sign in

Username Password

Forget Password ? ? Click Here

Don't Have An Account ? Create One

sign up

name Username Email Mobile Password

To contact us, you can contact us via the following mobile numbers by calling and WhatsApp


+989115682731 Connect To WhatsApp
+989917784643 Connect To WhatsApp
EnglishEnglish SpanishSpanish PortuguesePortuguese FrenchFrench GermanGerman ChineseChinese

Unlimited Access

For Registered Users

Secure Payment

100% Secure Payment

Easy Returns

10 Days Returns

24/7 Support

Call Us Anytime

Keynes, post-Keynesianism and political economy 1999 book

Keynes, post-Keynesianism and political economy

Details Of The Book

Keynes, post-Keynesianism and political economy

edition:  
Authors: ,   
serie: Essays in honour of Geoff Harcourt 3.; Routledge frontiers of political economy 
ISBN : 0203438272, 9780203283486 
publisher: Routledge 
publish year: 1999 
pages: 562 
language: English 
ebook format : PDF (It will be converted to PDF, EPUB OR AZW3 if requested by the user) 
file size: 4 MB 

price : $9.1 13 With 30% OFF



Your Rating For This Book (Minimum 1 And Maximum 5):

User Ratings For This Book:       


You can Download Keynes, post-Keynesianism and political economy Book After Make Payment, According to the customer's request, this book can be converted into PDF, EPUB, AZW3 and DJVU formats.


