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Everyone who has gone a reasonable way through school has been introduced to the idea of writing an essay – defining a topic, building up arguments, and drawing a conclusion. If you’re lucky (or well-organised), you will also have time to re-read your essay, refine your language, add new examples and improve the final product. Writing a non-fiction book is an extended and expanded form of this process, with a lot more people involved.

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Excerpt from Frank Stilwell's column in The Australian newspaper on May 6, 2009.
"Obey ye the market" has proved to be a misleading mantra. The emergent recession shows the economic rationalist approach did not provide sound foundations for sustainable economic activity. One university that seeks to explore the different approaches to economic analysis is the University of Sydney. For decades it has offered students the opportunity to study courses in political economy as well as mainstream economics. The courses look at Keynesian, post-Keynesian, Marxian and institutional analyses of capitalism as well as the neoclassical orthodoxy.

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