Opinion

The Bell School of Economics: An Holistic and Interdisciplinary Approach

<h3><a href="http://www.professorhollybell.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/55124g2kpw9j7g02.jpg"><img class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-224" alt="Bell School of Economics" src="http://www.professorhollybell.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/55124g2kpw9j7g02-300x237.jpg" width="300" height="237" /></a>"I'll leave labeling the "school" of economics I fall into to others."</h3> <p>By Holly A. Bell</p> <p>When I discuss economic issues people often ask me which “school” of economic thought I subscribe to. This question usually leaves me a bit tongue-tied because my approach to economics doesn’t fit neatly into any specific “school” as they are generally defined. The “Bell School” is firmly grounded in the classic market economics of supply and demand, but tends to be considerably more holistic and interdisciplinary in its approach than many of the schools of economics that are widely discussed.</p> <h3>Holistic</h3> <p>First, the Bell School is less interested in narrow interpretations of theory and more interested in practical application. It seeks to describe how an economy actually works at any point in time and assumes non-market factors are always causing distortions that draw actual market behavior

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