This is the beginning of an effort to gather resources on alternatives to the neoclassical economic paradigm (and its variations) that dominate legal scholarship and policy. How might legal scholarship learn from, add to, engage with, and apply heterodox economics?
Websites on Post-Keynesian perspective, particularly highlighting Hyman Minsky’s theory:
- The Center for Full Employment and Price Stability
- The Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
- Economists for Full Employment Reading Lists
- Epic: A Coalition of Economic Policy Institutions
Other sites focusing on progressive economics scholarship: The Political Economy Research Institute
And on translating progressive economics to popular audiences: