Wednesday, November 7, 2012

A New Post Keynesian Blog: “The Case For Concerted Action”

Well, I am not sure it is that new, but here is a Post Keynesian blog I have recently seen:
“The Case For Concerted Action: Post-Keynesian Ideas For A Crisis That Conventional Remedies Cannot Resolve,”
Definitely worth a good read!


  1. Ramanan is a fantastic resource especially for reconciling Post-Keynesian ideas with national accounting measures. Plus, he's been willing to engage other sects within Post-Keynesian economics to help push the discipline further ahead. One of my top reads for sure!

  2. Ramanan has been around for a long time. We have a mutual love for hard-to-find Cambridge texts and he does us all the good service of publishing excerpts. He's also great at tracking down old newspaper articles about Cambridge/New Cambridge.

  3. Thanks, thanks Ramanan. You have always done a great job, e.g. you have been one of the first to understand what was right and wrong in Werner Sinn's account of TARGET2, and in re-proposing Kaldor's prescient views of the imperfections in the European economic unification. The last post is particularly important for me this morning when I will lead a delegation of heterodox economist meeting the economic responsible of PD, the main centre-left party.