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Title: Re-engineering ideas in developmental growth
Authors: Mohan, Deepanshu
Keywords: Development
Economic growth
Social choice theories
Issue Date: 31-Dec-2016
Publisher: South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF)
Citation: Mohan, Deepanshu. (2016). Re-engineering ideas in developmental growth. South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF), Working Paper Series No. 15.
Abstract: The understanding and application of Economics as a discipline is somewhat facing an existential crisis at the moment. For far too long, our understanding of a value free economics, by value based practitioners has been shaped in form of a collection of models designed to empirically analyse the causal relationships of economic problems affecting a humanoid world. In the history of modern economics, particularly since the early 20th century, the injection of mathematics and statistics in the methodology of economic problem solving, allowed the practitioners of economics to distinguish themselves as preachers and soothsayers over and beyond being social scientists.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10739/595
ISSN: 2406-5633
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