The Betrayal of Liberal Economics (eBook, PDF) - Witztum, Amos
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1. An Illusion of Order1.1Early Conceptions: A Conditioned Order1.2Post Enlightenment Developments: Internalised conditionality1.3The modern era: Idealised realism.
2. The Power of Beliefs: The organisation principles of economics' paradigmatic core2.1 The Paradigmatic Core2.2 The nature of Theoretical Obstacles and Developments2.3 The Hard Problems2.4 Growth: the new Holy-Grail2.5. ConclusionAppendices A-B
3. A Sense of Irrelevance3.1 Share of Governments3.2. The Share of Wages in National Income.3.3 Employment3.4 A Note on Growth3.5 ConclusionAppendix A
4. On Freedom and Justice: A Note pertaining to economics' liberal connection4.1 Freedom, Liberty and Sovereignty: A note4.2 Markets, Justice and the idea of Due Share4.3 Conclusion
5. On Human Sociality I5.1. Being Social5.2 Prehistoric and Evolutionary Dimensions
6. On Human Sociality II: Intrinsic Sociality, self-interest and Social Organisation6.1. Social Distance and Social Organisation6.2. Cognition, Development and the conception of society6.3 ConclusionAppendix A
7. The Conception of the Individual in Modern Economic Analysis7.1. The 'Choice' of Rationality.  7.2. Rationality and Sociality7.3. Rationality in Economics7.4. Socialising the Instrumentally Rational Individual.7.5. The problem with Homo Economicus7.6. Conclusions
8. The Classical Alternative8.1 The Modern versus Smithian Narratives8.2 The Moral benchmark I: The Individual8.3 The moral benchmark II: the analysis of systems and distributions.8.4. Spill over and the Beneficence of Natural Distributions.8.5 Summary of moral argument8.6. Conclusions
9. Epilogue: Quo Vadis9.1. Reflections on the more immediate implications of the book 9.2. Some Broader implications9.3. Taking Stock: A Summary of the book 9.4. Some Final Words