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e-THOUGHT
VOLUME 4, NUMBER 4 (OCTOBER - DECEMBER, 2003)

In this issue:

HETEREDOX ECONOMICS



Thorstein Veblen (1857 - 1929)

Articles

Elsewhere ....

Challenging the Dominant Paradigm (I)
Alternatives to Neoclassical Economics

Challenging the Dominant Paradigm (II)
Alternatives to Neoclassical Economics

Critics of Capitalism: Then and Now
Excellent article from Foreign Affairs

Looking After Our Children
Labour Migration in the 21st Century

Conspicuous Consumption in Bangladesh
Thorstein Veblen was right!

An Inspirational Story
Tell This to the Taliban (and their kind)

Google-eyed
To Google or not to Google, that is the Question

NGOs
In the Crosshairs

Bridging the Digital Divide?
Computers and the Poor in Guatemala

A Good Read
Born-Again Books

Chuckles

Ammonia to the rescue!
In Thailand?

From the Christian Science Monitor (August 3, 2003):

"And don't call me 'Dot'"

There are those who believe strongly in certain causes, and then there's a "youth educator" in Norfolk, Va., for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. We speak of the former Karin Robertson. Former? Yes, and not because she has married and taken her husband's name. If you want to contact her, she's now GoVeg.com. The change is legal and, in fact, is the same as the website of her employer. She made the switch to stimulate discussion about vegetarianism. But she admits others usually react by saying: "You've got to be joking." Take, for example, Kara Flynn, spokeswoman of the National Pork Producers Council. "It sounds," Flynn said, "like she needs to get a life."