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Money_macroeconomic - MONEY MACROECONOMICS AND KEYNES This volume along with its companion volume Methodology Microeconomics and Keynes is

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MONEY, MACROECONOMICS AND KEYNES This volume, along with its companion volume Methodology, Microeconomics and Keynes , is published in honour of Victoria Chick, inspired by her own contributions to knowledge in all of these areas and their interconnections. It represents both consolidation and the breaking of new ground in Keynesian monetary theory and macroeconomics by leading figures in these fields. The chapters have been contributed by some of the many who admire Chick’s work: ± C. Rogers, Rogério Studart and Fernando J. Cardim de Carvalho make contributions in monetary theory. ± Philip Arestis, Peter Howells, Charles Goodhart, David Laidler, Malcolm Sawyer, Alain Parguez, and Joseph Halevi and Rédouane Taouil make contributions relating specifically to endogenous money. ± Peter Kriesler, John Nevile, G. C. Harcourt, Peter Skott, Augusto Graziani, John Smithin, the late Bernard Corry and Maurizio Caserta make contribu- tions in macroeconomics. ± Penelope Hawkins, Christopher Torr, Jesper Jespersen, Stephen F. Frowen and Elias Karakitsos make contributions in open economy macroeconomics. The volume opens with an account of Victoria Chick’s academic career and ends with a list of her publications. Philip Arestis is Professor and Research Director at the South Bank Business School at South Bank University. Meghnad Desai is Professor of Economics and Director of the Centre for the Study of Global Governance at the London School of Economics. Sheila Dow is Professor, Department of Economics, University of Stirling.
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ROUTLEDGE FRONTIERS OF POLITICAL ECONOMY EQUILIBRIUM VERSUS UNDERSTANDING Towards the rehumanization of economics within social theory Mark Addleson EVOLUTION, ORDER AND COMPLEXITY Edited by Elias L. Khalil and Kenneth E. Boulding INTERACTIONS IN POLITICAL ECONOMY Malvern after ten years Edited by Steven Pressman THE END OF ECONOMICS Michael Perelman PROBABILITY IN ECONOMICS Omar F. Hamouda and Robin Rowley CAPITAL CONTROVERSY, POST KEYNESIAN ECONOMICS AND THE HISTORY OF ECONOMICS Essays in honour of G. C. Harcourt, volume one Edited by Philip Arestis, Gabriel Palma and Malcolm Sawyer MARKETS, UNEMPLOYMENT AND ECONOMIC POLICY Essays in honour of G. C. Harcourt, volume two Edited by Philip Arestis, Gabriel Palma and Malcolm Sawyer SOCIAL ECONOMY The logic of capitalist development Clark Everling NEW KEYNESIAN ECONOMICS/POST KEYNESIAN ALTERNATIVES Edited by Roy J. Rotheim THE REPRESENTATIVE AGENT IN MACROECONOMICS James E. Hartley BORDERLANDS OF ECONOMICS Essays in honour of Daniel R. Fusfeld Edited by Nahid Aslanbeigui and Young Back Choi VALUE, DISTRIBUTION AND CAPITAL Essays in honour of Pierangelo Garegnani Edited by Gary Mongiovi and Fabio Petri
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THE ECONOMICS OF SCIENCE Methodology and epistemology as if economics really mattered James R. Wible COMPETITIVENESS, LOCALISED LEARNING AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Specialisation and prosperity in smalll open economies Peter Maskell, Heikki Eskelinen, Ingjaldur Hannibalsson, Anders Malmberg and Eirik Vatne LABOUR MARKET THEORY
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