On the Post-Autistic Economics Movement: An introduction| Shantanu Singh

And so the debate began. The original students’ petition had already divided the economic thinking narrow and broadband thought – with them calling for the latter to take front stage – and word had spread around the world. Within a year or two, petitions from students at Cambridge University in the UK, Kansas City and Harvard in USA, Australia and Canada were released. All of these were based on the intentions clarified in the original French petition and called for economic departments all over the world to take note of the pedagogical crisis in economics that had been brought about by the prevalence of neo-classical economic thinking.

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