- Reality (and not simply abstract rationality) as the starting point of economic theory.
- Economic logic with internal consistency (and not only formal rigour).
- Malthus and the Classics (not Walras and the Marginalists) as the major inspiring source in the history of economic thought.
- Non-ergodic (in place of stationary, timeless) economic systems.
- Causality vs. Interdependence.
- Macroeconomics before Microeconomics.
- Disequilibrium and instability (not equilibrium) as the normal state of the industrial economies.
- Necessity of finding an appropriate analytical framework for dealing with technical change and economic growth.
- A strong, deeply felt social concern.
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