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Edited by three well known academics and contributed to by J. Smithin, L. Moss and G. C. Harcourt, this text reflects the breath of the honouree's interests, covering political economy, labour economics, history of economic thought and macroeconomics.

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Post-Keynesian Macroeconomics Economics

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Overview

Edited by three well known academics and contributed to by J. Smithin, L. Moss and G. C. Harcourt, this text reflects the breath of the honouree's interests, covering political economy, labour economics, history of economic thought and macroeconomics.

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Table of Contents

. Ingrid Rima and Post Keynesian Macroeconomics

Steven Pressman

PART I--HISTORICAL ANTECEDENTS

2. François Quesnay: The First Post Keynesian?

Steven Pressman

3. Marxism: Its Philosophy, Message and Contemporary Relevance

Stanley Bober

4. The Theoretical and Political Importance of Keynes’s Economics: Or What Would

Marx and Keynes Have Made of the Happenings of the Past 30 Years and More?

Geoff Harcourt

5. Profit Maximization in the Cambridge Tradition of Economics

Maria Cristina Marcuzzo

PART II- POST KEYNESIAN MACROECONOMICS

6. What is Post Keynesian Economics

Richard Holt

7. Aggregate Demand and Supply

John Smithin

8. Kaldor’s Monetary Thought: A Contribution to the Modern Theory of Money

Claudio Sardoni

9. The Political Economy of John Kenneth Galbraith: An Interpretation

Warren Samuels

PART III- POST KEYNESIAN MACROECONOMICS IN A CHANGING WORLD

10. Pre-WWII Wisconsin Institutionalism as a Study of Economic Dynamics

Mark Perlman

11. Aggregate Demand, Employment and Equilibrium with Marginal Productivity:

Keynesian Adjustment in the Craft Economy

Edward J. Nell

12. Corporate Entrepreneurship: Roll Over Schumpeter

Laurence Moss

13. Saving Globalization

Jay Mandle

14. Labor Markets, Economic Development, and Job Quality: Ingrid Rima’s

Contributions to Labor Economics

Daniel Kostzer

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