I have investigated economics for around 15 years, bringing my considerable scientific experience to bear. Two published books, Economia and Sack the Economists, and one eBook, The Nature of the Beast, have resulted. I have endorsements from economists and have placed articles and papers in economics web sites and journals, as described below.
I have interacted with economics Professor Steve Keen, University of Western Sydney, over the past five years or so. He clearly sees me as having serious contributions to make to economics, as attested by this endorsement:
– Economics Professor Steve Keen, University of Western Sydney, author of Debunking Economics .
My book Economia garnered the following endorsements
Geoff Davies turns his critical scientific gaze on contemporary economic orthodoxy and finds it deeply deficient. His work makes a strong case for a radical reconstruction of economic arrangements if we are to live more fruitfully and harmoniously.
– Frank Stilwell, Professor of Political Economy, University of Sydney.
Imagine a much more equal and inclusive society than we have now. It has old-fashioned family values, solid local communities, and full employment in an efficient and sustainable market economy with a debt-free money supply and no executive plunder. Impossible? Perhaps. But Geoff Davies’ project is distinguished by such commonsense, hard science, practicality, surprise, fine writing and expert contempt for orthodox economics, it’s a joy to read for visionaries and sceptics alike.
– Hugh Stretton, author of Economics, A New Introduction
I have in recent years placed articles and papers with economics websites and journals, demonstrating that I am taken seriously among a wider group of economists.
2010 How to build a narrative linking the various heterodoxies: Part 2, The nature of the beast Real World Economics Review Blog.
2010 Comments of the week: Wilde, Radford and Davies on complexity theory and building a narrative, Real World Economics Review Blog.