Economics’ New Standard Model

An on-line seminar during the winter months of 2014-2015 and, more remotely, the beginning of a massive cultural change. The title contains the word new as does Lonergan’s typescript title of 1942, “For a New Political Economy.” The seminar has a modest objective, communicated feebly but easily by noting a gap, an existential gap, expressed by economics course descriptions of present universities and their failure to treat local economies. Appreciating both the gap and the possible exception of seriously treating local economies is the seeding of the New Standard Model in economics. If interested in observing or participating in the seminar, please contact Philip McShane.

Economics’ New Standard Model 1: The Invitation

Economics’ New Standard Model 2: The Reason for the Seminar

Economics’ New Standard Model 2D: Review of McShane’s Piketty’s Plight and the Global Future

Economics’ New Standard Model 3: Finding the Need for Focused Detailed Work

Economics’ New Standard Model 4: A Shift of Aim

Economics’ New Standard Model 5: Projects of the Economic Seminar

Economics’ New Standard Model 6: The Second e-Seminar of 2015: The Minders’ Reach for God

Economics’ New Standard Model 7W: The Economics of Social Services: An Issue of Both Theory and Practice

Economics’ New Standard Model 8: Physics, Haute Vulgarization, and Future Minding

From One-Flow to Two-Flow Analysis: “The Key Diagrams” (Philip McShane, Piketty’s Plight and the Global Future [Vancouver: Axial Publishing, 2014], 11–14.)