Abstract Of The Book



Table Of Contents

BOOK COVER......Page 1
HALF-TITLE......Page 2
TITLE......Page 5
COPYRIGHT......Page 6
CONTENTS......Page 7
ILLUSTRATIONS......Page 10
CONTRIBUTORS......Page 12
FOREWORD......Page 17
INTRODUCTION......Page 19
Part I HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY AND METHODOLOGY......Page 22
INTRODUCTION......Page 24
WHAT PARADOX?......Page 26
‘INCONCEIVABLE AND MONSTROUS’: THE CRITIQUE(S)......Page 30
THE JEVONIAN PARADOX......Page 33
NOTES......Page 37
REFERENCES......Page 40
CONTENDING ANALYSES OF TECHNICAL CHANGE, DISTRIBUTION, AND DEMAND......Page 44
THE PRINCIPLE OF EFFECTIVE DEMAND......Page 46
ALTERNATE FORMULATIONS OF THE PRINCIPLE AND ITS KEYNESIAN CONTENT......Page 49
THE PRINCIPLE OF POPULATION......Page 50
TECHNICAL CHANGE, AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT, AND LONG-RUN GROWTH......Page 52
CAPITAL ACCUMULATION AND POPULATION GROWTH OVER TIME......Page 53
Notes......Page 58
References......Page 60
3 CASSEL ON CYCLICAL GROWTH......Page 64
UNIFORM GROWTH AND THE CAPITAL-OUTPUT RATIO......Page 65
‘WAITING’ AND THE RATE OF INTEREST......Page 69
DISEQUILIBRIUM AND THE BUSINESS CYCLE......Page 75
FINAL REMARKS......Page 80
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS......Page 82
NOTES......Page 83
REFERENCES......Page 85
EVANGELICALISM IN THEORY......Page 90
EVANGELICALISM IN PRACTICE......Page 92
MID-CENTURY REAPPRAISAL......Page 96
RELIGIOUS ISSUES AT CAMBRIDGE......Page 98
NOTES......Page 108
REFERENCES......Page 113
INTRODUCTION......Page 116
THE AGRARIAN QUESTION AND DEVELOPMENT......Page 118
PUBLIC FINANCE......Page 122
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ‘DRAIN’......Page 124
CONCLUSION......Page 127
NOTES......Page 128
REFERENCES......Page 130
INTRODUCTION......Page 132
THE TRACT......Page 134
THE TREATISE......Page 140
THE GENERAL THEORY......Page 144
NOTES......Page 146
REFERENCES......Page 149
INTRODUCTION......Page 152
TECHNOCRATIC COLLECTIVISM: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES......Page 153
SKETCHING A MODERN POLITICAL ECONOMY......Page 155
THE PERSISTENT CHALLENGE OF LIONEL ROBBINS......Page 159
SKETCHING A CONTINENTAL POLITICAL ECONOMY......Page 161
THE LIMITS OF ENGLISH POLITICAL ECONOMY......Page 164
NOTES......Page 167
REFERENCES......Page 169
8 KEYNES’S SOCIALISM......Page 172
Thought, life and beliefs......Page 174
DOCUMENTATION OF KEYNES’S ESPOUSAL......Page 175
The 1920s......Page 176
The 1930s......Page 180
The 1940s......Page 185
SOME FEATURES OF KEYNES’S ESPOUSAL......Page 186
PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS......Page 187
Burke’s influence relative to Moore’s......Page 189
SOME MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF KEYNES’S SOCIALISM......Page 190
FIVE APPEALS......Page 194
NOTES......Page 195
REFERENCES......Page 197
THE CONCEPT OF CONVENTION......Page 200
A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF SOME ARGUMENTS FOR THE RATIONALITY OF CONVENTIONAL BEHAVIOUR......Page 202
Workability......Page 203
Convention as induction......Page 204
Conventional behaviour as defensive behaviour......Page 205
The problems with following the average opinion or a social rule......Page 208
A further comment on the projection of the existing situation......Page 210
CONCLUDING REMARKS......Page 211
NOTES......Page 212
REFERENCES......Page 215
INTRODUCTION......Page 220
KEYNES’ ANALYSIS OF RATIONALITY AND EXPECTATIONS......Page 222
Rationality in A Treatise on Probability......Page 223
The quantification of probability......Page 225
Weight and the state of confidence......Page 227
Vague knowledge......Page 228
KEYNES ON RATIONALITY, EXPECTATIONS AND INVESTMENT......Page 230
CONCLUSION......Page 232
NOTES......Page 233
REFERENCES......Page 234
THE GENERAL ARGUMENT......Page 238
COMMON SENSE VS ORDINARY LANGUAGE......Page 240
BIOGRAPHICAL EVIDENCE......Page 242
TEXTUAL EVIDENCE......Page 245
COMMON SENSE ECONOMICS......Page 249
REFERENCES......Page 251
Can there be paradigms in economics?......Page 252
Is economics a mature science?......Page 253
THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY......Page 254
The implicit reader of the General Theory......Page 255
Theoretical economists......Page 256
The policy-makers......Page 257
In Cambridge......Page 258
The New Dealers’ semantics......Page 259
THE FUZZY PARADIGM......Page 260
NOTES......Page 262
REFERENCES......Page 263
INTRODUCTION......Page 268
POPPERIAN SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS......Page 269
SHACKLE CONTRA POPPER......Page 271
THE ROLE OF REASON UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES......Page 277
CONCLUSION AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS......Page 279
REFERENCES......Page 280
INTRODUCTION......Page 282
THE NOTION OF EXCESS CAPACITY......Page 283
