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Review of Keynesian Economics

2012 - 2021

Current editor(s): Thomas Palley, Matías Vernengo and Esteban Pérez Caldentey

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Volume 9, issue 4, 2021

Rent-seeking and asset-price inflation: a total-returns profile of economic polarization in America* pp. 435-460 Downloads
Michael Hudson
Financialization revisited: the economics and political economy of the vampire squid economy pp. 461–492 Downloads
Thomas Palley
Financialization, premature deindustrialization, and instability in Latin America* pp. 493–511 Downloads
Esteban Pérez Caldentey and Matías Vernengo
Globalization of capital, erosion of economic policy sovereignty, and the lessons from John Maynard Keynes pp. 512–520 Downloads
Biagio Bossone
Effectiveness of capital controls in dampening international shocks pp. 521–551 Downloads
Chokri Zehri
China: capital flight or renminbi internationalization? pp. 552–574 Downloads
Paulo van Noije, Bruno De Conti and Marina Zucker-Marques
Book review: Geoff Mann, In the Long Run, We are All Dead: Keynesianism, Political Economy, and Revolution (Verso Books, London, UK 2017) 432 pp pp. 575–578 Downloads
Nina Eichacker
Book review: Zachary D. Carter, The Price of Peace: Money, Democracy, and the Life of John Maynard Keynes (Random House, New York, NY, USA 2020) 656 pp pp. 579–581 Downloads
Matías Vernengo

Volume 9, issue 3, 2021

Distribution, wealth and demand regimes in historical perspective: the USA, the UK, France and Germany, 1855–2010 Online Appendices pp. 1-14 Downloads
Engelbert Stockhammer, Joel Rabinovich and Niall Reddy
Household indebtedness, distribution, and bargaining power under distribution-induced technological change: a macroeconomic analysis pp. 297-318 Downloads
Eric Kemp-Benedict and Y.K. Kim
Human capital accumulation, income distribution, and economic growth: a demand-led analytical framework pp. 319-336 Downloads
Gilberto Lima, Laura Barbosa de Carvalho and Gustavo Pereira Serra
Distribution, wealth and demand regimes in historical perspective: the USA, the UK, France and Germany, 1855–2010 pp. 337-367 Downloads
Engelbert Stockhammer, Joel Rabinovich and Niall Reddy
Omitted-variable bias in demand-regime estimations: the role of household credit and wage inequality in Brazil pp. 368-393 Downloads
Julia Burle and Laura Barbosa de Carvalho
Wage- and profit-led growth regimes: a panel-data approach pp. 394-412 Downloads
Guilherme de Oliveira and Eduardo Prado Souza
A note on ‘Wage-led versus profit-led demand regimes: the long and the short of it’ pp. 413-424 Downloads
Lilian Rolim
Life among the Econ: 50 years on pp. 425-428 Downloads
Thomas Palley
Book review: Ajit Sinha, A Revolution in Economic Theory: The Economics of Piero Sraffa (Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, New York, NY, USA and Melbourne, Australia 2016) 264 pp pp. 429-431 Downloads
Enes Işık
Book review: Book review: Sergio Cesaratto, Heterodox Challenges in Economics: Theoretical Issues and the Crisis of the Eurozone (Springer, Cham, Switzerland 2020) 296 pp pp. 432-434 Downloads
Karsten Kohler

Volume 9, issue 2, 2021

The macroeconomics of COVID-19: a two-sector interpretation pp. 165-174 Downloads
Halvor Mehlum and Ragnar Torvik
Thirlwall's law is not a tautology, but some empirical tests of it nearly are pp. 175-203 Downloads
Robert Blecker
A macroeconomic critique of integrated assessment environmental models: the case of Brazil pp. 204-231 Downloads
Rafael Cattan and Florent McIsaac
External balance sheets of emerging economies: low-yielding assets, high-yielding liabilities pp. 232-252 Downloads
Yılmaz Akyüz
Questioning the effect of the real exchange rate on growth: new evidence from Mexico pp. 253-269 Downloads
Florencia Médici, Agustín Mario and Alejandro Fiorito
Expectations and exchange rates in a Keynes–Harvey model: an analysis of the Brazilian case from 2002 to 2017 pp. 270-288 Downloads
Leandro Vieira Araújo Lima and Fábio Henrique Bittes Terra
Book review: Adem Yavuz Elveren, The Economics of Military Spending: A Marxist Perspective (Routledge, London, UK and New York, NY, USA 2019) 224 pp pp. 289-291 Downloads
David M. Fields
Book review: Naomi Lamoreaux and Ian Shapiro (eds), The Bretton Woods Agreements: Together with Scholarly Commentaries and Essential Historical Documents (Yale University Press, New Haven, CT, USA 2019) 504 pp pp. 292-295 Downloads
Adrien Faudot

