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Post-Keynesian Economics

Edited by Malcolm Sawyer, Emeritus Professor of Economics, University of Leeds, UK
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.
Extent: 512 pp
Hardback Price: $300.00 Web: $270.00
Publication Date: 1989
ISBN: 978 1 85278 052 4
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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.
‘Sawyer’s anthology provides exceptional value, both as an introduction to post-Keynesian theory for those who have yet to encounter it, and as a basic reference for those who know it well.’
– Co-operative Economics News Service