Green economy: Growth is not good enough
PREMIUM I took a summer class at the JFK School of Government at Harvard University a while ago, long before SBY, our beloved president, gave a speech in the main building of the school. One of the professors complained of the narrow scope of mainstream economics as a purely quantitative expression and assumption of a homo economicus perspective. He was arguing that in the end what matters is the ev...
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