Heterodox Economics

The Association for Heterodox Economics conference begins today in Bristol and covers the theme of pluralism in action, with papers that are pluralist themselves or promoting debate between or within theoretical perspectives on specific areas of interest.

The Economics Network recently published a new addition to their excellent Handbook for Economics Lecturers on Teaching Heterodox Economics Concepts written by Andrew Mearman of UWE, who is chairing this years conference.

The Heterodox Economics portal Hetecon.com has details of previous conferences, as well as details of heterodox economists, societies and journals, with further links to explore.

Heterodox economists are also part of the wider community of economics bloggers and one of the best places to start is with the Heterdox Economist, Eric Nilsson of California State University, San Bernardino.

Intute: Social Sciences features more resources on the topic of heterodox economics.