What do economists think of Karl Polanyi's book "The Great Transformation"?

I suspect that would depend on the economist’s ideological orientation. I’m sure progressively-minded economists are aware of the work as a potent counter-argument to classical liberalism, and to its importance in expanding economics into a much broader interdisciplinary concern. Neoliberals probably hate it, as it slaughters most of their sacred cows.


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