On Skidelsky's Keynes and Other Essays "Selected Essays of G. C. Harcourt"
por Harcourt, G.C.
Resumen del libro
The collected essays in this volume chart the development of the Cambridge School of economists over the past twenty-eight years, profiling prominent thinkers who influenced the author. Geoffrey Harcourt has made major contributions to the development of post-Keynesian thought, and his theories, influences and passions are elucidated in this selection of essays. Essays range from intellectual biographies, autobiographical writings on political economy, politics and religion, and theoretical discussions of post-Keynesian policies. The author also reviews major works in recent scholarship, including Robert Skidelsky's evaluation of Keynes's many dimensional life and works.
PART I: TITLE ESSAY On Skidelsky's Keynes PART II: AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY Political Economy, Politics and Religion PART III: POST-KEYNESIAN THEORY A Teaching Model of the 'Keynesian' System On Keynes and Chick on Prices in Modern Capitalism On Specifying the Demand for Imports in Macroeconomic Models The Theoretical and Political Importance of Keynes The Rise and Fall of Economic Neo-liberalism in Theory and Practice Price Theory and Multinational Oligopoly PART IV: REVIEW ARTICLES A Revolution Yet to Be Accomplished The Collected Writings of an Indian Sage PART V: SURVEYS Keynes and the Cambridge School What is the Cambridge Approach to Economics? PART VI: POLICY Markets, Madness and a Middle Way Revisited Finance, Speculation and Stability PART VII: INTELLECTUAL BIOGRAPHIES AND TRIBUTES Tom Asimakopulos Keith Septimus Frearson William Brian Reddaway Sukhamoy Chakravarty David Gawen Champerowne Robin Matthews PART VIII: GENERAL ESSAYS Economics: From Moral Science to Game Theory 100 Years of the Economics Tripos