Government Deficits, Liquidity Preference, and Schumpeterian Innovation
Wray asserts that rigorous analyses of the role played by innovation in economic development must acknowledge the contribution of Joseph Schumpeter. However, the author suggests that the current stagnation confronting most developed, capitalist economies "cannot be understood without synthesizing Schumpeter's insights with those of Kalecki and Keynes." Hence, Schumpeter's work alone is inadequate in explaining the links between government deficits in ensuring aggregate demand and corporate profits.
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- J. A. Kregel, 1993. "A Post Keynesian Explanation of the Causes of the Current World Slupm," Working Papers 182, Dipartimento Scienze Economiche, Universita' di Bologna.
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