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Galbraith and the Post Keynesians

  • Paul Davidson

Abstract

Shortly after he published his wonderfully interesting memoir A Life in our Times, Ken Galbraith sent me a copy of this book. In this copy he wrote: ‘For the Davidsons from the pre Keynesian world (and after too).’ In this book, Galbraith discusses an interesting exchange of ideas on the cause of unemployment that took place between himself and Henry Dennison in 1936. According to Galbraith, Dennison was, at the time, ‘the most interesting businessman in the United States’ (Galbraith, 1981, p. 61).

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Business Policy Public Purpose Interesting Exchange Keynesian Economic Match Grant 
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References

  1. D.C. Colander and H. Landreth, The Coming of Keynesianism to America (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1996).Google Scholar
  2. P. Davidson, Money and the Real World (London: Macmillan, 1972).Google Scholar
  3. J. Dennison and J.K. Galbraith, Modern Competition and Business Policy (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1938).Google Scholar
  4. J.K. Galbraith, Economics and the Public Purpose (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1973).Google Scholar
  5. J.K. Galbraith, ‘On Post Keynesian Economics’, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 1 (1978).Google Scholar
  6. J.K. Galbraith, A Life in our Times (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1981).Google Scholar

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© Paul Davidson 2005

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