Para reformar o ensino da economia

Robert Skidelsky:
"So an ideal undergraduate curriculum should aim to introduce breadth in the first year, core competencies in the second, and depth in the third, without choosing between the different schools – new classical, Keynesian, Hayekian, Schumpeterian, etc. ‘Disciplined eclecticism’ or ‘horses for courses’ will be our watchword. By this approach we might hope to mitigate the risk that, starting from a mistake, we end up in Bedlam."
Nota: "Bedlam" pode ser traduzido por "Júlio de Matos".

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