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I don’t seem to be able to fully grasp Mark Blaug’s distinction between a relativist and an absolutist approach to the history of economics – first introduced in Economic Theory in Retrospect (1962) – and that is a source of much frustration.
The title of the conference, “Paradigm Lost,” is an obvious combination of two references.
While yesterday presented a number of frontrunning scientists discussing current economics and state of the economy in general, academic terms, today starts with ECB executive board member Asmussen.
Behind all the technical language and the common theme of bashing bankers, there remains the Great Divide between Germans and the rest.