Institutions, Behaviour and Economic Theory: A Contribution to Classical-Keynesian Political Economyby Heinrich Bortis
Pub. Date: 07/28/2003
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The failure of centrally planned socialism and the serious problems arising with the capitalist system requires a middle way between both doctrines. In this book it is argued that a synthesis of Classical and Keynesian economic theory provides the basis for this intermediate system. A monetary production economy is primarily considered. The author sets up a system of linking political economy with other social sciences, i.e. sociology, law and politics in the traditional sense, thus establishing the unity of the social sciences.
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Table of ContentsPreface; Acknowledgements; Glossary of symbols; 1. iNTRODUCTION; 2. sOME basic CONCEPTS AND ISSUES IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES; 3. SOME BASIC ISSUES IN POLITICAL ECONOMY; 4. TOWARDS A COHERENT SYSTEM OF POLITICAL ECONOMY; 5. CLASSICAL-KEYNESIAN POLITICAL ECONOMY AND NEOCLASSICAL ECONOMICS; 6. AN ALTERNATIVE THEORY OF ECONOMIC POLICY; 7. POLITICAL ECONOMY IN A WIDER CONTEXT; References; Index.
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