Economics and Ideology
The world that citizens live in is a world of political-economy not mere technical economics alone. A parallel series of display models linking various political persuasions with the basically different assumptions usually made about regulation, deregulation; free banking controlled banking, Keynesian assumptions, monetarist assumptions must be laid out so that the distinctions between technological economic knowledge, and assumptions based on political persuasion are made clear. The emphasis is to show where the basic open questions are located and to warn against confusing scientific knowledge with ideological fix.
Basic questions concerning the relationship between democratic processes and market economies must be addressed and illustrated.