Keynes, Post-Keynesianism and Political Economy: Essays in Honour of Geoff Harcourt
Peter Kriesler, Claudio Sardoni
Routledge, Nov 11, 1999 - Business & Economics - 560 pages
Geoff Harcourt has had a major impact on the field of Post-Keynesian economics, not only in his research but also in his teaching. Many of Harcourts students have gone on to make valuable contributions in this field. This volume brings together contributions from thirty such former students, now established in academic institutions around the world. Their contributions focus on themes important to Harcourts work, touching upon:
· history of political economy
· economic theory
· applied analysis This work is a valuable addition to the literature of political economy and a fitting tribute to a leading economist.
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