coyle

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Diane Coyle wishes to convince the intelligent general public that contemporary neoclassical economics is not only virile, rather than sterile, but is of crucial importance for public policy. Her book seeks to change the noneconomist professional's belief that (p. 2) "[E]conomics is too narrow in its focus, caring only about money; too dry and robotic in… (More)

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@inproceedings{Coyle2008TheSS, title={The Soulful Science : What Economists Really Do and Why It Matters . By Diane Coyle}, author={Diane Coyle and Samuel Bostaph}, year={2008} }