This paper investigates the historical arguments about the role of self interest and greed in capitalism, and how scholars over time have categorised 'good greed' and 'bad greed'. Civilizing_Capitalism (Download the full text in PDF format) This article was originally published in Real-World Economics Review, issue no. 63.
This paper argues that bringing evolutionary and Schumpeterian economics to the Third World would greatly benefit from including insights and elements from pre-Smithian economics, the history of economic policy and classical development economics. A truly evolutionary theory of economic change requires that all neo-classical assumptions be relaxed at the same time, while re-introducing the many factors that were recognised long ago as contributing to the unevenness of economic development. theorizing_inclusion (Download the full text in PDF format)