KAHN: THE ECONOMICS OF THE SHORT PERIOD......Page 284
HARROD: EXCESS CAPACITY IN THE SHORT AND IN THE LONG PERIOD......Page 286
ROBINSON’S SOLUTION OF THE EXCESS CAPACITY PROBLEM......Page 289
THE ENSUING DISCUSSION: HARROD AND ROBINSON......Page 290
THE ENSUING DISCUSSION: CHAMBERLIN, HARROD AND KALDOR......Page 295
CONCLUSION......Page 299
NOTES......Page 303
REFERENCES......Page 305
15 CANTABRIGIAN PREFERENCES......Page 308
REFERENCES......Page 317
INTRODUCTION......Page 318
MARX’S SOCIOECONOMIC STRUCTURE......Page 319
THE LABOUR THEORY OF VALUE......Page 321
THE FALLING RATE OF PROFITS......Page 324
EFFECTIVE DEMAND......Page 327
THEORY OF INVESTMENT......Page 330
CONCLUSION......Page 331
NOTES......Page 332
REFERENCES......Page 333
INTRODUCTION......Page 334
THE KNOWN ROOTS OF MIGRATION LITERATURE......Page 335
Constant money wage......Page 337
The hypotheses: Robinson versus Todaro......Page 338
Consequences of migration......Page 342
Cumulative effects......Page 343
MIGRATION AND JOAN ROBINSON’S LATER WORK......Page 344
CONCLUSION......Page 348
NOTES......Page 350
REFERENCES......Page 352
Part II ECONOMIC THEORY AND APPLIED ANALYSIS......Page 356
INTRODUCTION......Page 358
ENDOGENOUS MONEY SUPPLY IN A SMALL OPEN ECONOMY......Page 359
INCOME DISTRIBUTION WITH FLEXIBLE EXCHANGE RATES AND FIXED MONEY WAGES IN THE SHORT PERIOD......Page 361
A FIXED EXCHANGE RATE REGIME AND THE ‘HARCOURT EFFECT’ IN AN OPEN ECONOMY......Page 366
REAL-WAGE RESISTANCE......Page 369
CONCLUDING REMARKS......Page 371
NOTES......Page 372
REFERENCES......Page 373
INTRODUCTION......Page 376
Reining-in external imbalance: ‘the twin deficits’ view......Page 377
The control of inflation......Page 379
Demand management and private investment......Page 381
Private investment and the incentive structure......Page 382
ON THE DETERMINATION OF THE FISCAL DEFICIT......Page 383
CONCLUSION......Page 384
NOTES......Page 385
REFERENCES......Page 386
INTRODUCTION......Page 388
MECHANISMS......Page 389
HYSTERESIS OR PERSISTENCE?......Page 391
THE MODEL......Page 392
INITIAL CONDITIONS......Page 394
CONCLUSION......Page 399
NOTES......Page 400
REFERENCES......Page 401
INTRODUCTION......Page 406
GLOBAL MANUFACTURING IN PERSPECTIVE......Page 407
HIGH-WAGE, HIGH-SKILL JOBS......Page 408
VIRTUOUS CIRCLE OF GROWTH......Page 410
COORDINATION FAILURES......Page 411
PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES IN AUSTRALIA......Page 412
INVESTMENT IN NEW TECHNOLOGIES......Page 413
SUPPLY SIDE POLICY FRAMEWORK......Page 415
NOTES......Page 417
REFERENCES......Page 418
INTRODUCTION......Page 420
A TAXONOMY......Page 422
EQUILIBRIUM AND THE TRAVERSE......Page 423
LIFE IS A TRAVERSE......Page 427
CONCLUSION......Page 432
NOTES......Page 433
REFERENCES......Page 434
THE ROLE OF UNCERTAINTY......Page 438
THE MODEL......Page 439
THE EFFECTS OF TECHNICAL CHANGE......Page 442
CONCLUSION......Page 448
NOTES......Page 449
REFERENCES......Page 450
INTRODUCTION......Page 452
Market failure and the problem of exclusion......Page 454
Other sources of market failure......Page 456
The conventional conclusion......Page 459
CHALLENGES TO THE CONVENTIONAL WISDOM......Page 460
The effect on public broadcasting......Page 461
Exclusion—solving the problem of ‘revealed preferences’?......Page 462
The search for the source of ‘publicness’—do ‘public goods’ really exist?......Page 463
CONCLUSION......Page 466
REFERENCES......Page 467
INTRODUCTION......Page 470
COOPERATION IN REPEATED GAMES......Page 473
EVOLUTIONARY GAME THEORY......Page 475
RATIONAL PLAYERS AS FINITE AUTOMATA......Page 476
LEARNING AUTOMATA......Page 477
LEARNING TO COOPERATE (UNDER FIXED RESOURCES)......Page 481
CONCLUDING REMARKS......Page 484
NOTES......Page 486
REFERENCES......Page 488
INTRODUCTION......Page 490
THE APPROACH......Page 491
Estimating Okun’s coefficient......Page 494
Some preliminary conclusions......Page 496
A COMPARISON WITH OTHER ESTIMATES......Page 498
CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS......Page 500
NOTES......Page 501
REFERENCES......Page 503
INTRODUCTION......Page 506
Wage relativities and wage determination......Page 507
The concept of outside wages in cross-industry wage comparisons......Page 509
A baseline model......Page 510
The estimated equations......Page 512
The dataset......Page 514
Some preliminary remarks......Page 515
Assessing the evidence......Page 516
CONCLUDING REMARKS......Page 519
REFERENCES......Page 521
APPENDIX......Page 523
INTRODUCTION......Page 530
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK......Page 531
LONG-RUN STRUCTURE OF ITALIAN IMPORTS, 1977 – 95......Page 533
Econometric issues......Page 534
Empirical results......Page 538
CONCLUSIONS......Page 542
NOTES......Page 543
REFERENCES......Page 544
APPENDIX: DATA SOURCES AND DEFINITIONS......Page 545
INDEX......Page 548


First 10 Pages Of the book


Comments Of The Book