I have written a paper discussing Milton Friedman’s baleful influence on economics. Part of escaping that influence is developing alternative ideas. But part of the process is understanding where and how economics went “off track”.
The abstract is below and on my website (HERE). Please feel free to share it with others who may be interested in this subject.
Senior Economic Policy Adviser, AFL-CIO and
Research Associate, Economic Policy Institute
Restoring Shared Prosperity: A Policy Agenda From Leading Keynesian Economists, December 2013, PDF available at www.thomaspalley.com, book available at Amazon.com