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Just curious.
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Just curious.

Here is the course structure for economics at LSE.

http://www.lse.ac.uk/resources/calen...cEconomics.htm


What are your other options besides capitalism? Obviously there are variations, but did you have other things in mind? If you were doing economic history you might.
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They seem to me, [limited experience to be fair] to be indoctrinated and later in life, institutionalised.
Like......errrm, ringers, Tim Hartford, or David Blanchflower for instance.

I like reading some economists blogs, who show the systems for what they are. Normally quite anarchic. But completely on the nose.

Fred Harrison for instance, or Per Kurowski. [In fact in my fantasy cabinet in my head these two would have a place as ministers. ]

[In general the subject bores the crap out of me,and I'd prefer to watch a michael wood documentary or some such, but I also like to keep ahead of exactly how I am being screwed over]

Why do you ask? Or do I need to ask? LOL.
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