9780415313681

Keynesian Economics

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  • ISBN13:

    9780415313681

  • ISBN10:

    0415313686

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2003-09-24
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Summary

First published in 1983

Table of Contents

Preface vii
1 Introduction
1. The Keynesian connection
1(4)
2. Outline of the argument
5(4)
2 The Keynesian Dichotomy
1. Introduction
9(2)
2. The Keynesian dichotomy
11(7)
3. Dichotomies as analytical procedures
18(4)
4. Concluding remarks
22(2)
3 Demand Deficiency
1. Introduction
24(2)
2. Involuntary unemployment
26(12)
3. The pragmatics of 'demand deficiency'
38(3)
4. Demand deficiency in its cyclical context
41(4)
5. Concluding remarks
45(5)
4 Deficient Foresight
1. Introduction
50(1)
2. Keynes and uncertainty
50(2)
3. The sources of variation in expenditure aggregates
52(3)
4. Certainty and fallibility
55(4)
5. Two schools
59(3)
6. Concluding remarks
62(2)
5 Hicks's Contribution
1. Introduction
64(4)
2. Keynes's 'Classics' and Hicks's 'Classics'
68(5)
3. Liquidity preference and loanable funds
73(9)
4. Expectations and the multiplier process
82(7)
5. Concluding remarks
89(3)
6 The Search for First Principles
1. Introduction page
92(1)
2. Fundamentalism
93(7)
3. Hydraulicism
100(5)
4. Reconstituted reductionism
105(6)
5. Concluding remarks
111(4)
7 Conclusion 115(7)
Bibliography 122(5)
Index 127

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