Anticipations of the General Theory?: And Other Essays on Keynes

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University of Chicago Press, 1 Νοε 1984 - 308 σελίδες
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This book examines the much-debated question of whether John Maynard Keynes' greatest work—The General Theory of Employment Interest and Money—was an instance of Mertonian simultaneous scientific discovery. In part I of this study, Don Patinkin argues for Keynes' originality, rejecting the claims of the Stockholm school and the Polish economist Michal Kalecki. Patinkin shows that the theoretical problems to which the Stockholm school and Kalecki devoted their attention largely differed from those of the General Theory and that, even when the problem addressed was similar, the treatment they accorded it was not part of their central messages. In the remaining parts of the book Patinkin presents a critique of Keynes' theory of effective demand and discusses Keynes' monetary theory and policy thinking, as well as the relationship between the respective developments of Keynesian theory and national income accounting in the 1930s.
  

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Anticipations of the General Theory?
3
The Stockholm School
36
Michaf Kalecki
58
The Significance of the Central Message
79
The Theory of Effective Demand
121
Monetary Theory and Policy
163
Keynes and the Multiplier
189
Theory and Measurement
221
Page References to Other Editions of the Tract
271
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