Contemporary Economic Theory: Radical Critiques of Neoliberalism

Contemporary Economic Theory: Radical Critiques of Neoliberalism

by Andriana Vlachou (Editor)

Hardcover(1999)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780333753620
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Publication date: 08/26/1999
Edition description: 1999
Pages: 263
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

About the Author

GUGLIELMO CARCHEDI Faculty of Economics and Econometrics, University of Amsterdam
BEN FINE Professor of Economics, University of London
JÖRG HUFFSCHMID Professor of Political Economy and Economic Policy, University of Bremen
GEORGIOS KATIPHORIS Senior Lecturer, University College London
LOUKA T. KATSELI Professor of Economics, University of Athens
KOSTAS LAPAVITSAS Lecturer in Economics, University of London
DAVID LAIBMAN Professor of Economics at Brooklyn College, University of New York
GEORGE LIODAKIS Professor of Economics, Technical University of Crete
THANASSIS MANIATIS Researcher, Center for Planning and Economic Research
STAVROS MAVROUDEAS Assistant Professor of Political Economy, University of Macedonia
JOHN MILIOS Associate Professor of Political Economy, National Technical University, Athens
DIMITRIS MILONAKIS Lecturer in Economics, University of Crete
NIKOS PETRALIAS Professor of Political Economy, University of Athens
ANWAR M. SHAIKH Professor of Economics, New School for Social Research
PANOS TSAKLOGLOU Assistant Professor of Economics, Athens University of Economics and Business
LEFTERIS TSOULFIDIS Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Macedonia
RICHARD WOLFF Professor of Economics, University of Massachusetts

Table of Contents

List of Tables List of Illustrations Preface Acknowledgements Foreword List of Abbreviations Notes on the Contributors Notes on the Discussants Introduction Contemporary Economic Theory: Some Critical Issues; A.Vlachou & G.K.Christou PART I: THE CRITIQUE OF NEOLIBERAL ECONOMIC PARADIGM Privatization: Theory with Lessons from the U.K.; B.Fine Discussion: Comments on' Privatization: Theory with Lessons from the U.K.'; S.Mavroudeas & L.Tsoulfidis Limiting the State versus Expanding It: Criticism of This Debate Itself; R.Wolff Discussion: Comments on 'Limiting the State versus Expanding It: A Criticism of This Debate Itself'; A.Shaikh Explaining Inflation and Unemployment: An Alternative to Neoliberal Economic Theory; A.Shaikh Discussion: Comments on 'Explaining Inflation and Unemployment: An Alternative to Neoliberal Economic Theory'; T.Maniatis & N.Patralias Towards a Simple Analytics of Post-Capitalism: The Cherry Esplanade Conjecture; D.Laibman Discussion: Comments on 'Towards a Simple Analytics of Post-Capitalism: The Cherry Esplanade Conjecture'; D.Milonakis & R.Wolff PART II: THE MONETARY AND ECONOMIC UNION (EMU) OF EUROPE The Common Currency: Prospects and Problems; G.Katiphoris Global Capital Market Integration: Myths and Policy Challenges; L.Katseli Capitalist Globalization and the Emergence of the Monetary and Economic Union of Europe; G.Carchedi Discussion: Comments on 'Capitalist Globalization and the Emergence of the Monetary and Economic Union of Europe'; G.Liodakis & J.Milios Central Bank Independence: A Critical Perspective; K.Lapavitsas Is There Any Alternative for Europe to the Current EMU Project?; J.Huffschmid Discussion: Comments on 'Is There Any Alternative for Europe to the Current EMU Project?; P.Tsakloglou & G.Carchedi Index

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