Book review: Brancaccio, E. and Califano, A. (2018): Anti-Blanchard Macroeconomics, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA (158 pages, Edward Elgar Publishing, hardcover, also available as paperback and ebook, ISBN 978-1-78811-899-6)
More than a decade after the global financial crisis there are a number of heterodox textbooks on the market. For example, the CORE project offers an online as well as a print version of its textbook developed over recent years by a group of economists, including Wendy Carlin and Sam Bowles (The CORE Team 2017, https://www.core-econ.org/; cf. Stirati 2018 in this journal). The influential modern monetary theory economists have published a textbook too (Mitchell et al. 2019; cf. Michell 2019). Another now well-established series of textbooks was written and maintained by economists
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