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Financial crisis: is economics really broken?

Are rumours of the dismal science's demise greatly exaggerated, or have things really changed?

By Jay Elwes  

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Read Diane Coyle and Andrew Haldane on what’s wrong with economics, also available in the print edition of January’s Prospect, out Thursday 11th

Writing in the January issue of Prospect, Andrew Haldane, the Chief Economist of the Bank of England, and Diane Coyle, Professor of Economics at Manchester University, have said that: “Internally, economics is more fractured than perhaps at any time…

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