paper delivered to Ecopolitics X Conference, Australian National University, September 26-29, 1996.

Economic Rationalism as a Mental Disease
footnotes

Richard Gosden

Footnotes

[1] Virginia S. Thatcher, Editor in Chief, Websters Encyclopedic Dictionary of the English Language, Consolidated Book Publishers, Chicago, 1971, P.248.

[2] John Carroll, `Economic Rationalism and its Consequences', in John Carroll and Robert Manne eds., Shutdown, The Text Publishing Company, Melbourne, 1992. P. 7.

[3] Ibid. P. 7.

[4] Bernard Caravan, Economists For Beginners, Pantheon Books, New York, 1983, pp.14-36.

[5] John Carroll, Op. Cit. P. 8.

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[6] Ibid.

[7] John Salmond, The New Deal, F.W.Cheshire Publishing, Melbourne, 1970.

[8] John Maynard Keynes, Activities 1931-1939, World Crises and Policies in Britain and America, ed. Donald Moggridge, Vol. XX1, Cambridge University Press, 1982, pp.298-290.

[9] Stuart McBurney, Ecology Into Economics Won't Go, Green Books, Bideford Devon , 1990, pp.1-6.

[10]Andre Gorz, Paths to Paradise: On The Liberation From Work, Pluto Press, London 1983, pp. 29-39.

[11] Clive Hamilton, The Mystic Economist, Willow Park Press, Fyshwick ACT, 1994, pp.191-193.

[12] Herman E. Daly, Steady-state Economics, Earthscan Publications, London, 1992, pp. 2-12.

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[13] Ted Wheelwright, `Economic Controls for Social Ends', in Stuart Rees, Gordon Rodley and Frank Stilwell, ed., Beyond The Market, Pluto Press, Leichhardt, 1993, P.16.

[14] Donald Horne, `Its Time for a Think', in Donald Horne ed., The Trouble With Economic Rationalism, Scribe, Newham 1992, P.7.

[15] Kenneth Davidson, `Defrocking the Priests', in Donald Horne ed., The Trouble With Economic Rationalism, Scribe, Newham 1992, P.62.

[16] Trevor Turner, `Croesus and the crackpots', The New Internationalist, No.259, September, 1994, P.9.

[17] John Carroll, Op. Cit. P.11.

[18] Robert Manne, `The Future of Conservatism', Quadrant, January-February 1992, P.49.

[19] Frank Stillwell, `Economic Rationalism: Sound Foundations for Policy?' in Stuart Rees, Gordon Rodley and Frank Stilwell, ed., Beyond The Market, Pluto Press, Leichhardt, 1993, P.28.

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[20] Chris Hedges, `Cairo fights to stop school from turning out fundamentalist robots', Sydney Morning Herald, October 5, 1994, P.16.

[21] Jonathan Freedland, `Christian soldiers marching to take the White House', Sydney Morning Herald, October 3, 1994.

[22] Robert W. Stern, `India After Ayodha', Current Affairs Bulletin, July 1993, pp.16-20.

[23] American Psychiatric Association, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Third edition, Washington, 1980, pp.326-327.

[24] American Psychiatric Association, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth edition, Washington, 1994, pp. 672-673.

[25] Bob Hawke, "Parliamentary Statement By the Prime Minister, March 12, 1991', Building a Competitive Australia, Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, March 12, 1991, pp.1.11-1.22.

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[26] Paul Keating, "Taxation Measures', OP. Cit. pp.2.1-2.7.

[27] John Button, `Statement By The Minister For Industry, Technology And Commerce, March 12, 1991', in Building a Competitive Australia, Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, March 12, 1991, P.3.2

[28] John Hewson, Fightback!: It's Your Australia, Parliament House, Canberra, 21 November, 1991, P.1.

[29] Alan Thein Durning, How Much Is Enough, Earthscan Publications, London, 1992, P.34.