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The Great schism in American economics : an interdisciplinary analysis of 20th century U.S. economics: 1929-1955

The Great schism in American economics : an interdisciplinary analysis of 20th century U.S. economics: 1929-1955

by Alexander James Kriete

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Powerful Arguments, left wanting more   (2018-10-18)

Excellent

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by Dr.Schere2020

Normally when I come across master's thesis to review for my own research I'm very skeptical. However, Kriete does a good job infusing economics with history in order to understand public policy and the ramifications of action versus inaction. I would like to assume he believes austerity...
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Biased yet compelling   (2018-08-20)

Very Good

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by sharpheroeincon

The bulk of Mr. Kriete's work is heavily biased and screams as someone who is openly asserting the antithesis of Austerity is relentless depression. Mark Blyth would take him to task here as he asserts the power of austerity is only a continuation of the Hoover-esque floundering in the economy....
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