This is the keynote speech that I gave to the Australian Teaching Economics Conference, the paper for which will be the subject of my next two posts: the decline of Economics from up to 40% of any business degree to about 4% today. In it I suggest that heterodox economists should complete the march to zero by jumping ship and joining Accounting departments. There they could develop a “Monetary Economics for Accountants” unit that would replace the standard Introductory Economics subject required for accreditation as an accountant.
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