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The Other Canon type of economics was the mainstream economics of the United States and most of Continental Europe until it slowly disappeared during the Cold War. While economic theory in practice - for example in the United States - is frequently based on Other Canon principles, formal courses in Other Canon type of economics are today difficult to find. Other Canon economics is a science of experience, not a science where reality is filtered through categories which are established once and for all and independent of history and context. The study programme at Harvard Business School is one example of how the Other Canon method has survived outside the field of economics. Harvard Business School is based on principles from Gustav Schmoller, the leading figure of the German Historical School, through his pupil Edwin Gay who was the first Dean of the school.

New MA in Other Canon Type Economics.
In the fall of 2006 Tallinn University of Technology in Estonia started a new MA in Technology Governance for Growth and Development, emphasising the Other Canon approach to economics. The curriculum contains the Theory of Uneven Development and the History of Economic Policy.
http://hum.ttu.ee/tg/

Courses in Advanced Development Economics.
On the initiative of The Other Canon Foundation, in 2004 Ford Foundation granted 250.000 dollars to organise courses in Advanced Development Economics in The Third World. With local partner SEATINI, two courses were organised in Kampala, Uganda, and one in Lima, Peru, at ESAN University, the local business school. In cooperation with the Association of Caribbean Economists, such courses were also organised in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, and in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

Book Exhibitions:
The Other Canon tradition in economics was documented with a book exhibit in the main lobby of the new Oslo University Library. The exhibits covered books and authors representing more than 400 years of this tradition of non-equilibrium economics. The exhibition lasted from March to September 2003.
Norwegian-American economist Thorstein Bunde Veblen (1857-1929) was commemorated with a book exhibition in the main lobby of Oslo University Library in 2007.

The Other Canon in Chinese translation:
Two volumes of Other Canon economic texts were published by Higher Education Press in Beijing in 2007.

Erik Reinerts book, "How rich countries got rich...and why poor countries stay poor" has been published in the US, England, and India and has been published, or is under translation, into Arabic, Chinese, Estonian, Farsi, French, German, Korean, Khmer, Latvian, Malay, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, and Ukrainian. 


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