(1) “Neoclassical Synthesis Keynesianism, New Keynesianism and Post Keynesianism: A Review,” July 7, 2010.I am pleased to see that the first is my post explaining the differences between Post Keynesianism and neoclassical Keynesianism, an important subject in my view.
(2) “Did Hayek Advocate Public Works in a Depression?,” September 25, 2011.
(3) “Galbraith versus Krugman on Deficit Spending,” July 18, 2010.
(4) “Hoppe on Argumentation Ethics ,” October 23, 2011.
(5) “Stagflation in the 1970s: A Post Keynesian Analysis,” June 24, 2011.
(6) “Skidelsky versus Selgin on Keynes and Hayek,” August 4, 2011.
(7) “The US Recession of 1920–1921: Some Austrian Myths ,” October 23, 2010.
(8) “Mises’ Praxeology: A Critique,” October 1, 2010.
(9) “The Quantity Theory of Money: A Critique ,” July 18, 2010.
(10) “Endogenous Money: A Bibliography,” April 5, 2012.
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
My Top 10 Posts
Looking over my stats on Blogger recently, I noticed that these are my top ten posts:
Posted by Lord Keynes at 2:24 AM
Labels: My Top 10 Posts
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On your first post, I noticed the absence of Wynne Godley's name. (As his greatest fan, how would I have missed!).
Randy Wray called him a true giant and that "no one else came close to providing a trenchant analysis" on the build-up to the crisis here http://www.levyinstitute.org/conferences/godley2011/Wray.pdf
A lot of history on Post Keynesianism by PKEists themselves miss his name or just barely mention his name but IMO - and strictly as a outsider, Godley is the face of Post Keynesianism. Probably he was too ahead of his time.