Real-World Economics Review

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Real-World Economics Review
Edited byEdward Fullbrook
Publication details
Former name(s)
Post-Autistic Economics Review, Post-Autistic Economics Newsletter
Post-Autistic Economics Network
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Real-World Econ. Rev.
OCLC no.367587215

Real-World Economics Review is a peer-reviewed open access academic journal of heterodox economics published by the "Post-Autistic Economics Network" since 2000. Since 2011 it is associated with the World Economics Association.[1] It was known formerly as the Post-Autistic Economics Review and the Post-Autistic Economics Newsletter.[2][3] Previous issues are archived on its website.[1] Two sister journals from the same publisher are Economic Thought and World Economics Review.[4]

The journal is part of the post-autistic economics movement, and, as such, heavily criticizes neoclassical economics. It accepts contributions from diverse schools of economic thought.

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  1. ^ a b "Homepage". real-world economics review. World Economics Association. Retrieved 23 March 2015.
  2. ^ "The Autistic Economist'". Yale Economic Review. Summer 2006.
  3. ^ "Taking on Rational Man: Dissident economists fight for a niche in the discipline". Chronicle of Higher Education. 24 January 2003. Retrieved 23 March 2015.
  4. ^ Storbeck, Olaf (26 May 2011). "Angriff auf das Establishment" [Attack on the Establishment]. Handelsblatt (in German). Retrieved 2 September 2016.

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