This chapter presents the five strands of post-Keynesian economics: the fundamentalists, the Kaleckans, the Sraffians, the Kaldorians and the Institutionalists. It recalls the main differences between post-Keynesian economics and orthodox economics. And it the key features of post-Keynesian economics compared to the other heterodox schools of thought in economics.
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|Date of creation:||2016|
|Publication status:||Published in Gilbert Faccarello and H. Kurz. Handbook of the History of Economic Thought, vol. 2, Schools of Thought in Economics, Edward Elgar, pp.439-447, 2016, 9781782549376|
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