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Heterodox macroeconomics : Keynes, Marx and globalization / edited by Jonathan P. Goldstein and Michael G. Hillard
Alternate Title Keynes, Marx and globalization
London ; New York : Routledge, c2009
book jacket
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Subject(s) Macroeconomics
Physical Description xix, 280 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Introduction : a second-generation synthesis of heterodox macroeconomic principles / Jonathan P. Goldstein and Michael G. Hillard -- The central core of heterodox macroeconomics / Malcolm Sawyer -- An introduction to a unified heterodox macroeconomic theory / Jonathan P. Goldstein -- Methodology and heterodox economics / Martin H. Wolfson -- Does heterodox economics need a unified crisis theory ? : from profit-squeeze to the global liquidity meltdown / Gary A. Dymski -- The current crisis in macroeconomic theory / Bill Gibson -- Modern business behavior : the theory of the active firm / Steven M. Fazzari -- A Keynes-Marx theory of investment / Jonathan P. Goldstein -- Did financialization increase macroeconomic fragility? : an analysis of the US nonfinancial corporate sector / Özgür Orhangazi -- Marx, Minsky and Crotty on crises in capitalism / Fred Moseley -- Labor demand under strategic competition and the cyclical profit squeeze / Michele I. Naples -- Cyclical labor shares under Keynesian and neoliberal regimes / Raford Boddy -- Economic crisis and institutional structures : a comparison of regulated and neoliberal capitalism in the USA / David M. Kotz -- Historically contingent, institutionally specific : class struggles and American employer exceptionalism in the age of neoliberal globalization / Michael G. Hillard and Richard McIntyre -- Unequal exchange reconsidered in our age of globalization / Makoto Itoh -- From capital controls and miraculous growth to financial globalization and the financial crisis in Korea / Kang-Kook Lee -- Keynes' bourgeois socialism / Soo Haeng Kim -- The case of capital controls revisited / Gerald Epstein -- Neo-liberal finance and third world (mal)development / Ilene Grabel -- Heterodox macroeconomics and the current global financial crisis / Jonathan P. Goldstein
Series Routledge advances in heterodox economics ; 5
Alternate Author Goldstein, Jonathan P
Hillard, Michael G

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