The Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics

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J. E. King
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2012 - Business & Economics - 640 pages
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The Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics is a comprehensive guide to economic analyses in the tradition of Keynes and the so-called Cambridge (UK) school of economics. The coverage of themes and different theoretical orientations within Post Keynes
 

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This diatribe is typical of post WW2 global greed and lust for possession characterised by the antics of billionaire owners. What of the homeless? This is never mentioned; rather, dwellings are merely pawns for commercial gain.

Contents

International Economics
304
International Financial Reform
309
Investment
315
Italy
320
Japan
325
Journal of Post Keynesian Economics
331
Kaldorian Economics
338
Kaleckian Economics
343

Brazil
41
Bretton Woods
46
Budget Deficits
51
Business Cycles
55
Cambridge Economic Tradition
61
Capital Theory
68
Central Banks
74
Chartalism
78
Choice under Uncertainty
82
Circuit Theory
87
Competition
92
Consumer Debt
96
Consumer Theory
101
Consumption
106
Conventions
111
Credit Rationing
115
Critical Realism
121
Development Finance
127
Econometrics
132
Economic Development
138
Economic Policy
143
Effective Demand
149
Efficient Markets Hypothesis
157
Employer of Last Resort
161
Employment
166
Environmental Economics
170
Environmental Policy
176
Equilibrium and Nonequilibrium
180
Exchange Rates
185
Expectations
190
Exportled Growth
196
Financial Instability Hypothesis
203
Financial Markets
207
Financial Reform
212
Financialization
219
Fiscal Policy
224
Full Employment
229
Fundamentalist Keynesians
236
Galbraiths Economics
244
Gender
250
Germany and Austria
255
Global Financial Crisis
260
Growth and Income Distribution
264
Growth Theory
271
Households
278
Income Distribution
283
Inflation
288
Innovation
294
Institutionalism
300
Keyness General Theory
347
Keyness Treatise on Money
355
Keyness Treatise on Probability
360
Latin American Structuralism
367
Liquidity Preference
372
Macroeconomic Methodology
379
Marginalism
383
Market Governance
387
Microfoundations
392
Monetary Policy
397
Money
401
Money Manager Capitalism
409
Multiplier
414
New Classical Economics
420
New Keynesian Economics
425
New Neoclassical Synthesis
429
Nonergodicity
434
Open Systems
440
Pluralism in Economics
446
Price Rigidity
452
Prices and Pricing
456
Production
463
Profi ts
468
Rate of Interest
474
Regional Monetary Policy
478
Saving
484
Says Law
490
Socialism
495
Sraffian Economics
499
Stagfl ation
505
StockFlow Consistent Modelling
511
Sustainable Development
515
Technology and Innovation
524
Time in Economic Theory
528
Timeseries Econometrics
533
Tobin Tax
538
Transition Economies
543
Traverse
549
Uncertainty
555
Underconsumption
559
Unemployment
564
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571
Wage Deflation
578
Wage and Profitled Regimes
583
Walrasian Economics
589
Welfare Economics
593
Name index
599
Subject index
607
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Edited by J.E. King, Emeritus Professor, La Trobe University, Australia and Honorary Professor, Federation University Australia

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