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Post-Keynesian, Post-Sraffian Economics: An Outline

  • Alessandro Roncaglia
  • Mario Tonveronachi
Part of the Levy Institute Advanced Research in Economic Policy book series (LAREP)

Abstract

The authors of this chapter belong to the so-called Anglo-Italian school, being Italian economists educated at Cambridge. They were accordingly nourished with Keynesian and Sraffian ideas (plus the capital theory debate and Sylos Labini’s oligopoly theory), and their initial research work was in this field, producing an interpretation of Sraffa’s economics (Roncaglia 1975; see also Roncaglia 2009a) and an interpretation of Keynes’ economics (Tonveronachi 1983).

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Income Distribution Full Employment Uniform Rate Circular Flow Keynesian Economic 
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