Keynesianism and the Keynesian Revolution in America: A Memorial Volume in Honour of Lorie Tarshis

Keynesianism and the Keynesian Revolution in America: A Memorial Volume in Honour of Lorie Tarshis

By: B.B. Price (editor), Omar F. Hamouda (editor)Hardback

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Concerned with the emergence of Keynesianism in America, in which Tarshis played a fundamental role, this memorial volume includes reflection on the impact of Keynesianism on many of the eminent early American post-war economists.

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Introduction, O.F. Hamouda, B.B. Price. Part 1 Introductory comments "Lorie Tarshis", Sir Alec Cairncross: Lorie Tarshis - a brief memoir, Franklyn Holzman; How Keynes came to America, John Kenneth Galbraith; The diffusion of the Keynesian revolution - the young and the graduate schools, Donald Moggridge; Harvard's Fiscal Policy Seminar - the early years, Walter Salant. Part 2 Introductory extracts - John Maynard Keynes (1935) and Lorie Tarshis (1947): Lorie Tarshis - an early Keynesian herald in America, James Tobin; Requiem for the classic Tarshis textbook that first brought Keynes to introductory economics, Paul Samuelson; Political influence on the textbook Keynesian revolution - God, man and Lorie Tarshis at Yale, David Colander, Harvey Landreth; Lorie Tarshis, left wing Keynesian, Melvin Reder. Part 3 Introductory extracts - Lorie Tarshis (1984): Another Canadian Keynesian - W.A. Macintosh, David McQueen; Keynes, Tarshis, real and money wage, and employment, Robert Dimand; Keynesian monetary theory and the debt crisis, sheila Dow; A case against muddling through - Lorie Tarshis' proposal and the international debt problem, Franque Grimard. Part 4 Introductory comments - "A possible utopia", Richard Goodwin: Caveat Emptor, investor, depositor, Charles Kindleberger; On Keynes and Ramsey on probability, Ian Parker; Keynesian economics and the meaning of uncertainty, Mark Perlman, Charles R. McCann.

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  • publication date: 25/11/1998
  • ISBN13: 9781858985596
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 256
  • ID: 9781858985596
  • weight: 576
  • ISBN10: 1858985595

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