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heterodox

at variance with established, orthodox, or accepted doctrines or beliefs
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Here, probably the dominant lesson from experience with struggles to establish heterodox economics or political economy teaching and research programs at Australian universities is that doing so within territory occupied by orthodox economists is extraordinarily difficult.
There are two new sections, to chapter 17 (on the battle between more and less conservative strands in mainstream economics), and to chapter 19 (on the revival of heterodox economics), and in chapter 18 there is some additional material on Post Keynesian theory.
This rule was passed to eliminate the most virulent strain of heresy ever encountered to date; it was an attempt to keep the heterodox from moving around to more hospitable dioceses.
Tyacke finds that "Puritan" as a derogatory label did not become associated specifically with doctrinal Calvinism and predesrinarian thought until the 1620s when the rise of Arminianism eventually rendered heterodox what hitherto had been the Reform core of English religious orthodoxy.
Yeats' aim, according to Brown, was to "infuse Irish reality, through symbolic rites and ritual enactments, with an ancient spirituality in which paganism and heterodox Christianity combined would help Ireland achieve a transcendent liberation from the crassly materialist world of England's commercial empire.
This, says Kaelber, led Weber into an examination of the sociology of both orthodox and heterodox medieval religious groups to discover how the social organization of religious groups shaped the rational ascetic conduct of its members.
One effect of "poststructuralist" theory on the politics of multiculturalism - often wrongly identified with the zeitgeist of a fuzzy "postmodernism" - has been to deprive "class" of the primacy it usually enjoys in progressive social critiques: the heterodox nature of "cross-references, complementaries and demarcations" form a piecemeal social imaginary "prior to any class strategy designed to weld them into vast coherent ensembles "in Foucault's words.
He identifies seven themes: the global shift of production to low-wage countries; conditions in labor markets are at least as important as conditions in product and capital markets; global wage differentials and the myth of convergence; wages and productivity--glaring paradoxes that mainstream and heterodox economic theory cannot explain; wage differentials and differences in the rate of exploitation; the obfuscation of imperialist exploitation by conventional interpretations of economic data; the origin, nature, and trajectory of the global economic crisis--why the ofinancial crisiso is rooted in capitalist production.
Somewhat (2) similarly, John B Davis argues that, while neoclassical economics continues to dominate the curriculum, the mainstream research frontier differs from neoclassical economics and has as much in common with established heterodox schools as with neoclassical economics.
The book is aimed at academics, researchers, and students in economics, finance, and heterodox economics.
Abstract: The complexity of the history of heterodox economics combined with the lack of extensive detailed studies on components of the history means that it is not yet possible to produce a general history of heterodox economics or a generalised historical identity of heterodox economists.
Given our staunch commitment to heterodox viewpoints and the state of the country, it seems likely that these disputes will continue to rage.