'Keen's book is a tour de force that grants its reader the chance of immunity from these, still dominant, economic superstitions.'
Yanis Varoufakis, author of The Global Minotaur (Zed, 2015)
'Provides a more persuasive account of the causes of the crash and of its likely evolution than anything that has yet emerged from Constitution Avenue or Threadneedle Street. This is complicated, but it's in your interests to understand it.'
'Steve Keen has a huge following among anti-system groups, starved of independent thinking, like the Post Crash Economic Society in Manchester and the initiative for Pluralism in Economics.'
'Economics remains mostly faith-based. No book poses a bigger threat to that faith than the second and expanded edition of Debunking Economics.'
Edward Fullbrook, Editor, Real World Economics Review
'This book is an absolute must read for anyone wondering what caused this catastrophe and how we can truly put it behind us.'
John T. Harvey, author of Currencies, Capital Flows, and Crises
'Professor Keen has written a book that will shake the economics community to its core, and for good reason. It could not have been written at a better time.'
Andrew Leeming, author of The Super Analysts