Post Keynesian Economics

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Steven Pressman (economist) - Selected Peer Reviewed Articles - Post-Keynesian Economics
... "Institutionalism", Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics, 2nd ed ... "Microeconomics After Keynes Post Keynesian Economics and Public Policy", American Journal of Economics and Sociology, (April 2011), pp ... Methods, and Microeconomics Contributions to Doing Economics Better, ed ...
Post-Keynesian Economists - Introduction
... The term post-Keynesian was first used to refer to a distinct school of economic thought by Eichner and Kregel (1975) and by the establishment of the Journal of ... Prior to 1975, and occasionally in more recent work, Post Keynesian could simply mean economics carried out after 1936, the date of Keynes's The General Theory ... Post-Keynesian economists are united in maintaining that Keynes's theory is seriously misrepresented by the two other principal Keynesian schools neo-Keynesian economics which was orthodox in ...

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