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Une synthèse entre post-keynésiens et néo-ricardiens est-elle encore possible?

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The post-classical synthesis between the "constituted" versions of the neo-Ricardian and post-Keynesian theories appears next to impossible, since both constituted theories offer too little flexibility to allow for such a synthesis. On the other hand the "dissenting" versions of these theories offer several similarities and complementarities, in particular a recursive dynamics, prices which are determined according to the principle of effective demand, that is by the supply side, and systemic macroeconomic rules which impose themselves to agents. La synthèse post-classique entre les versions « constituées » des analyses néo-ricardiennes et post-keynésiennes apparaît peu probable, car toutes deux offrent une flexibilité insuffisante à la réalisation d’une telle synthèse. Par contre les versions « dissidentes » de ces analyses comportent de nombreuses analogies et complémentarités, notamment une dynamique récursive, des prix déterminés par le principe de la demande effective, c’est-à-dire par l’offre, et des règles macroéconomiques systémiques qui s’imposent aux agents.

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  • Arena, Richard, 1992. "Une synthèse entre post-keynésiens et néo-ricardiens est-elle encore possible?," L'Actualité Economique, Société Canadienne de Science Economique, vol. 68(4), pages 587-606, décembre.
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