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European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention

2004 - 2022

Current editor(s): Torsten Niechoj

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Volume 19, issue 1, 2022

Editorial pp. 1 Downloads
‘The trading behaviour in financial markets and the impacts on the real economy became the theme of my life’ pp. 2-8 Downloads
Eckhard Hein and Torsten Niechoj
E pur si muove: Peter Flaschel's contributions to macroeconomic theory and disequilibrium economic modeling pp. 9-15 Downloads
Christian R. Proaño, Gangolf Groh and Willi Semmler
Editorial to the special issue pp. 16-18 Downloads
Eckhard Hein, Hansjörg Herr, Valeria Jimenez and Jan Priewe
Growth in the ecological transition: green, zero or de-growth? pp. 19-40 Downloads
Jan Priewe
The macroeconomic implications of zero growth: a post-Keynesian approach pp. 41-60 Downloads
Eckhard Hein and Valeria Jimenez
Inequality, non-linear consumption behaviour, and monetary growth imperatives pp. 61-88 Downloads
Anja Janischewski
Would a zero-growth economy be achievable and be sustainable? pp. 89-102 Downloads
Giuseppe Fontana and Malcolm Sawyer
The role of labor in a socio-ecological transition: combining post-Keynesian and ecological economics perspectives pp. 103-118 Downloads
Birte Strunk, Stefan Ederer and Armon Rezai
Buying into inequality: a macroeconomic analysis linking accelerated obsolescence, interpersonal inequality, and potential for degrowth pp. 119-137 Downloads
Antoine Monserand
Economics of digital decoupling: a pluralistic analysis pp. 138-158 Downloads
Steffen Lange
Transformation of capitalism to enforce ecologically sustainable GDP growth: lessons from Keynes and Schumpeter pp. 159-173 Downloads
Hansjörg Herr
Book review: Krugman, P. (2020): Arguing with Zombies, New York, NY, USA (416 pages, W.W. Norton and Company, hardcover, ISBN 978-1-324-00501-8) pp. 174-176 Downloads
Junaid B. Jahangir
Book review: Marglin, Stephen A. (2021): Raising Keynes: A Twenty-First Century General Theory, Cambridge, MA, USA (896 pages, Harvard University Press, hardcover, ISBN 978-0-674-97102-8) pp. 177-182 Downloads
Junaid B. Jahangir

Volume 18, issue 3, 2021

‘We need long-term commitments in the form of public investment' pp. 266–274 Downloads
Marc Lavoie
The methodology for assessing interest-rate policy rules: some comments pp. 275–285 Downloads
Martin Watts
The methodology for assessing interest-rate policy rules: a reply pp. 286–292 Downloads
John Smithin
Saving and Investment in the Twenty-First Century: The Great Divergence – some comments from a post-Keynesian perspective pp. 293–302 Downloads
Eckhard Hein
On capital, saving, and investment in the twenty-first century: a reply to Hein pp. 303–309 Downloads
Carl Christian von Weizsäcker and Hagen M. Krämer
Central banks and inflation: where do we stand and how did we get here? pp. 310–330 Downloads
Karl Whelan
The political economy of inflation pp. 331–343 Downloads
Frances Coppola
Migrant inflows, capital outflows, growth and distribution: should we control capital rather than immigration? pp. 344–363 Downloads
Emiliano Brancaccio, Andrea Califano and Fabiana De Cristofaro
Does a job guarantee pay off? The fiscal costs of fighting long-term unemployment in Austria pp. 364–378 Downloads
Simon Theurl and Dennis Tamesberger
The Troika’s conditionalities during the Greek financial crisis of 2010–2014: the Washington Consensus is alive, well, and here to stay pp. 379–403 Downloads
John Marangos
Book review: Heine, Michael and Hansjörg Herr (2021): The European Central Bank, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK (208 pages, Agenda Publishing, hardcover, ISBN 978-1-78821-294-6; softcover, ISBN 978-1-78821-295-3; ebook, ISBN 978-1-78821-296-0) pp. 404–406 Downloads
Torsten Niechoj
Book review: Beker, Victor A. (2021): Preventing the Next Financial Crisis, Routledge, Abingdon, UK and New York, NY, USA (172 pages, hardcover, ISBN 978-0-367-48398-2) pp. 407–410 Downloads
Guillermo J. Escudé

