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By Meilutė Ramonienė, Ian Press

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With a renewed confidence, we can write new stories. A student perspective 31 References Friedman, M. (1982) Capitalism and Freedom, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Witchger, Felipe, Mallin, Sean, Hoapt, Nicholas, and Dan, Nickolas (2008) “Economics at Notre Dame: An Open Letter,” Open Economics ND, 14 April. com/ 4 Why economics needs pluralism Bernard Guerrien and Sophie Jallais Traditional economics is no doubt hegemonic and imperialistic, extending its reach to all aspects of social life – marriage, crime, education, art, health, history, geography – while at the same time impugning other social sciences for lacking a formalistic model.

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