A while ago I got so interested in economics (partly after finding out about the Austrian school) that I took some time off from work in order to get a bachelor's degree in economics. Now I am just about to enter my second year ofthese studies. Needless to say I will have neoclassical economists as my teachers.
The reason I make this thread is that I would love to have some good questions to ask them. I've gone through HA, MES and Capitalism by George Reisman, and several other books, so I'm reasonably well versed in Austrian economics, but I don't have as many great questions to ask as I would like to. (Obviously I can go back to these books, but time is most certainly a scarce resource for me.) Do any of you guys have some good penetrating questions to ask these keynesians, who may never even have heard of Mises? It can regard macro economics as well as micro economics. Thanks in advance.
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