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Skickas inom vardagar. These essays on Post-Keynesian economics were written expressly for a volume to honour the life and work of Alfred Eichner.
The original countributions - that critically examine and extend ideas in Eichner's "The Macrodynamics of Advanced Market Economies" are organized in seven sections that correspond to areas of economics in which Eichner made a significant contribution. Part 1 deals with the megacorp, a theory of firm pricing and investment that was one of Eichner's most important contributions.
Issues of productivity and technical change, that lie at the center of Eichner's macrodynamic model, are the focus of part 1 and parts 3 and 4 elaborate on Eichner's work on growth and money and yield insights into the theoretical disagreements among the Post-Keynesians themselves.
Part 5 presents a number of examples of non-neo-classical model building. Part 6 opens with a critique of the "new economic history" that leads to other essays on thorny methodological issues confronting Post-Keynesians.
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Browse titles authors subjects uniform titles series callnumbers dewey numbers starting from optional. Value, Capital and Nature. Publication Armonk, N. Lamb , Julia K. Featuring chapters by many of Eichner's disciples, this book celebrates his rich contributions to post- Keynesian economics, and demonstrates that his work is in many ways as valid today as it was over two decades ago.
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