The Nature of the Keynesian Revolution: A Reassessment
Two propositions, widely held, are evidence that the Keynesian Revolution remains to be made:
The macroeconomics of the General Theory (Keynes, 1936) do not rest on proper microeconomic foundations.
The General Theory is the economics of disequilibrium.
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