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The Secret Sins of Economics

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The Secret Sins of Economics
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Publisher: Prickly Paradigm Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0971757534
Number of pages: 58

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In this pamphlet, McCloskey reveals what she sees as the secret sins of economics (there are two) that no one will discuss. In her view, these sins cripple economics as a scientific enterprise. She writes with passion and an unusually wide scope.

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