Alternative Post-Keynesian Analyses — I
As implied in the first chapter, it is an oversimplification to say that a homogeneous school of thought exists in the post-Keynesian approach to economics and economic dynamics. The basic similarities of the post-Keynesians’ approach are rooted in the fact that they all take Keynes’s work as the starting point. However, there are major differences in emphasis, as among the major contributors to the post-Keynesian reconstruction of Political Economy. In this, and the following chapter, we attempt to briefly highlight the most important of these differences.
KeywordsStylise Fact Technical Progress Consumption Good Price Determination Steady Growth
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