International Journal of Political Economy, 2021, vol. 50, issue 2, 111-115
This is a rejoinder to the stimulating comments by David Colander, Drucilla Barker and Jeronim Capaldo on my critique of the non-progressive macroeconomic DSGE research paradigm. The three comments expand my arguments and underscore the need for a drastic change in the mainstream approach to macroeconomics.
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