Preface; Part I. Keynes's Unaccomplished Revolution (The Federico Caffe Lectures, 1995) : 1. A decision to break with Orthodoxy; 2. The 'revolution' after Keynes; References for Part I; Part II. The Cambridge School of Keynesian Economics: 3. Richard Ferdinand Kahn, 1905-1989 co-author of the General Theory?; 4. Joan Violet Robinson, 1903-1983 the woman who missed the Nobel Prize in economics; 5. Nicholas Kaldor, 1908-1986 growth, income distribution, technical progress; 6. Pierro Sraffa, 1898-1983 the critical mind; 7. Richard Murphey Goodwin, 1913-1996 The missed Keynes-Schumpeter connection; 8. References for Part II; Part III. Towards a Production Paradigm for an Expanding Economy: 9. Beyond neoclassical economics; 10. The stage of 'pure economic theory'; 11. The stage of institutional investigation; 12. Back to the future of the 'Keynesian revolution'; References for Part III; Index.
Keynes and the Cambridge Keynesians traces the historical development of Keynesian economics.
Luigi L. Pasinetti is Professor Emeritus at the Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, Italy. He was a student of Pierro Sraffa and a leading member of the second generation of Cambridge Keynesians.