Interpreting Keynes For The 21st Century: Volume 4: The Collected Writings of Paul Davidson

Hardcover | August 15, 2007

byPaul Davidson

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The fourth volume of Paul Davidson's major contributions to the economics and policy debates of our times, with writings on the debates surrounding the interpretation of the General Theory, global employment issues, the role of financial markets, the future of the international monetary and financial system, market liquidity, the dangers of debt reduction, effective demand, globalization, uncertainty and monetary policy.

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The fourth volume of Paul Davidson's major contributions to the economics and policy debates of our times, with writings on the debates surrounding the interpretation of the General Theory, global employment issues, the role of financial markets, the future of the international monetary and financial system, market liquidity, the dange...

PAUL DAVIDSON is Visiting Scholar at the New School for Social Research, Bernard Schwartz Center For Economic Policy Analysis, USA. He has previously held Professorships at the University of Pennsylvania, Rutgers University and the University of Tennessee. He is Editor of the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, a former member of Bro...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.75 inPublished:August 15, 2007Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230520901

ISBN - 13:9780230520905

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PART I: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS * Is a Plumber or a New Financial Architect Needed to End Global International Liquidity Problems? * Capital Movements, Tobin Tax and Permanent Fire Prevention: A Reponse to DeAngelis * Globalization * The Future of the International Financial System * The Declining Dollar, Global Economic Growth, and Macro Stability * Is Fixed Exchange Rates the Problem and Flexible Exchange Rates the Cure? * PART II: ECONOMICS FOR LESS DEVELOPED COUNTRIES * A Post Keynesian View of the Washington Consensus and How to Improve It * Liquidity vs. Efficiency in Liberalized International Financial Markets: A Warning to Developing Economies * LDCs, Institutions and Money: A Response to Danby * Dollarization, The Functions of a Central Bank and the Ecuadorean Economy * PART III: NEWSPAPER COLUMNS * The Dangers of Debt Reduction * We Should End Market Liquidity? * Last Resort for IMF * Keynes and the Bear Necessities * Debtor Nations Need a Financial System that Allows them to Work their Way to Prosperity * PART IV: KEYNES/POST KEYNESIAN THEORY AND POLICY * There are Major Differences between Kalecki's Theory of Employment and Keynes's General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money * Is 'Mathematical Science' an Oxymoron when used to Describe Economics? * Paul Samuelson and the Keynes/Post Keynesian Revolution * Setting the Record Straight on 'A History of Post Keynesian Economics' * Responses to Lavoie, King, and Dow on What is Post Keynesianism and Who is a Post Keynesian * The Effect of Ending Hostilities on Output and Employment * Can, or Should, a Central Bank Inflation Target? * Are We Making Progress towards the Good Society?