Here’s a fascinating article that demonstrates the real lack of consensus in economic thought seen since the GFC. While anyone familiar with history of economic thought is aware of the conflicting views even within the ‘Mainstream’ that have been around for the past 80 or so years, prior to the GFC there was usually one dominant side to the argument. Even more telling is the fact that since Milton Friedman’s untimely demise, there hasn’t been a single figure who has been seen as the face of contemporary economics. If you’re interested have a read, it’s also got some great content for possible exam discussion questions so it’s a win-win!