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Real-world economics review

real-world economics review  
Former names
post-autistic economics review
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
Real-World Econ. Rev.
Discipline Economics
Language English
Edited by Edward Fullbrook
Publication details
post-autistic economics network
Publication history
ISSN 1755-9472
OCLC no. 367587215
  • Journal homepage

real-world economics review is an open access peer-reviewed academic journal of heterodox economics published by the post-autistic economics network since 2000. It was known formerly as the post-autistic economics review. Previous issues are archived on its website.

The journal is part of the post-autistic economics movement, and, as such, heavily criticizes neoclassical economics. It accepts contributions from diverse schools of economic thought.

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External links

  • Official website

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