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From a left-wing heterodox academic in Ireland no-one ernie ball slinky cobalt strings comes to mind from within economic depts, but there are plenty in other departments (you can look at TASC’s network of economists which includes some outside of economic depts).
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The reason I’m reluctant to use orthodox/neo-classical etc is that all good research should be at the cutting edge. If its an original idea then it can’t really be orthodox.
The only ‘belief’ I can think of that is important for mainstream economics is the need for micro-foundations in theoretical research. Ta for the link. As noted above, I’m simply brushing up on one of my weaker dimensions – but an all-round appreciation of divergent views is good in any branch of human or social science.