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Isn't it awkward to be labeling just a smattering of turn of the century mainstream economists, mid-century French economists, and New Classicals as "the" neoclassical economists? Either both Chicago School and New Keynesians should be added to the template, or this template should be split in three, with only the economists who are neoclassical in a historical standpoint (e.g. John Bates Clark and Irving Fisher) retaining the general heading of neoclassical. Also, is a subheading or template for Walrasian economists really necessary before more gaps in their pages are filled? Darsox64 (talk) 16:43, 1 July 2010 (UTC)