Volume 18, issue 2, 2021

‘It is clear that this kind of deregulated capitalism will not survive in the end’ Interview with Hansjörg Herr pp. 111-118 Downloads
Eckhard Hein
The twilight of neoliberalism in the USA? pp. 119–144 Downloads
Trevor Evans
Searching for new fiscal rules in the euro area: a new proposal pp. 145–159 Downloads
Jan Priewe
Editorial to the special issue pp. 160–162 Downloads
Jan Behringer, Sebastian Gechert, Hansjörg Herr, Jan Priewe, Heike Joebges and Andrew Watt
The European Central Bank: the time is ripe for a major revision of its strategy pp. 163–176 Downloads
Peter Bofinger
The COVID-19 crisis and counter-cyclical policies in Brazil pp. 177–197 Downloads
Luiz Fernando de Paula
The COVID-19 crisis and counter-cyclical policies in Brazil pp. 198–206 Downloads
Daniele Tavani
Can trade help with fighting the pandemic? Evidence from imports of Chinese medical products pp. 207–222 Downloads
Bo Xu Laike Yang
US employment inequality in the Great Recession and the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 223–239 Downloads
Steven Fazzari
Post-COVID-19 Asia will grow strongly in 2021 but structural problems continue to pile up pp. 240–258 Downloads
Alicia Garcia Herrero
Book review: Cesaratto, Sergio (2020): Heterodox Challenges in Economics: Theoretical Issues and the Crisis of the Eurozone, Cham, Switzerland (277 pages, Springer, softcover, ISBN 978-3-030-54447-8; also available as an ebook) pp. 259–262 Downloads
Marc Lavoie
Book review: Joo, Sangyong, Kangkoo Lee, Won Jun Nah, Su Min Jeon and Dong-Hee Joe (2020): The Income-Led Growth in Korea: Status, Prospects and Lessons for Other Countries, Sejong, South Korea (223 pages, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, softcover ISBN 978-89-322-1764-2) pp. 263–264 Downloads
Marc Lavoie

Volume 18, issue 1, 2021

Interview with Jerzy Osiatyński: Linking economics with economic policy-making pp. 1-10 Downloads
Grzegorz Konat
‘Manna from heaven’: does the presence of central banks make technical analysis profitable? pp. 11-28 Downloads
Smita Roy Trivedi
Technological progress, non-price factors competitiveness, and changes in trade income elasticities: empirical evidence from South Korea and Hong Kong pp. 29-54 Downloads
Marco Flávio Cunha Resende, Vitor Leone, Daniela Almeida Raposo Torres and Simeon Coleman
Do fiscal rules decrease public investment? Evidence from European panel data pp. 55-76 Downloads
Sebastiaan Wijsman and Christophe Crombez
Public expenditure and growth: the Indian case pp. 77-101 Downloads
A. Bhatt Hakhu and Claudio Sardoni
Book review: Mazier, Jacques (2020): Global Imbalances and Financial Capitalism: Stock-Flow-Consistent Modelling, London, UK and New York, NY, USA (318 pages, Routledge, hardcover, ISBN 978-1-138-34558-4; also available as ebook) pp. 102-105 Downloads
Marc Lavoie
Book review: Furtado, Celso (2020): The Myth of Economic Development, Medford, MA, USA and Cambridge, UK (111 pages, Polity Press, hardcover, ISBN 978-1-5095-4013-6; softcover, ISBN 978-1-5095-4014-3; ebook, ISBN 978-1-5095-4015-0) pp. 106-109 Downloads
Santiago Graña Colella and Mariana Pellegrini
List of reviewers pp. 110 Downloads

