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An Encyclopedia of Keynesian Economics

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Published by Edward Elgar Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic theory & philosophy,
  • Macroeconomics,
  • Keynesianism,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Reference,
  • Economics - Theory,
  • Encyclopedias,
  • Keynesian economics

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsThomas Cate (Editor), Geoff Harcourt (Editor), David C. Colander (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages638
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8620655M
    ISBN 10185898145X
    ISBN 109781858981451

    The comprehensive Encyclopedia features accessible, informative and provocative contributions by leading international scholars working in the tradition of Keynes. It brings together widely dispersed yet theoretically congruent ideas, presents concise biographies of economists who have contributed to the debate on Keynes and the Keynesian Revolution, and outlines the basic principles, models. Keynesian theory became reconsidered and re-examined by politicians in many nations following the economic meltdown. Keynesian economics sees national governments as having a stabilizing role in the economy, complementing the private sector's freedom to conduct business. According to Keynesian economics, a government needs to intervene to.

    John Maynard KEYNES. b. 5 June - d. 21 April Summary. Keynes was a philosopher-economist whose abiding interest in logical argument, probability and statistics, and his fertility and originality in economic theory and policy, made him one of the most influential figures of the 20th century. Leijonhufvud, Axel (), On Keynesian Economics and the Economics of Keynes, A Studyin Monetary Theory, New York, Oxford University Press. Lindbeck, Assar (), Unemployment and Macroeconomics, Cambridge (MA), The MITPress. Lindbeck, Assar and Snower, Dennis (), The Insider-Outsider Theory of Employmentand Unemployment.

      The British economist John Maynard Keynes developed this theory in the s. The Great Depression had defied all prior attempts to end it. President Franklin D. Roosevelt used Keynesian economics to build his famous New Deal program. In his first days in office, FDR increased the debt by $3 billion to create 15 new agencies and laws.   Adam Smith was an 18th-century Scottish economist, philosopher, and author, and is considered the father of modern economics. Smith is most .


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KEYNESIAN ECONOMICS. John Maynard Keynes (–) was a brilliant, well-born British economist who during the Great Depression laid the foundations for an alternative to classical economics, which dominated economic thought and policy in the Western democracies from the late s through the end of the century.

In the public mind, Keynes is most commonly thought of as offering the. The second edition will ensure that An Encyclopedia of Keynesian Economics will remain the best single reference source on Keynesian economics and will continue to be welcomed by academics, students and teachers of economics as well as by scholars in related social An Encyclopedia of Keynesian Economics book and government by: 1.

The second edition will ensure that An Encyclopedia of Keynesian Economics will remain the best single reference source on Keynesian economics and will continue to be welcomed by academics, students and teachers of economics as well as by scholars in related social sciences and government : Thomas Cate.

An Encyclopedia of Keynesian Economics. Cheltenham, UK and Brookfield, MA: Edward Elgar, xxiv + pp. $, ISBN: X. Reviewed for by Michael S.

Lawlor, Department of Economics, Wake Forest University. Macroeconomics today is in a peculiar state. Internally, the profession seems to have lost interest. Keynesian economics (also called Keynesianism) describes the economics theories of John Maynard wrote about his theories in his book The General Theory of Employment, Interest and book was published in Keynes said capitalism is a good economic system.

In a capitalist system, people earn money from their work. Book:Keynesian Economics. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This page is currently inactive This is a Wikipedia book, a collection of Wikipedia articles that can be easily saved, imported by an external electronic rendering service, and ordered as a printed book.

John Maynard Keynes, English economist, journalist, and financier, best known for his economic theories on the causes of prolonged unemployment.

His most important work, The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, advocated a remedy for recession based on a government-sponsored policy of full employment. An Encyclopedia of Keynesian Economics, Second Edition Edited by Thomas Cate The comprehensive Encyclopedia features accessible, informative and provocative contributions by leading international scholars working in the tradition of Keynes.

Economics, Post Keynesian. BIBLIOGRAPHY. John Maynard Keynes ’ s book The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money attempted to overthrow classical theory and revolutionize how economists think about the economy.

Economists who build upon Keynes ’ s General Theory to analyze the economic problems of the twenty-first-century global economy are called Post Keynesians. Get this from a library. An encyclopedia of Keynesian economics.

[Thomas Cate;] -- This thoroughly revised and updated second edition of a highly acclaimed and authoritative reference work introduces the major concepts in the field of Keynesian economics.

The comprehensive. Get this from a library. An encyclopedia of Keynesian economics. [Thomas Cate;] -- The comprehensive Encyclopedia features accessible, informative and provocative contributions by leading international scholars working in the tradition of Keynes.

It brings together widely dispersed. Keynesian economics (also called Keynesianism) describes the economics theories of John Maynard wrote about his theories in his book The General Theory of Employment, Interest and book was published in Keynes said capitalism was a good economic system.

In a capitalist system, people earn money from their work. Economics, Keynesian Keynesian economics has reference to a set of theoretical explanations for persistent unemployment and to specific governmental employment policies.

The general notion behind Keynesian economics is that persistent unemployment derives from decreases in total private sector spending.

The second edition will ensure that An Encyclopedia of Keynesian Economics will remain the best single reference source on Keynesian economics and will continue to be welcomed by academics, students and teachers of economics as well as by scholars in related social sciences and government policymakers.

Keynesian economics is a theory of total spending in the economy (called aggregate demand) and its effects on output and inflation. Although the term has been used (and abused) to describe many things over the years, six principal tenets seem central to Keynesianism.

The first three describe how the economy works. A Keynesian believes [ ]. This book is a collection of essays by the leaders in what has come to be called post-Keynesian economics. Post-Keynesian economics represents a coherent alternative to mainstream economic theory by emphasizing certain features of the market economy while simultaneously questioning the analytical validity of the main assumptions that make up the mainstream view.4/5(3).

So influential was John Maynard Keynes in the middle third of the twentieth century that an entire school of modern thought bears his name. Many of his ideas were revolutionary; almost all were controversial. Keynesian economics serves as a sort of yardstick that can define virtually all economists who came after him.

Keynes was [ ]. An Encyclopedia of Keynesian Economics, Second Edition. This book contends that post Keynesian economics has its own methodological and didactic basis, and its realistic analysis is much-needed in the current economic and financial crisis. At a time when the original message of Keynes’ General Theory is no Format: Hardcover.

Keynesian Economics is a method of analysing the behaviour of key aggregate economic variables such as output, employment, inflation and interest rates. British economist John Maynard Keynes initially developed this analytic structure (and as a result virtually established the modern field of macroeconomics) during the s, as a method of.

Keynesian economics, body of ideas set forth by John Maynard Keynes in his General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money (–36) and other works, intended to provide a theoretical basis for government full-employment policies. It was the dominant school of macroeconomics and represented the prevailing approach to economic policy among.

The book is divided into three general categories: first, concise biographies of economists who have contributed to the debate surrounding the economics of Keynes and the Keynesian Revolution; secondly the basic principles, models and tools used by the participants in this discussion about the economic consequences of The General Theory; and Pages: An Encyclopedia of Keynesian Economics, Second edition Edited by Thomas Cate.

‘This book of essays on the economics of regulation is comprehensive and authoritative, and is particularly noteworthy for its emphasis on European as well as American regulatory methods. The international perspective is important becaus.Keynesian economics, or Keynesianism, is an economic theory based on the ideas of John Maynard Keynes, as put forward in his book The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, published in in response to the Great Depression of the s.

In Keynes's theory, general (macro-level) trends can overwhelm the micro-level behavior of individuals. Instead of the economic process being.