John Maynard Keynes: Keynesianism into the Twenty-first Century

John Maynard Keynes: Keynesianism into the Twenty-first Century

By: Soumitra Sharma (editor)Hardback

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This volume throws light on the ideas and policies of John Maynard Keynes, presenting 19 contributions from international economists. These argue that although it is over 50 years since the General Theory was published, it still exerts an influence on academic economics and economic practice.

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Introduction: J.M. Keynes before and after the "General theory", Soumitra Sharma. Part 1 Theoretical contributions: The renaissance of Keynesian economics, A.P. Thirlwall; 'In the long run, we are all dead' - time in Keyne's early economics, John Toye; A struggle to escape - equilibrium in the "General Theory", Victoria Chick; The modern relevance of post-Keynesian economic policies, Philip Arestis, Murray Glickman; Keynesian positions within the intertemporal new-Keynesian framework, Martin Zagler; The interwar economic thought of Keynes, Ivo Ban. Part 2 Global governance and the state: Keynes and global governance, Gerald M. Meier; How relevant is Keynesianism today for understanding problems of development? Sir Hans W. Singer; Is a revival of Keynes's ideas likely? (some comments on chapters by Gerald M. Meier and Sir Hans W. Singer), Kunibert Raffer; The state and the economy fifty years after Keynes, Duro Benie. Part 3 Unemployment, wage and prices: Keynes, involuntary unemployment and wage and price inflexibility, John S.L. McCombie; Inequality and unemployment - an analysis across time and countries, James K. Galbraith; Stabilization of economic fluctuation and commodity price by a commodity based currency, John-Ren Chen. Part 5 Money management: Some notes on 'standards' in Keynes'"Treatise" and "The General Theory", Jan A. Kregel; Global saving and interest rate behaviour - why don't international capital markets clear, E.V.K. Fitzgerald; Financial constraints on Keynesian macroeconomic policies, Malcolm C. Sawyer; Free currency markets and systematic devaluations in developing countries - the legacy of Keynes, Pan A. Yotopoulos. Part 5 Miscellaneous: How Keynes came to Croatia? Zvonimir Baletic.

Product Details

  • publication date: 28/04/1998
  • ISBN13: 9781858986531
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 288
  • ID: 9781858986531
  • weight: 626
  • ISBN10: 1858986532

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