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Post Keynesian Economics

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Post Keynesian Economics

An Annotated Bibliography

9781852788018 Edward Elgar Publishing
J.E. King, Emeritus Professor, La Trobe University, Australia and Honorary Professor, Federation University Australia
Publication Date: 1995 ISBN: 978 1 85278 801 8 Extent: 816 pp
This comprehensive and fully annotated bibliography covers the most important items published on post Keynesian economics from the 1930s to the present day.

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This authoritative and up to date bibliography is a comprehensive introduction to the large and disparate literature on the post Keynesian school of economics and its leading figures.

With over three thousand entries listed under 18 headings, and a separate author index, this invaluable reference tool will improve access to the primary contributions to the school. In one volume J.E. King has collected material from the founders of the school, such as Richard Kahn, Nicholas Kaldor, Michal Kalecki, Joan Robinson, Piero Sraffa and Sidney Weintraub, their successors and disciples, and economists openly hostile to post Keynesianism whose work has nevertheless shed light on the school.

This comprehensive and fully annotated bibliography covers the most important items published on post Keynesian economics from the 1930s to the present day.
Critical Acclaim
‘. . . an invaluable reference source. . . . In recent years a well-known Oxford economist has advised that post Keynesian economics is not a suitable subject for inclusion in graduate courses. I wonder whether I could tempt these two sceptics to have a glance at King’s findings and see whether, in the light of the evidence presented, they may not be willing to change their minds?’
– G.C. Harcourt, The Economic Journal

‘Every university library should have this book. It will be a useful reference volume for students exploring a particular subject or a particular post Keynesian author. . . . the researcher using King’s bibliography can quickly locate the primary relevant articles on the topic – and that, alone, might be worth the price of the book.’
– L. Randall Wray, Journal of Economic Issues
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Contents: Introduction Part A: General Studies Part B: Collections and Festschrift Part C: Biographical Studies Part D: Methodology Part E: Interpretations of Keynes Part F: Macroeconomic Theory Part G: Monetary Theory and Policy Part H: Growth and Cycles Part I: Distribution and Capital Theory Part J: Price Theory and Microeconomics Part K: Empirical Studies Part L: Inflation and Income Policy Part M: Labour Economics Part N: International Economics Part O: Development Economics Part P: Sraffian Economics Part Q: Socialism Part R: Economic Policy Index
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