Schools of Thought in Economics Series 3
Neo-classical microeconomics has dominated economics as a school of thought since the end of the nineteenth century. Seen as the `orthodox' school, it has been challenged by many of the newer schools that have been developed since, but none has succeeded in supplanting neoclassical microeconomic theory as the foundation stone of economics.
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