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The Keynesian tradition

Author: Robert Leeson
Publisher: Houndmills, Basingstoke ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.
Series: Archival insights into the evolution of economics.
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This volume examines the process by which Keynes' message got interpreted and re-interpreted and thus separated into a Left and Right political-economic stream.
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Named Person: John Maynard Keynes; Piero Sraffa; Dennis Holme Robertson, Sir; Roy Harrod; Richard F Kahn; Joan Robinson; Nicholas Kaldor; Sidney Weintraub
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Leeson
ISBN: 1403949603 9781403949608
OCLC Number: 235172672
Description: vii, 227 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Robert Leeson --
Archival research and the reconstruction of Piero Sraffa's intellectual biography: an interim report / Nerio Naldi --
The collaboration between Keynes and Robertson during the Second World War: a perspective from the National Archives / Eleonora Sanfilippo --
Harrod's discontent with Harrodian growth theory / Daniele Besomi --
Patinkin's interpretation of Keynesian economics: a genetic approach / Goulven Rubin --
Is IS-LM a static or dynamic 'Keynesian' model? / Warren Young --
The post Keynesian assault on orthodoxy: insights from the Weintraub archive / J. E. King --
The Cambridge Keynesians: Kahn, J. Robinson and Kaldor: a perspective from their archives / Maria Cristina Marcuzzo and Annalisa Rosselli.
Series Title: Archival insights into the evolution of economics.
Responsibility: edited by Robert Leeson.
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This volume examines the process by which Keynes' message got interpreted and re-interpreted and thus separated into a Left and Right political-economic stream.

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