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For the first decade of its existence, the History of Economic Thought website operated without any funding. The construction and maintenance of the website depended wholly on the donated time and effort of a poverty-stricken student. We avoided advertising on our website or directing people to commercial sites. However, it became increasingly difficult to justify the time and effort we spent in maintaining this website, much less expanding it.

In 2013, the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) stepped in and offered to help. This has allowed us to revamp and revive the HET website. But much still remains to be done to ensure the HET website continues to be maintained, improved and expanded.

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