Volume 17, issue 3, 2020

Editorial pp. 277 Downloads
The Editors
‘I have never held models as depictions of anything real; they are just tools for understanding some aspects of the real world’: Interview with Amitava K. Dutt pp. 278-285 Downloads
Eckhard Hein and Marc Lavoie
A note on Heterodox Macroeconomics by Blecker and Setterfield pp. 286–294 Downloads
Emiliano Libman
On multi-sector and multi-technique models, production functions and Goodwin cycles: a reply to Libman pp. 295-306 Downloads
Robert Blecker and Mark Setterfield
Editorial to the special issue pp. 307-312 Downloads
Mark Setterfield
The economics of Basil Moore: slow progress toward horizontalism pp. 313-324 Downloads
Louis-Philippe Rochon
The long road to accommodative central banking: the US case pp. 325-338 Downloads
Jane Knodell
Monetary economics after the global financial crisis: what has happened to the endogenous money theory? pp. 339-355 Downloads
Giuseppe Fontana, Riccardo Realfonzo and Marco Veronese Passarella
Endogenous money in an era of financialization pp. 356-366 Downloads
Malcolm Sawyer
Endogenous money, liquidity and monetary reform pp. 367-380 Downloads
Sheila Dow
Interest rates, income distribution and the monetary policy transmissions mechanism under endogenous money: what have we learned 30 years on from Horizontalists and Verticalists? pp. 381-398 Downloads
John Smithin
Economics Group, UTS Business School, University of Technology Sydney, Australia pp. 399-412 Downloads
Peter Docherty
Book review: Šaski, K. (2019): Lectures in Macroeconomics: A Capitalist Economy Without Unemployment, Jerzy Osiatyński and Jan Toporowski (eds), Oxford, UK and New York, NY, USA (192 pages, Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0-19-884211-8) pp. 413-417 Downloads
Eckhard Hein

Volume 17, issue 2, 2020

Why 3 and 60 per cent? The rationale of the reference values for fiscal deficits and debt in the European Economic and Monetary Union pp. 111-126 Downloads
Jan Priewe
Editorial to the special issue pp. 127-128 Downloads
Jan Behringer, Sebastian Gechert, Jan Priewe, Torsten Niechoj and Andrew Watt
Recovering from Maastricht pp. 129-138 Downloads
Agnès Bénassy-Quéré
Stuck on the wrong track: 20 years of euro disillusion, denial, and delusion pp. 139-155 Downloads
Jörg Bibow
Fiscal policies in a monetary union: the eurozone case pp. 156-170 Downloads
Gennaro Zezza
The ECB's policy under the presidency of Mario Draghi: a curse or a blessing for Europe? pp. 171-182 Downloads
Peter Bofinger
Fiscal and financial conditions for a stronger euro area pp. 183-193 Downloads
Vítor Constâncio
Editorial to the special issue pp. 194-195 Downloads
Torsten Niechoj and Marc Lavoie
The Cambridge–Cambridge controversy on the theory of capital: 50 years after pp. 196-207 Downloads
Harald Hagemann
Böhm-Bawerk and Hicks modernized pp. 208-219 Downloads
Carl Christian von Weizsäcker
What remains of the Cambridge critique of capital theory, if reswitching and reverse capital deepening are empirically rare and theoretically unlikely? pp. 220-240 Downloads
Bertram Schefold
The theory of value and distribution and the problem of capital pp. 241-264 Downloads
Heinz Kurz
On the empirical regularities of Sraffa prices pp. 265-275 Downloads
Anwar Shaikh, José Alejandro Coronado and Luiza Nassif-Pires

Volume 17, issue 1, 2020

‘If you are convinced that post-Keynesian economics is a good way of thinking, get on with it’: Interview with Victoria Chick pp. 1-8 Downloads
Marc Lavoie
Heterodox economics as seen by Geoffrey Hodgson: an assessment pp. 9-18 Downloads
Marc Lavoie
Is there scientific progress in macroeconomics? The case of the NAIRU pp. 19-38 Downloads
Dany Lang, Mark Setterfield and Ibrahim Shikaki
What do the value-at-risk measure and the respective legislative framework really offer to financial stability? Critical views and pro-cyclicality pp. 39-60 Downloads
Evangelos Vasileiou and Themistoclis Pantos
An attempt at a reconciliation of the Sraffian and Kaleckian views on desired utilization pp. 61-77 Downloads
Reiner Franke
Inflation targeting, disinflation, and debt traps in Argentina pp. 78-105 Downloads
Emiliano Libman and Gabriel Palazzo
Book review: Brancaccio, E. and Califano, A. (2018): Anti-Blanchard Macroeconomics, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA (158 pages, Edward Elgar Publishing, hardcover, also available as paperback and ebook, ISBN 978-1-78811-899-6) pp. 106-109 Downloads
Torsten Niechoj
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