To supplement this, I have complied a bibliography below of books and articles on the history of Post Keynesianism:
Davidson, Paul. 2003–2004. “Setting the Record Straight on ‘A History of Post Keynesian Economics,’” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 26.2 245–272.
Davidson, Paul. 2005. “Galbraith and the Post Keynesians,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 28.1: 103–113.
Davidson, Paul. 2005. “Responses to Lavoie, King, and Dow on what Post Keynesianism is and who is a Post Keynesian,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 27.3: 393–408.
Davidson, Paul. 2013. “Keynesian Foundations of Post-Keynesian Economics,” in G. C. Harcourt and Peter Kriesler (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Post-Keynesian Economics. Volume 1: Theory and Origins. Oxford University Press, New York. 122–137.
Fontana, Giuseppe. 2005. “‘A History of Post Keynesian Economics since 1936’: Some Hard (and not so Hard) Questions for the Future,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 27.3: 409–421.
Hamouda, O. F. and Geoffrey Colin Harcourt. 1988. “Post-Keynesianism: From Criticism to Coherence?,” Bulletin of Economic Research 40.1: 1–33.
Hamouda, O. F. and Geoffrey Colin Harcourt. 2003 . “Post-Keynesianism: From Criticism to Coherence?,” in Claudio Sardoni (ed.), On Political Economists and Modern Political Economy: Selected Essays of G. C. Harcourt. Routledge, London. 209–232.
Harcourt, Geoffrey Colin. 2006. The Structure of Post-Keynesian Economics: The Core Contributions of the Pioneers. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge and New York.
Harcourt, Geoffrey Colin and Prue Kerr. 2009. Joan Robinson. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, NY.
King, J. E. 2002. A History of Post Keynesian Economics since 1936. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA.
King, J. E. 2005. “Unwarping the Record: A Reply to Paul Davidson,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 27.3: 377–384.
King, J. E. 2009. Nicholas Kaldor. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke and New York.
Kregel, Jan. 2013. “A Personal View of the Origins of Post-Keynesian Ideas in the History of Economics,” in G. C. Harcourt and Peter Kriesler (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Post-Keynesian Economics. Volume 1: Theory and Origins. Oxford University Press, New York. 45–50.
Lavoie, Marc. 2005. “Changing Definitions: A Comment on Davidson’s Critique of King’s History of Post Keynesianism,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 27.3: 371–376.
Lavoie, Marc. 2011. “History and Methods of Post-Keynesian Economics,” in Eckhard Hein and Engelbert Stockhammer (eds.), A Modern Guide to Keynesian Macroeconomics and Economic Policies. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. 1–33.
Lavoie, Marc. 2014. “To which of the Five Streams of Post-Keynesianism does John King belong?”
Lee, Frederic S. 2009. A History of Heterodox Economics: Challenging the Mainstream in the Twentieth Century. Routledge, London and New York.
Pasinetti, Luigi L. 2007. Keynes and the Cambridge Keynesians: A ‘Revolution in Economics’ to be Accomplished. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Thirlwall, A. P. 1987. Nicholas Kaldor. Wheatsheaf Books, Brighton, England.
Tymoigne, Eric and Frederic S. Lee. 2003–2004. “Post Keynesian Economics since 1936: A History of a Promise That Bounced?,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 26.2: 273–287.
Related: Barry Ritholtz links us to a pretty cool looking history of thought poster:ReplyDelete
Excellent list. Thanks so much.ReplyDelete