Volume 9, issue 1, 2021

The Godley-Tobin memorial lecture: Animal spirits and viral popular narratives pp. 1-10 Downloads
Robert J. Shiller
Can loss aversion shed light on the deflation puzzle? pp. 11-42 Downloads
Jenny N. Lye and Ian M. McDonald
Money creation in the modern economy: an appraisal pp. 43-60 Downloads
Jacob Stevens
Explaining global imbalances: the role of central-bank intervention and the rise of sovereign wealth funds pp. 61-82 Downloads
Richard Senner and Didier Sornette
The evolution of China's monetary policy: on the horns of a dilemma pp. 83-108 Downloads
Ramaa Vasudevan
The evolution of China's monetary policy: on the horns of a dilemma pp. 109-138 Downloads
Santiago Capraro and Carlo Panico
Monetary policy effectiveness in the liquidity trap: a switching regimes approach pp. 139-155 Downloads
Dimitris Kirikos
Book review: Mauro L. Baranzini and Amalia Mirante, Luigi L. Pasinetti: An Intellectual Biography (Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK 2018) 390 pp pp. 156-159 Downloads
Daniele Schilirò
Book review: George Selgin, Floored! How a Misguided Fed Experiment Deepened and Prolonged the Great Recession (CATO Institute, Washington, DC, USA 2018) 230 pp pp. 160-163 Downloads
Ahmad A. Borazan

Volume 8, issue 4, 2020

In memoriam: Julio López Gallardo (22 September 1941 – 3 May 2020) pp. 469-471 Downloads
Gerardo Fujii-Gambero, Juan Carlos Moreno-Brid, Carlo Panico and Martín Puchet Anyul
What's wrong with Modern Money Theory: macro and political economic restraints on deficit-financed fiscal policy pp. 472–493 Downloads
Thomas Palley
Beyond Modern Money Theory: a Post-Keynesian approach to the currency hierarchy, monetary sovereignty, and policy space pp. 494–511 Downloads
Daniela Prates
Can tax competition boost demand? Causes and consequences of the global race to the bottom in corporate tax rates pp. 512–535 Downloads
Ryan Woodgate
Employment hysteresis: an argument for avoiding front-loaded fiscal consolidations in the eurozone pp. 536–559 Downloads
Paulo R. Mota, Abel L.C. Fernandes and Paulo B. Vasconcelos
Peripheral Europe beyond the Troika: assessing the ‘success’ of structural reforms in driving the Spanish recovery pp. 560–588 Downloads
Luis Cárdenas, Paloma Villanueva, Ignacio Alvarez and Jorge Uxó
Macroeconomic performance under evolutionary dynamics of employee profit-sharing pp. 589–615 Downloads
Gilberto Lima and Jaylson Jair da Silveira
Fiscal policy in a depressed economy: a note pp. 616–621 Downloads
Robert Rowthorn
Book review: Aleksandr V. Gevorkyan, Transition Economies: Transformation, Development, and Society in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union (Routledge, New York, NY, USA 2018) 272 pp pp. 622–623 Downloads
Gonzalo Luis Fernández
Book review: Esteban Pérez Caldentey, Roy Harrod (Great Thinkers in Economics, Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK 2019) 455 pp pp. 624–628 Downloads
Víctor Manuel Isidro Luna and Francisco Antonio Martínez Hernández

