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art" of economic policy as applied economics. We present Keynes's arguments and ask whether this distinction does still make sense today. In particular, we confront it with methodological questions such as valuefree scientific inquiry, with developments in economics such as the rise of public choice and other forms of "economic imperialism", and with debates in ethics such as meta-ethical questions about the scientific status of ethical prescriptions. We argue for an extension of the scope ofdoi:10.5771/1439-880x-2006-2-223 fatcat:vf75dcgzfzdm7ff3qt3gwnuonu