Fondazione Luigi Einaudi, Torino (Italy)
Annals of the Fondazione Luigi Einaudi. An Interdisciplinary Journal of Economics, History and Political Science
June 2017, Volume 51, Issue 1
- 3-4 Editors' Preface to the special issue 'Keynes' Relevance to the Contemporary World. Eighty Years since The General Theory'
by Editors, Annals of the Fondazione Luigi Einaudi
- 5-16 What is Essential about Keynes Today?
by Robert Skidelsky
- 17-54 J.M. Keynes: The Modernity of an Un-Modern Economist
by Anna Carabelli & Mario Cedrini & Roberto Marchionatti
- 55-76 The Continuing Relevance of Keynes's Philosophical Thinking: Reflexivity, Complexity and Uncertainty
by John B. Davis
- 77-92 Keynes and Gesell: Political and Social Philosophy, Epistemology and Monetary Reform
by Sheila Dow
- 93-106 New-, Neo-Paleo- and Post-Keynesianism: Is a New Macroeconomic Paradigm Possible?
by Teodoro Dario Togati
- 107-121 Rules and Discretion in the Making of Economic Policy
by Peter Clarke
- 123-148 John Maynard Keynes as a Global Economic Policymaker: First Do the Macro and then Do the Rest
by David Vines
- 149-176 Reconciling Money and Goods: Keynes's Commodity and Currency Plans for the Postwar World
by Luca Fantacci
- 177-206 Symmetric Global Order with National Self-Determination and No Hegemon: Vision and Reality
by Jörg Bibow
- 207-222 Keynes' and the Santa Fe Institute's Complexity: Same Concepts, Different Methods?
by Emanuele Citera
- 223-246 A Modern Interpretation of Keynes' Analysis of Speculation in the Professional Financial Markets and the Impact on the Allocation of Talent
by Kurt von Seekamm Jr.
- 249-268 On the Relevance of Keynes to the Contemporary World: Post-Crisis Views on Economic Policy, Capitalism and International Monetary Reform
by Paolo Paesani