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Financial instability and economic security after the great recession

Author: Charles J Whalen
Publisher: Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This text rethinks economic theory and policy by focusing on the problem of financial instability and the need to secure broadly shared prosperity in the United States and across the globe.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Charles J Whalen
ISBN: 085793483X 9780857934833 9781782547808 1782547800
OCLC Number: 741928321
Description: xiv, 219 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: instability, prosperity and economics after the Great Recession / Charles J. Whalen ----
Part I. Foundations. 1. Subverting Say's law: Harlan McCracken and the Commons-Keynes connection / Steven Kates ---
2. Toward a synthesis of institutional and post-Keynesian economics / W. Robert Brazelton and Charles J. Whalen ---
3. Futurity: cornerstone of post-Keynesian institutionalism / Glen Atkinson and Charles J. Whalen ----
Part II. The American economy. 4. Understanding and preventing financial instability: post-Keynesian institutionalism and government as employer of last resort / Fadhel Kaboub ---
5. Toward a more rapid recovery: incorporating subsidiarity into macroeconomic policy / David A. Zalewski and Charles J. Whalen ---
6. Financial stability, regulatory buffers and economic growth after the Great Recession: some regulatory implications / Eric Tymoigne ----
Part III. The global economy. 7. Regulating for stability: bank capitalization and the emergence of an international lender of last resort / Jan Toporowski ---
8. Evolution without fundamental change: the Washington consensus on economic development and its significance for post-Keynesian institutionalism / John Marangos and Charles J. Whalen ---
9. Money-manager capitalism, capital flows and development in emerging market economies: a post-Keynesian institutionalist analysis / Yan Liang ----
Part VI. Conclusion. 10. The future of post-Keynesian institutionalism / Charles J. Whalen.
Responsibility: edited by Charles J. Whalen.

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