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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