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Leading experts on Kalecki have contributed special essays on what economists in the 21st century have to learn from the theories of Kalecki. Authors include surviving students of Kalecki, such as Amit Bhaduri, Mario Nuti, Kazimierz Laski Jerzy Osiatynski, and Post-Keynesian economists such as Geoff Harcourt, Marc Lavoie, and Malcolm Sawyer.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Leading experts on Kalecki have contributed special essays on what economists in the 21st century have to learn from the theories of Kalecki. Authors include surviving students of Kalecki, such as Amit Bhaduri, Mario Nuti, Kazimierz Laski Jerzy Osiatynski, and Post-Keynesian economists such as Geoff Harcourt, Marc Lavoie, and Malcolm Sawyer.
Autorenporträt
Roni Demirbag, University of Sydney, Australia Gary A. Dymski, University of Leeds, UK Mark Evers, University of Denver, USA Joseph Halevi, University of Sydney, Australia G.C. Harcourt, University of New South Wales, Australia Peter Kriesler, University of New South Wales, Australia Marc Lavoie, University of Ottawa, Canada Edwin Le Heron, Bordeaux Institute of Political Sciences, France Kazimierz ?aski, University of Linz, Austria ?ukasz Mamica, Cracow University of Economics, Poland Tracy Mott, University of Denver, USA D. Mario Nuti, University of Rome 'La Sapienza', Italy Jerzy Osiaty?ski, National Bank of Poland Malcolm Sawyer, University of Leeds, UK
Rezensionen
"Provides the right sort of reminder, highlighting key aspects of Kalecki's contributions, providing illustrations of how they can be applied to understanding the forces leading to the GFC, and developing strategies that would enable the economy to move forward. ... Kaleckian scholars will greatly appreciate the contributions and insights in this volume, but there is a much wider audience of economists, commentators, journalists and policy-makers who would benefit greatly from exposure to the alternative understanding of macroeconomic phenomena it conveys." (Harry Bloch, Economic Record, Vol. 93 (300), March, 2017)

"This book contains some interesting material for specialists in specific areas of Kaleckian economics, but also some important, more general readings for those who are interested in an alternative to mainstream economics and economic policies, which have been discredited by the recent crises and the economic policy responses towards these crises, in particular in Europe." (Eckhard Hein, European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention, Vol. 13 (3), 2016)