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Paul Davidson: Om Keynes – en kommenterende boganmeldelse

  • Finn Olesen

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    (Department of Environmental and Business Economics, University of Southern Denmark)

Længe har den post keynesianske tænkning angrebet den makroteoretiske mainstream for at have misforstået det fundamentale budskab – teoretisk som metodologisk – som Keynes gav i sin The General Theory. Ifølge post keyne-sianerne har mainstream en for harmonisk opfattelse af, hvorledes det makroøkonomiske systems tilpasningsprocesser forløber. Og dette er en kritik, som har fået en fornyet aktualitet de sidste års internationale finanskrise og økonomiske recession in mente. En af de mest markante røster i dette kor af mere eller mindre heterodoks tænkende økonomer er og har været Paul Davidson. I nærværende bidrag sættes der fokus på Davidsons bog om Keynes i serien Great Thinkers in Economis. Jeg skal takke Svend Ole Madsen, IME, for kommentarer til en tidligere version af nærværende papir.

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Paper provided by University of Southern Denmark, Department of Environmental and Business Economics in its series Working Papers with number 103/10.

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Date of creation: Sep 2010
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