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Adbusters Magazine September-October 2009 Back Issue

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Paradigm Lost
Natural capital: Why are we selling it off and calling it income?
Overshoot: What is the cost of a dying planet?
Progress: Does anyone know if we’re moving forwards or backwards?
True Cost: Why aren’t the prices of products telling the ecological truth?
Happiness: What does it have to do with our curriculums?

Fresh Perspectives
When the Going Gets Tough: Post-meltdown; economists unleash a deafening silence.
Flawed Foundations: Neoclassical ideology is built on an obsolete science.
Confessions of a Radical Economics Prof: Students are baffled when Julie Matthaei advances radical debate in her classroom.
Econophysics: Today’s globalized economy can learn a few lessons from modern physics.
Can Economists Improve the Human Condition? Neoclassical ideology is wholly indifferent to the complexity of life.
Whirlpools and Turbulent Flows: Economics can no longer deny chaos theory or the interconnectedness of nature.

Meet the Mavericks
Renegade thinkers like Frederick Soddy; Paul Samuelson; Lourdes Benería; George Akerlof; Joseph Stiglitz; Herman Daly and Evo Morales are some of the inspiring people who are catalyzing a monumental mind shift in economics.

Your Place in the Revolution
At critical times throughout history; university students have sparked massive protests; calling their leaders on their lies and steering their nations in brave new directions. Learn some of the ways you can help bring down neoclassical economics.
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September-October 2009 Paradigm Lost Natural capital: Why are we selling it off and calling it income? Overshoot: What is the cost of a dying planet? Progress: Does anyone know if we’re moving forwards or backwards? True Cost: Why aren’t the prices of products telling the ecological truth? Happiness: What does it have to do with our curriculums? Fresh Perspectives When the Going Gets Tough: Post-meltdown; economists unleash a deafening silence. Flawed Foundations: Neoclassical ideology is built on an obsolete science. Confessions of a Radical Economics Prof: Students are baffled when Julie Matthaei advances radical debate in her classroom. Econophysics: Today’s globalized economy can learn a few lessons from modern physics. Can Economists Improve the Human Condition? Neoclassical ideology is wholly indifferent to the complexity of life. Whirlpools and Turbulent Flows: Economics can no longer deny chaos theory or the interconnectedness of nature. Meet the Mavericks Renegade thinkers like Frederick Soddy; Paul Samuelson; Lourdes Benería; George Akerlof; Joseph Stiglitz; Herman Daly and Evo Morales are some of the inspiring people who are catalyzing a monumental mind shift in economics. Your Place in the Revolution At critical times throughout history; university students have sparked massive protests; calling their leaders on their lies and steering their nations in brave new directions. Learn some of the ways you can help bring down neoclassical economics.


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Paradigm Lost
Natural capital: Why are we selling it off and calling it income?
Overshoot: What is the cost of a dying planet?
Progress: Does anyone know if we’re moving forwards or backwards?
True Cost: Why aren’t the prices of products telling the ecological truth?
Happiness: What does it have to do with our curriculums?

Fresh Perspectives
When the Going Gets Tough: Post-meltdown; economists unleash a deafening silence.
Flawed Foundations: Neoclassical ideology is built on an obsolete science.
Confessions of a Radical Economics Prof: Students are baffled when Julie Matthaei advances radical debate in her classroom.
Econophysics: Today’s globalized economy can learn a few lessons from modern physics.
Can Economists Improve the Human Condition? Neoclassical ideology is wholly indifferent to the complexity of life.
Whirlpools and Turbulent Flows: Economics can no longer deny chaos theory or the interconnectedness of nature.

Meet the Mavericks
Renegade thinkers like Frederick Soddy; Paul Samuelson; Lourdes Benería; George Akerlof; Joseph Stiglitz; Herman Daly and Evo Morales are some of the inspiring people who are catalyzing a monumental mind shift in economics.

Your Place in the Revolution
At critical times throughout history; university students have sparked massive protests; calling their leaders on their lies and steering their nations in brave new directions. Learn some of the ways you can help bring down neoclassical economics.
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