Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Steve Keen on the Reformation of Economics

Steve Keen, with other speakers, talks here on the “Reformation of Economics”:

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  1. Lork Keynes, please do your comment on this articles:

    Hartwig, J. 2007. Keynes versus the Post Keynesians on the principle of effective demand, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, vol. 14, no. 4

    «Indeed, Champernowne (1936) was the only review article of the General Theory at the time that stressed expectations as one of its major features and integrated them into the equations (Brady 2017b). Patinkin (1990, pp. 212-13) inaccurately asserted that Champernowne belonged with other reviewers (Hicks, Lange, Lerner, Hansen, Harrod, Reddaway, Meade) who excluded uncertainty from the main components of Keynes’s 1936 book.» // Boianovsky, Mauro (2017) : Between Pigou and Keynes: Champernowne on employment and expectations, CHOPE Working Paper, No. 2017-21