I once gave a lecture on Kondratieff to 200 economics students at a British university. They had not a clue who, or what, I was talking about. ‘Your mistake,’ said an academic to me after the talk, ‘was to mix micro- and macro- economics. They are just not used to that.’ Another lecturer, whose job it was to teach economic history, had never heard of Kondratieff.
Mason, Postcapitalism (2015), p. 45, my emphasis