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Introduzione (Introduction)

Mauro Gallegati ()

Moneta e Credito, 2019, vol. 72, issue 287, 163-170

Abstract: Questo numero speciale di Moneta e Credito raccoglie gli atti di un simposio ispirato da un dialogo tra Olivier Blanchard e Emiliano Brancaccio sulle crisi e le possibili future rivoluzioni della teoria e della politica economica. Il simposio evidenzia le potenzialità di una rinnovata comunicazione tra paradigmi concorrenti e di una critica costruttiva all'approccio oggi dominante ai fini di un rinnovato progresso della conoscenza in campo economico. This special issue of Moneta e Credito collects the proceedings of a symposium inspired by a dialogue between Olivier Blanchard and Emiliano Brancaccio dedicated to the crises and possible future revolutions of economic theory and policy. The symposium highlights the benefits of renewed communication between competing paradigms and constructive criticism of the current mainstream for the purpose of a renewed progress of economic knowledge.

Keywords: economic theory; economic policy; crisis; revolution; scientific competition; alternative paradigms (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: B4 B5 E6 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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