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The Elgar Companion to John Maynard Keynes


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Contents: PART I: LIFE AND WORK 1. John Neville Keynes Heinrich Bortis 2. Florence Ada Keynes Indra Hardeen 3. Lydia Lopokova Indra Hardeen 4. The Bloomsbury Group Victoria Chick 5. The India Office Donald Moggridge 6. World War I Donald Moggridge 7. Keynes and British Financial Policy in the Inter-war period Donald Moggridge 8. World War II Donald Moggridge 9. Before and After Bretton Woods June Flanders PART II: INFLUENCES 10. G.E. Moore John Davis 11. Bertrand Russell John Davis 12. Ludwig Wittgenstein John Davis 13. Frank P. Ramsey John Davis 14. Thomas Robert Malthus Samuel Hollander 15. Alfred Marshall Peter Groenewegen 16. Knut Wicksell Mauro Boianovsky 17. John Atkinson Hobson John King 18. Irving Fisher Robert W. Dimand PART III: MAJOR WORKS 19. A Treatise on Probability Rod O'Donnell 20. Indian Currency and Finance Rebecca Gomez-Betancourt 21. The Economic Consequences of the Peace Robert W. Dimand 22. A Tract on Monetary Reform Robert W. Dimand 23. The Economic Consequences of Mr. Churchill Robert W. Dimand 24. The End of Laissez-Faire Sherry Davis Kasper 25. Am I a Liberal? Robert W. Dimand 26. Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren Harald Hagemann 27. A Treatise on Money Ingo Barens 28. Essays in Biography Geoff Harcourt 29. Lectures on `The Monetary Theory of Production' and `The General Theory of Employment' Robert W. Dimand 30. The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money Robert Skidelsky 31. How to Pay for the War Peter Spahn PART IV: ECONOMIC ANALYSIS 32. The Quantity Theory of Money Arash Molavi Vassei 33. The Multiplier Robert W. Dimand 34. Say's Law Harald Hagemann 35. Effective Demand Paul Davidson 36. Unemployment Sylvie Rivot 37. Wages and Employment Harald Hagemann 38. Consumption and Saving Volker Caspari 39. Investment, Expectations and the Marginal Efficiency of Capital Jan Kregel 40. Liquidity Preference Victoria Chick 41. Risk and Uncertainty Sheila Dow 42. IS-LM Warren Young 43. The Finance Motive Jan Kregel 44. The Keynes-Sraffa-Hayek Controversy Heinz D. Kurz 45. Econometrics: The Keynes-Tinbergen controversy Marcel Boumans and Neil De Marchi 46. Trade Cycle Daniele Besomi 47. Mercantilism Lars Magnusson 48. Imperfect Competition Rodolphe Dos Santos Ferreira PART V: Critics and contemporaries 49. Arthur Cecil Pigou Nahid Aslanbeigui and Guy Oakes 50. Dennis Holme Robertson Mauro Boianovsky and Charles Goodhart 51. Joseph Alois Schumpeter Harald Hagemann 52. Lionel Robbins Susan Howson 53. Ralph George Hawtrey David Glasner 54. Friedrich August Hayek Hansjoerg Klausinger 55. Bertil Ohlin Hans-Michael Trautwein 56. William H. Beveridge Robert W. Dimand 57. Michal Kalecki Malcolm Sawyer PART VI: ASSOCIATES 58. Piero Sraffa Heinz Kurz 59. Roy Forbes Harrod Daniele Besomi 60. Richard Ferdinand Kahn Maria Cristina Marcuzzo 61. Joan Violet Robinson Prue Kerr 62. James Edward Meade Susan Howson 63. Colin Clark Alex Millmow 64. Richard Stone Ron P. Smith 65. Lorie Tarshis Robert W. Dimand 66. David Champernowne Mauro Boianovsky PART VII: LEGACY AND IMPACT 67. John Richard Hicks Omar Hamouda 68. G.L.S. Shackle Bruce Littleboy 69. Alvin Harvey Hansen Roger E. Backhouse 70. Mabel Timlin Robert W. Dimand 71. Paul Anthony Samuelson Roger E. Backhouse 72. Lawrence Klein Robert W. Dimand 73. Franco Modigliani Michael Szenberg and Lall Ramrattan 74. Robert M. Solow Michael Assous 75. James Tobin Robert W. Dimand 76. Nicholas Kaldor A.P. Thirlwall 77. Milton Friedman Sylvie Rivot 78. Harry Gordon Johnson Donald Moggridge 79. Don Patinkin Goulven Rubin 80. Robert W. Clower Peter Howitt 81. Axel Leijonhufvud Hans-Michael Trautwein 82. Hyman Minsky L. Randall Wray 83. Sidney Weintraub Paul Davidson 84. Post-Keynesian Economics Eckhard Hein and Marc Lavoie 85. New Keynesian Macroeconomics Peter Spahn 86. The Phillips Curve James Forder 87. The Rise, Fall, and Return of the `Master' Peter Clarke PART VIII: KEYNESIANISM IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES 88. Keynesianism in the United Kingdom Geoff Tily 89. Keynesianism in the United States Mathew Forstater 90. Keynesianism in Canada Robert W. Dimand 91. Keynesianism in Germany Harald Hagemann 92. Keynesianism in France Goulven Rubin 93. Keynesianism in Italy Piero Bini 94. Keynesianism in Japan Masazumi Wakatabe 95. Keynesianism in Australia John W. Neville and Peter Kriesler Index

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Edited by Robert W. Dimand, Professor of Economics, Brock University, Canada and Harald Hagemann, Professor Emeritus of Economic Theory, University of Hohenheim, Germany


`Imaginatively edited and extremely wide-ranging, this always readable and sometimes provocative collection vividly displays the depth, breadth and persistence of Keynes's influence on our discipline: particularly recommended as a reliable cure for the intellectual indigestion so often brought on by overindulging in any of today's DSGE-heavy diets.' -- David Laidler, University of Western Ontario, Canada
`To create a macroeconomics for this century, economists cannot do better than to build on the legacy of Keynes, the great economist of the last century. The Elgar Companion to John Maynard Keynes provides essential background, context, and analysis for understanding Keynes's work. I wish it had been available when I was preparing my own contribution to the rejuvenation of ideas that were revolutionary when Keynes propounded them more than 80 years ago and remain revolutionary to this day.' -- Stephen Marglin, Harvard University, US

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