I am concerned about the way economics is taught and learned, and about the way economic policies are adopted. Although there are multiple economic theories, economic educators have largely divided into separate factions, each of which treats the others as if they are not valid, at best, and at worst as if they do not even exist. This limits opportunities to engage in dialogue about economic policy preferences, to find common ground and potentially to develop new solutions. The Voices On The Economy (VOTE) Program is a movement that embraces pluralism and teaches alternative perspectives on economic issues. It honors the great economic voices from the past and inspires full civic engagement in the present. I invite you to join us in pursuing this mission. LEARN MORE >