Introduction To Post-Keynesian Economics by M. LavoieIntroduction To Post-Keynesian Economics by M. Lavoie

Introduction To Post-Keynesian Economics

byM. Lavoie

Paperback | August 21, 2009

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This book offers an accessible introduction to post-Keynesian economics, showing that there is an alternative to neoclassical economics and its free-market economic policies. Post-Keynesian economics is founded on realistic assumptions, such as interest targeting by central banks or constant average variable costs in manufacturing and services.

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MARC LAVOIE is Professor in the Department of Economics at the Univeristy of Ottawa, Canada. He has been Visiting Professor at Curtin University, Australia, and at the univeristies of Bordeaux, Grenoble, Lille, Limoges, Nice, Rennes, Paris-1 and Paris-13. His main research areas are in post-Keynesian and monetary economics. He has wri...
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Title:Introduction To Post-Keynesian EconomicsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:150 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.02 inPublished:August 21, 2009Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230229212

ISBN - 13:9780230229211

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Table of Contents

Introduction *  The Post-Keynesian Heterodoxy *  Heterodox Microeconomics *  A Macroeconomic Monetary Circuit * The Short-Period: Effective Demand and the Labour Market * 
The Long-Period: Old and New Growth Models *  General Conclusion