Recent Developments in Post-Keynesian Economics
Philip Arestis, Victoria Chick
E. Elgar Pub., 1992 - Business & Economics - 193 pages
This book presents new work by leading post-Keynesian economists in the areas of methodology, pricing, distribution and policy. Philip Arestis and Victoria Chick have selected innovative new papers which illustrate the vitality of the post-Keynesian tradition. Written by leading specialists in their respective fields of research, it will be required reading for all economists with an interest in non-neoclassical economics.
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