Ever since the institutional labour economists rejected classical economic theory over six decades ago, there has been a deeply troubling schism in the foundations of our discipline that still has not been satisfactorily resolved. As a result, our ability to forecast inflation and unemployment suffers, and our policy analyses of structural and demand issues are often not very enlightening.
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- Palgrave Macmillan UK