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Interpreting Keynes for the 21st century
Davidson, Paul

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Interpreting Keynes for the 21st century
Paul Davidson

Published 2007 by Palgrave Macmillan in Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

International economics
Is a plumber or a new financial architect needed to end global international liquidity problems?
Capital movements, Tobin tax and permanent fire prevention: a response to Deangelis
The future of the international financial system
The declining dollar, global economic growth, and macro stability
Is fixed exchange rates the problem and flexible exchange rates the cure?
Economics for less developed countries
A post Keynesian view of the Washington consensus and how to improve it
Liquidity vs. efficiency in liberalized international financial markets: a warning to developing economies
LDC's, institutions and money: a response to Danby
Dollarization, the functions of a central bank and the Ecuadorean economy
Newspaper columns
The dangers of debt reduction
We should end market liquidity?
Last resort for IMF
Keynes and the bear necessities
Debtor nations need a financial system that allows them to work their way to prosperity
Keynes/post Keynesian theory and policy
There are major differences between Kalecki's theory of employment and Keynes's general theory of employment, interest and money
Is "mathematical science" an oxymoron when used to describe economics?
Paul Samuelson and the Keynes/post Keynesian revolution
Setting the record straight on "a history of post Keynesian economics"
"Responses to Lavoie, King, and Dow on what is post Keynesianism and who is a post Keynesian
The effect of ending hostilities on output and employment
Can, or should, a central bank inflation target?
Are we making progress towards the good society?

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index

Collected writings of Paul Davidson -- 4
Other Titles
Interpreting Keynes for the twenty-first century

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x, 314 p. :
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