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Progressive Post-Keynesian Economics

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  • Jesper Jespersen
  • Finn Olesen

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This book is devoted to the progression of Post-Keynesian economics, taking stock of the previous 10 years of persistent imbalances in many dimensions of macroeconomic ‘reality’. This has given inspiration to Post-Keynesian scholars to make innovative contributions in areas like methodology, macroeconomic modelling and teaching. One challenge discussed in several chapters is how to model a complex macro-system where microeconomic uncertainty is increasing? This aspect is elaborated in a number of contributions which focus on the role of the financial sector and financialization for macroeconomic disruptions. Additional chapters deal with teaching and the use of case-studies for a better understanding of the real world economy.

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  • Jesper Jespersen & Finn Olesen (ed.), 2019. "Progressive Post-Keynesian Economics," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 18368.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eebook:18368
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