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A Modern Guide to Keynesian Macroeconomics and Economic Policies

A Modern Guide to Keynesian Macroeconomics and Economic Policies

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'For more than a decade, most macroeconomists convinced themselves they were witnessing a ''Great Moderation''. Many Keynesians saw instead the accumulation of a fragility and potential instability that have become dramatically manifest since 2007. The premise of this book is that the financial crisis and Great Recession necessitate a revival of Keynesian macroeconomics, emphasizing the central roles of effective demand, money and finance in modern capitalism. Comprising essays on all aspects of macroeconomic theory and policy, the book will prove invaluable for scholars and graduate students seeking to acquaint themselves with the frontiers of modern Keynesian macroeconomics.'- Mark Setterfield, Trinity College, US This unique and comprehensive 'modern guide' presents state-of-the-art surveys covering the main areas of macroeconomics and economic policy by well-known post-Keynesian authors. The chapters explore intriguing and important issues including:- the history and methods of post-Keynesian economics- money, credit and central banks- growth and income distribution- post-Keynesian macroeconomics as an alternative to the New Consensus- the macroeconomics of unemployment and labor market issues- European economic policies- open economy models of distribution and growth- international monetary and global economics- financialisation and financial crisis. This well-documented book will prove to be the essential guide for researchers and graduate students in macroeconomics and political economy. It will also prove inspiring to a wider audience interested in modern Keynesian macroeconomics. Contributors:P. Arestis, R.A. Blecker, A.K. Dutt, G.A. Dymski, E. Hein, H. Herr, D.R. Howell, M. Lavoie, O. Onaran, E. Stockhammer