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    I am looking to do an economics conversion course but the options seem limited. I have been reading a lot of Yanis Yaroufakis and am taking an online course with Robert Schiller, both of which are very vocal against neo-classical economics and efficient markets hypothesis. All the conversion courses seem very rooted in this school of thought. Do you guys think it is necessary to study these things even if only to draw arguments against them?
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