1. Post-Keynesian Economics

    Post-Keynesian Economics

    Edited by Louis-Philippe Rochon, Sergio Rossi
    This three-volume collection offers a comprehensive overview and discussion of the seminal contributions by many prominent scholars in the heterodox tradition of post-Keynesian economic thought. The first volume presents various methodological issues, showing the contrast with orthodox thinking on fundamental grounds. The second volume focuses on credit, money and production, which are crucial to understanding the working of our economic systems. The final volume addresses several interrelated macroeconomic issues such as employment, distribution, growth, development, asset bubbles, and financial crises. Together with an original introduction by the editors, this anthology provides a unique opportunity to appraise and appreciate the depth and variety of post-Keynesian economics at both theoretical and policy-oriented level. Learn More
    2017   Hardback Price: $ 1,375.00   Web: $ 1,237.50
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  2. The Economics of Austerity

    The Economics of Austerity

    Edited by Suzanne J. Konzelmann
    Through her judicious selection of previously published material, Dr Konzelmann investigates the key social, political and financial developments that have shaped the evolution of austerity economics. These include the early classical debates, the politicization of austerity, the Keynesian challenge to existing thought and the revival of pre-Keynesian ‘Neo-Liberal’ ideas during the 1970 Learn More
    2014   Hardback Price: $ 503.00   Web: $ 452.70
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  3. Theories of Money and Banking

    Theories of Money and Banking

    Edited by L. R. Wray
    This authoritative two-volume collection brings together the most important contributions to theories of money and banking written over the past century. Learn More
    2012   Hardback Price: $ 761.00   Web: $ 684.90
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  4. Capital Theory

    Capital Theory

    Edited by Christopher Bliss, Avi J. Cohen, G. C. Harcourt
    This comprehensive three-volume edition brings together the most important contributions in capital theory, from its classical origins to its modern manifestation in endogenous growth models. The readings examine the recurring controversies, and the two incisive, and sharply contrasting introductions by Bliss and by Cohen and Harcourt provide the reader with context and guidance for making sense of this central, contentious and often difficult literature. Learn More
    2005   Hardback Price: $ 967.00   Web: $ 870.30
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  5. Competing Capitalisms: Institutions and Economies

    Competing Capitalisms: Institutions and Economies

    Edited by Richard Whitley
    This authoritative collection brings together the leading contributions to the comparative study of forms of capitalism. An introductory essay presents the context in which these contributions developed, discusses the major issues raised by such comparative work, and suggests likely future developments. Learn More
    2002   Hardback Price: $ 625.00   Web: $ 562.50
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  6. The Legacy of Michal Kalecki

    The Legacy of Michal Kalecki

    Edited by Malcolm Sawyer
    This major two volume collection of previously published articles assesses the intellectual legacy of Michal Kalecki (1899–1970), combining a selection of Kalecki’s own writings with papers which evaluate and extend his work. Learn More
    2000   Hardback Price: $ 586.00   Web: $ 527.40
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    Edited by J. E. King
    This title contains a selection of articles on and by Nicholas Kaldor which concentrate on his theoretical and applied economics of growth. Part 1 features an autobiographical article by Kaldor, three biographical sketches, and a hitherto unpublished conversation with A.P. Thirlwall on Kaldor’s life and work. Part 2 includes his early contributions to steady-state growth theory, including two of his best-known models, a number of critical appraisals, and Kaldor’s replies. Part 3 deals with his long flirtation with Verdoorn’s Law, while the articles in Part 4 cover the last stage of Kaldor’s thinking on growth and concentrate on world economy models of increasing returns and export-constrained growth. Learn More
    1994   Hardback Price: $ 373.00   Web: $ 335.70
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    Edited by Carlo Panico, Neri Salvadori
    This important reference collection presents the key literature on the post Keynesian theory of growth and distribution from its origins in the writings of Kaldor and Passinetti, through the subsequent debate on the Passinetti theorem to the most recent developments in the current literature. It includes the key literature on the conditions of existence of the working and capitalist class in the long run, acknowledging the possibility of non-linear saving functions, different interest rates and joint production. It also includes material on the consequences for the theory of the action of corporations, international trade and the public sector (with taxation and its financing requirements through money and bonds). Learn More
    1993   Hardback Price: $ 295.00   Web: $ 265.50
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  9. Marxian Economics

    Marxian Economics

    Edited by J. E. King
    These three volumes offer an overview of Marxian political economy, with contributions by critics, supporters and those of a more neutral disposition. The first volume illustrates the breadth of Marx’s concern with history, politics and society, while the second and third volumes focus more closely on the labour theory of value and the analysis of exploitation, and on Marxian approaches to crisis and economic development. Learn More
    1990   Hardback Price: $ 792.00   Web: $ 712.80
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  10. Post-Keynesian Economics

    Post-Keynesian Economics

    Edited by Malcolm Sawyer
    Post-Keynesian Economics denotes a loose grouping of economists who regard the insights of Keynes and Kalecki as the starting point for both a critique of conventional equilibrium analysis and the basis for a new macroeconomics based on the investment behaviour of the class of individuals who control capital and their savings behaviour as contrasted with that of workers. Among the major figures in this school of thought have been Joan Robinson, Nicholas Kaldor, Sidney Weintraub and Paul Davidson. Learn More
    1989   Hardback Price: $ 300.00   Web: $ 270.00
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