Volume 8, issue 3, 2020

Autonomous demand and the investment share: Online appendices pp. 1-14 Downloads
Daniele Girardi and Riccardo Pariboni
Introduction to the symposium pp. 311-312 Downloads
Ricardo Summa and Fabio Freitas
A baseline supermultiplier model for the analysis of fiscal policy and government debt pp. 313-338 Downloads
Fabio Freitas
Workers' debt-financed consumption: a supermultiplier stock-flow consistent model pp. 339-364 Downloads
Gabriel Vieira Mandarino, Claudio H. Dos Santos and Antonio Carlos Macedo e Silva
Stagnation and unnaturally low interest rates: a simple critique of the amended New Consensus and the Sraffian supermultiplier alternative pp. 365-384 Downloads
Franklin Serrano, Ricardo Summa and Vivian Garrido Moreira
Some observations on endogeneity in the normal rate of capacity utilisation pp. 385-406 Downloads
Brett Fiebiger
A critical evaluation of some Kaleckian proposals to deal with the issue of convergence towards normal capacity utilization pp. 407-427 Downloads
Guilherme Haluska
Autonomous demand and the investment share pp. 428-453 Downloads
Daniele Girardi and Riccardo Pariboni
Investment rate, growth, and the accelerator effect in the supermultiplier model: the case of Brazil pp. 454-466 Downloads
Julia Braga
Book review: Nicola Acocella, Rediscovering Economic Policy as a Discipline (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK 2018) 424 pp pp. 467-468 Downloads
Matías Vernengo

Volume 8, issue 2, 2020

A Structuralist and Institutionalist developmental assessment of and reaction to New Developmentalism pp. 147-167 Downloads
Carlos Aguiar de Medeiros
New and Classical Developmentalism compared: a response to Medeiros pp. 168-177 Downloads
Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira
Modeling the real exchange rate: looking for evidence of wage-share effect pp. 178-194 Downloads
Verónica De Jesús Romo and Julio López Gallardo
Making sense of Piketty's 'fundamental laws' in a Post-Keynesian framework: the transitional dynamics of wealth inequality pp. 195-219 Downloads
Stefan Ederer and Miriam Rehm
Autonomous expenditures and induced investment: a panel test of the Sraffian supermultiplier model in European countries pp. 220-239 Downloads
José A. Pérez-Montiel and Carles Manera Erbina
Distribution and capacity utilization in the United States: evidence from state-level data pp. 240-267 Downloads
Luke Petach
Using non-linear estimation strategies to test an extended version of the Goodwin model on the US economy pp. 268-286 Downloads
Julio Fernando Costa Santos and Ricardo Araujo
Understanding the Brazilian demand regime: a Kaleckian approach pp. 287-302 Downloads
Bruno Tomio
Corrigendum pp. 303 Downloads
Thomas Palley
Book review: Jane D'Arista, All Fall Down: Debt, Deregulation and Financial Crises (Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA 2018) 240 pp pp. 304-306 Downloads
Gökçer Özgür
Book review: John Smithin, Rethinking the Theory of Money, Credit, and Macroeconomics (Lexington Books, Lanham, MD, USA 2018) 239 pp pp. 307-309 Downloads
Gregory A. Krohn

Volume 8, issue 1, 2020

The Godley-Tobin lecture pp. 1-20 Downloads
Robert Rowthorn
Do current times vindicate Keynes and is New Keynesian macroeconomics Keynesian? pp. 21-22 Downloads
Thomas Palley, Esteban Perez Caldentey and Matías Vernengo
Keynesian economics: can it return if it never died? pp. 23-35 Downloads
Barry Eichengreen
THe much-exaggerated death of Keynesian economics pp. 36-45 Downloads
Robert Dimand
Was Keynesian economics ever dead? If so, has it been resurrected? pp. 46-60 Downloads
Steven Fazzari
Reviving Keynesianism: the modelling of the financial system makes the difference pp. 61-83 Downloads
Peter Bofinger
The return of Keynes and the Phillips curve in Latin America: evidence from four countries pp. 84-101 Downloads
Esteban Perez Caldentey, Nathan Perry and Matías Vernengo
Tobin (1975) meets rational expectations pp. 102-118 Downloads
Emiliano Libman
Why does the history of economic thought neglect Post-Keynesian economics? pp. 119-137 Downloads
Danielle Guizzo
Book review: Ann E. Davis, Money as a Social Institution: The Institutional Development of Capitalism (Routledge, New York, NY, USA 2017) 208 pp pp. 138-141 Downloads
Victor Manuel Isidro Luna
Book review: Darrell M. West, The Future of Work: Robots, AI, and Automation (Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC, USA 2018) 205 pp pp. 142-145 Downloads
Kevin Cashman
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