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Inaugural Issue: INCOME DISTRIBUTION AND FISCAL AUSTERITY
Statement of the Co-Editors
Economics and the economic crisis: the case for change
Thomas Palley, Louis-Philippe Rochon and Matias Vernengo
Is new always better than old? On the treatment of fiscal policy in Keynesian models
Can austerity work?
The impact of fiscal austerity in the Eurozone
The great US liquidity trap of 2009–2011: are we stuck pushing on strings?
Keynesian stimulus versus classical austerity
Fiscal policy: a strong macroeconomic role
Fiscal austerity, the Great Recession and the rise of new dictatorships
Distribution and accumulation in post-1980 advanced capitalism
Aldo Barba and Massimo Pivetti
Thomas Palley, From Financial Crisis to Stagnation: The Destruction of Shared Prosperity and the Role of Economics (Cambridge University Press,
New York 2012) 256 pp.
Reviewed by Brian K. MacLean
Eckhard Hein and Achim Truger (eds), Money, Distribution and Economic Policy – Alternatives to Orthodox macroeconomics (Edward Elgar,
Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA 2007) 272 pp.
Reviewed by Marcelo Milan
Volume 1, no, 1: THE ECONOMICS OF GROWTH
Aggregate demand, instability, and growth
Steven M. Fazzari, Pietro E. Ferri, Edward G. Greenberg and Anna Maria Variato
Exploring the supply side of Kaldorian growth models
Minsky cycles in Keynesian models of growth and distribution
Wage-led growth: theory, evidence, policy
Engelbert Stockhammer and Ozlem Onaran
Cambridge and Neo-Kaleckian growth and distribution theory: comparison with an application to fiscal policy
Thomas I. Palley
Government spending, aggregate demand and economic growth
Amitava Krishna Dutt
Public debt, growth, and distribution
Thomas R. Michl
Thomas Cate (ed.), Keynes’s General Theory: Seventy-Five Years Later (Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA, 2012), 348 pp.
Reviewed by Jesper Jespersen
David Graeber, Debt: The First 5000 Years (Melville House, Brooklyn, 2011), 534 pp.
Reviewed by Avraham Izhar Baranes
Michael A. Cohen, Argentina’s Economic Growth and Recovery: The Economy in a Time of Default (Routledge, London, 2012), 288 pp.
Reviewed by Matías Vernengo
Volume 1, no. 2: ADVANCES IN ENDOGENOUS MONEY
Endogenous money and 'financial keynesianism' after the great recession
Paying interest on reserve balances – it’s LESS significant than you think
What’s the use of banks, especially after the crisis?
Endogenous money: the evolutionary vs revolutionary views
Louis-Philippe Rochon and Sergio Rossi
Endogenous money, credit rationing and financial instability
Keynes's theory of money and banking in the Treatise and General Theory?
Bernhofen D. et. Al. (ed), Palgrave Handbook on International Trade, London: Palgrave, 2011.
Reviewed by Nathan Tankus.
J. Gwartney, R.L. Stroup, D.R. Lee and T. Ferrarini (2010), Common Sense Economics: What Everyone Should Know About Wealth and Prosperity. New York: St Martin's Press, 2010.
Reviewed by Salewa Olawoye.
John Weeks, The Irreconcilable Inconsistencies of Neoclassical Macroeconomics: A False Paradigm. London:Routledge, 2012.
Reviewed by Wesley Marshall
Volume 1, No 3: Evolution of Monetary and Financial Markets and Economic Development
Mercedes Marcó del Pont
Developmental finance: Winning the future by updating a page from the past
The nation-building role of early US central banks
A shackled revolution? The Bubble Act and financial regulation in 18th century England
Economic crisis and the emergence of the industrial state: the intervention of central banks in industry
Endogenous money and foreign debt sustainability during Argentinean Convertibility
Juan Matías De Lucchi
Inflation targeting and balance of payments constraint in historical perspective
Esteban Pérez Caldentey and Matías Vernengo
Sardoni, Claudio, Unemployment, Recession, and Effective Demand- The Contributions of Marx, Keynes, and Kalecki, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2011.
Reviewed by Andrew Felkerson.
Tabb, William K., The Restructuring of Capitalism in Our Time, New York: Columbia University Press, 2011.
Reviewed by Brandon McCoy.
Skidelsky, R., Keynes: the Return of the Master, New York: Public Affairs, 2010.
Reviewed by Slim Thabet.
Kvist, J., Fritzell, J., Hvinden, B., & Kangas, O., Changing Social Equality: The Nordic Welfare Model in the 21st Century. The Policy Press, 2012.
And Hoekstra, J. (2010). Divergence in European welfare and housing systems. Amsterdam: IOS Press BV., 2010.
Reviewed by Nick Falvo