Richard Koo, “Macroeconomic Policy Debate has Lost its Way,” October 23, 2012.
Thank you Lord Keynes.I been recommended some books from a Post-keynsian perspective that try to incorporate sustainable growht.Maybee you read some of them?Holt, R.F. (2009), ‘The relevance of Post-Keynesian economics and sustainable development maybee you are interested so i pass it further, P. Lawn (ed.), Environment and Employment: A Reconciliation, Abingdon and New York: Routledge and Lavoie, M. (2009), ‘Post Keynesian consumer choice theory and ecological economics’, in R.F. Holt, S. Pressman and C.L. Spash (eds), Post Keynesian and Ecological Economics: Confronting Environmental Issues, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, US: Edward Elgar, Berr, E. (2009), ‘Keynes and sustainable development’, International Journal of Political Economy, 38 (3), 22-38; Vercelli, A. (1998), ‘Sustainable development, rationality and time’, in S. Faucheux, M. O’Connor and J. van der Straaten (eds), Sustainable Development: Concepts, Rationalities and Strategies, Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Global Keynesianism and Beyond Gernot Köhler http://www.jwsr.ucr.edu/archive/vol5/number2/v5n2_split/jwsr_v5n2_kohler.pdf