Contributions to Stock-Flow Modeling: Essays in Honor of Wynne Godley
Dimitri B. Papadimitriou, Gennaro Zezza
Palgrave Macmillan, Jan 15, 2012 - Business & Economics - 398 pages
A collection of papers from leading thinkers to celebrate the work of the late Wynne Godley, and his enormous contribution to the field of monetary economics. Chapters include in-depth discussions of the revolutionary economic modeling systems that Godley introduced, as well as his prescient concerns about the global financial crash.
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1 Wynne Godleys Economics
The Craft of Economic Judgment in Postwar Britain
3 Godley Got It Right
4 Who Are These Economists Anyway?
Will the UK Private Expenditure Function Stand Up?
Godley versus Ruggles and Ruggles
Some Persistent Themes in the Theory Work of Wynne Godley
Stockflow Consistent Monetary Circuits
10 Financial Integration and Stabilization in a Monetary Union Without or With Bank Rationing
A Stockflow Consistent Perspective
12 A Debate with Wynne Godley on the Neutrality of Fiscal Policy
13 The Effectiveness of Fiscal Policy in the Levy Institutes Stockflow Model
14 Of Unsustainable Processes and the US Dollar
15 Squaring the Circle in Euro Land? Some Remarks on the Stability Programmes 201013
Wynne Godley A Bibliography
9 The Stockflow Consistent Approach with Active Financial Markets