Teachers of pluralist economics need to foster argument that is sound, not shrill. Amy S Cramer and Laura Markowitz make a point.
It’s the first day of the semester at Pima Community College in Tucson, Arizona and I am standing in front of my new crop of students. It’s a diverse lot: they range in ...

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Amy Cramer

Since 1992, Amy S. Cramer, PhD, has been teaching multiple perspectives on economic issues. After earning her doctorate in economics from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, she developed a unique interdisciplinary …

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