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European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention

2004 - 2021

Current editor(s): Torsten Niechoj

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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 C. 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
Joerg 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

Volume 16, issue 3, 2019

Editorial to the special issue on the economics of Kazimierz Å aski pp. 287-290 Downloads
Eckhard Hein, Martin Riese and Bernhard Schütz
An interview with Professor Kazimierz Å aski pp. 291-301 Downloads
Grzegorz Konat
Kazimierz Å aski's Lectures in Macroeconomics under financial capitalism pp. 302-317 Downloads
Jerzy Osiatyński
Kazimierz Å aski and the scope and significance of the price mechanism pp. 318-326 Downloads
Jan Toporowski
From socialist command to a capitalist market economy: the case for an active state pp. 327-343 Downloads
Hubert Gabrisch
Nicholas Kaldor and Kazimierz Å aski on the pitfalls of the European integration process pp. 344-369 Downloads
Michael Landesmann
Is better economic integration in the EU possible? pp. 370-380 Downloads
Leon Podkaminer
Forty years of real-estate bubbles in the US and the macroeconomy: a Keynesian perspective pp. 381-402 Downloads
Herbert Walther
On understanding economic reality at the beginning of the twenty-first century: an essay in remembrance of Professor Laski pp. 403-419 Downloads
Josef Falkinger
Book review: Toporowski, Jan (2013): Michał Kalecki: An Intellectual Biography, Volume 1: Rendezvous in Cambridge, 1899–1939, Basingstoke, UK (184 pages, Palgrave Macmillan, hardcover, ISBN 978-0-230-21186-5) and Toporowski, Jan (2018): Michał Kalecki: An Intellectual Biography, Volume 2: By Intellect Alone, 1939–1970, Basingstoke, UK (289 pages, Palgrave Macmillan, hardcover, ISBN 978-3-319-69663-8) pp. 420-426 Downloads
Eckhard Hein
Book review: Baccaro, Lucio and Chris Howell (2017): Trajectories of Neoliberal Transformation: European Industrial Relations Since the 1970s, Cambridge, UK (261 pages, Cambridge University Press, hardcover, ISBN 978-1-10701-872-3) pp. 427-430 Downloads
Engelbert Stockhammer
Book review: Mitchell, William, L. Randall Wray and Martin Watts (2019): Macroeconomics, London, UK (573 pages, Red Globe Press, softcover, ISBN 978-1-137-61066-9) pp. 431-435 Downloads
Jo Michell

Volume 16, issue 2, 2019

The rise of national central banks' TARGET balances in the euro area: a comment pp. 161-168 Downloads
Andrea Terzi
The rise of national central banks' TARGET balances: a response to Andrea Terzi pp. 169-175 Downloads
Marcello Minenna, Giovanni Dosi and Andrea Roventini
Editorial pp. 176-178 Downloads
Jan Behringer, Sebastian Gechert, Ozlem Onaran and Miriam Rehm
An update on Kalecki–Minsky modelling pp. 179-192 Downloads
Engelbert Stockhammer
Feminist and stratification theories' lessons from the crisis and their relevance for post-Keynesian theory pp. 193-207 Downloads
Stephanie Seguino
Ten years after: capital flows and the global monetary order pp. 208-225 Downloads
Thomas Reininger, Helene Schuberth and Michael Wögerer
Risks of a slow-motion EMU reform pp. 226-237 Downloads
László Andor
Karl Marx: an early post-Keynesian? A comparison of Marx's economics with the contributions by Sraffa, Keynes, Kalecki and Minsky pp. 238-259 Downloads
Eckhard Hein
Marx and Keynes: from exploitation to employment pp. 260-271 Downloads
Fritz Helmedag
Karl Marx's thoughts on functional income distribution: a critical analysis from a Keynesian and Kaleckian perspective pp. 272-285 Downloads
Hansjörg Herr

Volume 16, issue 1, 2019

Interview with Jan Priewe pp. 1-7 Downloads
Eckhard Hein and Torsten Niechoj
From the European Monetary Union to a euro–bancor: a stock–flow consistent assessment pp. 8-26 Downloads
Jacques Mazier and Sebastian Valdecantos
Editorial to the special issue on empirical stock–flow consistent models pp. 27-30 Downloads
Gennaro Zezza
The macroeconomic effects of migrants' remittances in Moldova: a stock–flow consistent model pp. 31-54 Downloads
Edwin Le Heron and Nicolas Yol
From abstract to concrete: some tips for developing an empirical stock–flow consistent model pp. 55-93 Downloads
Marco Veronese Passarella
Crises and capital controls in small open economies: a stock–flow consistent approach pp. 94-133 Downloads
Hamid Raza, Bjorn Runar Gudmundsson, Gylfi Zoega and Mikael Randrup Byrialsen
On the design of empirical stock–flow consistent models pp. 134-158 Downloads
Gennaro Zezza and Francesco Zezza
Book review: Sawyer, Malcolm (2018): Can the Euro be Saved?, Cambridge, UK and Malden, MA, USA (138 pages, Polity Press, softcover, ISBN 978-1-509-51525-7) pp. 159-160 Downloads
Marc Lavoie
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