A History of Post Keynesian Economics Since 1936
This text provides a history of the post Keynesian approach to economics since 1936. The author locates the origins of these economics in the conflicting interpretations of Keynes' General Theory and in the complementary work of Michael Kalecki.
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This book is really interesting and really easy to read. It gives you a good foundation or a good refresher course for anyone interested in the development of post Keynesian economics.
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