Luigi L. Pasinetti: An Intellectual Biography - Baranzini, Mauro L.; Mirante, Amalia
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Luigi L. Pasinetti (born 1930) is arguably the most influential of the second generation of the Cambridge Keynesian School of Economics, both because of his achievements and his early involvement with the direct pupils of John Maynard Keynes. This comprehensive intellectual biography traces his research from his early groundbreaking contribution in the field of structural economic dynamics to the 'Pasinetti Theorem'. With scientific outputs spanning more than six decades (1955-2017), Baranzini and Mirante analyse the impact of his research work and roles at Cambridge, the Catholic University…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Luigi L. Pasinetti (born 1930) is arguably the most influential of the second generation of the Cambridge Keynesian School of Economics, both because of his achievements and his early involvement with the direct pupils of John Maynard Keynes. This comprehensive intellectual biography traces his research from his early groundbreaking contribution in the field of structural economic dynamics to the 'Pasinetti Theorem'. With scientific outputs spanning more than six decades (1955-2017), Baranzini and Mirante analyse the impact of his research work and roles at Cambridge, the Catholic University of Milan and at the new University of Lugano. Pasinetti's whole scientific life has been driven by the desire to provide new frameworks to explain the mechanisms of modern economic systems, and this book assesses how far this has been achieved.
Autorenporträt
Mauro Baranzini is Professor at the University of Lugano, Switzerland, which he helped to found in 1996. In 1971 he was awarded a Florey fellowship of The Queen's College, Oxford, where from 1975 to 1984 he was Lecturer in Economics. He contributed widely to the Cambridge theory of income and wealth distribution.
Amalia Mirante is Lecturer in Economics at the University of Lugano, Switzerland and at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland. She has published several papers on economic theory, and a textbook on macro-economics.

Inhaltsangabe
Chapter 1: Introduction: Luigi L. Pasinetti-A Leading Scholar of the Second Generation of the Cambridge School of Keynesian EconomicsPart I: Life and Research Activity of Luigi L. PasinettiChapter 2: Youth at Zanica, Bergamo, and Academic Studies at the Catholic University of Milan, then Cambridge, Harvard and Cambridge AgainChapter 3: Nuffield College, Oxford (1959-61) and then King's College, Cambridge (1961-76)Chapter 4: Back to the Catholic University of Milan (1976 Onwards).- Part II Pasinetti's Main Research LinesChapter 5: Pasinetti's Main Research Lines. On Productivity Changes and on RicardoChapter 6: Pasinetti on Post-Keynesian Income Distribution and Growth Theory: The Basic Issues- Chapter 7: Pasinetti on Post-Keynesian Income Distribution and Growth Theory: Further DevelopmentsChapter 8: Pasinetti on Capital TheoryChapter 9: Pasinetti on Structural Economic Dynamics and on the Pure Labour Theory of ValueChapter 10: Pasinetti on 'Natural' Versus 'Institutional' Relations: Two Conferences in His Honour Chapter 11: Finale and Pasinetti's Legacy