In the first decades of the twentieth century a new leading pathway in economics emerged, largely defined and delimited by what has come to be known as neoclassical economics. In the same period Otto Neurath, who wrote extensively about economics, delineated a road in economics not taken by this newly formed mainstream. While more likely lambasted – when acknowledged – than heralded in his time, Neurath nonetheless posed alternatives about how to think about economics that have a not insignificant resonance today.