New Keynesian Economics/Post Keynesian Alternatives

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INDEX
note: numbers in bold indicate where entry is discussed at length.
a
aggregate production functions 284
Akerlof, G. 46 , 107 , 163 , 216 , 228 , 241 , 260
Amadeo, E. 318
Arestis, P. 230
Arthur, B. 283 , 290
aspiration gap 183
Azariadis, C. 304

b
Ball, L. 65 , 208
Barens, I. 320
bastard Keynesianism 42
Becker, G. 167
Bentham, J. 337
Bernanke, B. 215 -18, 230 , 245 -46
Blanchard, O. 31 - 32 , 66 , 69 , 138 , 271 , 304 , 315
Blaug, M. 300 - 301
Blinder, A. 6 , 69
Bourgeois, L. 159

c
Calomiris, C. 258 , 261
capital stock adjustment principle 71 -2.
Caravale, G. 151
catastrophe theory 289
Champernowne, D. 63
chaos theory 289 , 340
classical axioms 30
classical dichotomy 3 - 5 , 53 , 59 , 68 , 69 , 128 , 208
Clower, R. 132
Coase, R. 13 , 43
Colander, D. 120 , 321
competition;
perfect 129 ;
imperfect 23 -4, 129
Cooper, R. 64 , 132 , 259
coordination problems 64 -7, 259 , 281 -2
Cottrell, A. 320
credit markets 201
credit rationing and bank redlining 256 -7
critical realism 69
Cross, R. 168

d
Davidson, P. 2 , 67 , 96 , 181 , 229 -34, 237 , 260 , 299 , 300 , 301 , 321 , 355
Davis, J. 176
degree of competition 12 , 15,39,58 , 67
deposit insurance and bank insolvency, 254 -5
distribution 104 , 108 , 367 -9
Dobb, M. 70
Duesenberry, J. 95
Durkheim, E. 159
Dutt, A. 169 -71, 181
Dymski, G. 239 -40, 261

e
Earl, P. 240
Ees, H. 120
efficiency wages 103 , 119 , 122 -5, 148,184 -5;
and aggregate demand 129 -32
Einstein’s general theory of relativity 15
Elster, J. 175
endogenous money 6 , 21 -2, 78 - 80 , 201,205,214,339
ergodic hypothesis 36
Evans, M. 95
exogenous money 6 , 208

f
Fair, R. 95
Farmer, M. 222
Farmer, R. 247 , 261 , 304 , 319
Fazzari, S. 214 -18, 232
Fischer, S. 271 , 304 , 315

-396-

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