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Journal of Post Keynesian Economics

1978 - 2024

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Volume 47, issue 2, 2024

Militarization, gender inequality, and growth: a feminist-Kaleckian model pp. 245-262 Downloads
Adem Yavuz Elveren
Post-Keynesian economics and social policy: equality of opportunity or equality of place? pp. 263-281 Downloads
Camilo Andrés Guevara Castañeda
Labor cost, competitiveness, and imbalances within the eurozone pp. 282-345 Downloads
Loïck Tange
Does the Secular Stagnation hypothesis match the data? Evidence from the USA pp. 346-374 Downloads
Andrea Borsato
“To give additional credit to this paper”: the Lower Canada Army Bills and provisioning the state during the War of 1812 pp. 375-399 Downloads
Corey Leore
Inflation stabilization and normal utilization pp. 400-418 Downloads
Thomas R. Michl
Austrian vs Post Keynesian explanations of the business cycle: an empirical examination pp. 419-441 Downloads
John T. Harvey and Khanh Pham
Financialization, financial assets and productive investment in Latin America: evidence from large public listed companies 1995–2015 pp. 442-466 Downloads
Nicolas Hernán Zeolla and Juan Santarcángelo

Volume 47, issue 1, 2024

Public social services and sustainable development: estimating opportunities in the global south pp. 1-24 Downloads
Celia Lessa Kerstenetzky, Marcio Alvarenga Junior, Lucas Costa and Ricardo Bielschowsky
Social processes of oppression in the stratified economy and Veblenian feminist post Keynesian connections pp. 25-54 Downloads
Zdravka Todorova
Rethinking productivity: the crucial role of demand pp. 55-83 Downloads
Don Webber and Gissell Huaccha
Household debt, knowledge capital accumulation, and macrodynamic performance pp. 84-116 Downloads
Laura Barbosa de Carvalho, Gilberto Lima and Gustavo Pereira Serra
Fiscal expansion, government debt and economic growth: a post-Keynesian perspective pp. 117-154 Downloads
Pintu Parui
Real estate assets, heterogeneous firms, and debt stability pp. 155-188 Downloads
Jinsong Wang, Luoqiu Tang and Yueqiao Li
Convergence on inflation and divergence on price control among post Keynesian pioneers: insights from Galbraith and Lerner pp. 189-235 Downloads
Alexandre Chirat and Basile Clerc
The past is only prologue – not the future: response to my critics pp. 236-243 Downloads
Donald W. Katzner

Volume 46, issue 4, 2023

Editors’ Corner pp. 493-495 Downloads
Jan Kregel
Introduction for the special issue for Tracy Mott pp. 496-497 Downloads
Yavuz Yasar and Mark B. Lautzenheiser
Post-Keynesian liquidity preference theory four decades later: a reexamination pp. 498-516 Downloads
L. Randall Wray
Tracy Mott’s understanding of Kalecki’s economics pp. 517-526 Downloads
Jan Toporowski
The role of money and financial institutions in Kalecki and Keynes pp. 527-544 Downloads
Noemi Levy-Orlik
Secular stagnation and monopoly capitalism pp. 545-565 Downloads
Malcolm Sawyer
An analysis of UK swap yields pp. 566-586 Downloads
Tanweer Akram and Khawaja Mamun
Inflation and distribution during the post-COVID recovery: a Kaleckian approach pp. 587-611 Downloads
Mark Setterfield
Government spending with increasing risk: sovereign debt, liquidity preference, and the fiscal-monetary nexus pp. 612-635 Downloads
Nina Eichacker
Sectoral dynamics of industrial policy in a two-sector economy: the case of Korea’s heavy and chemical industry (HCI) promotion (1973–1979) pp. 636-675 Downloads
Joseph Jung

Volume 46, issue 3, 2023

Editors’ Corner pp. iii-iv Downloads
The Editors
The problem with probability pp. 379-399 Downloads
Donald W. Katzner
Shackle’s analysis of choice under uncertainty: its strengths, weaknesses and potential synergies with rival approaches pp. 400-419 Downloads
Peter Earl
The problem(s) with representing decision processes under uncertainty pp. 420-439 Downloads
Gilbert L. Skillman and Roberto Veneziani
Types of uncertainty and probability: some remarks pp. 440-449 Downloads
David Dequech
The problem with probability: comment pp. 450-464 Downloads
Andres F. Cantillo
On Keynes’s probability and uncertainty pp. 465-492 Downloads
Anna Carabelli

Volume 46, issue 2, 2023

The nature of money under a commodity standard: exogenous or endogenous? pp. 207-218 Downloads
German Feldman
Bank capital regulation and the Modigliani-Miller Theorem: a Post-Keynesian perspective pp. 219-242 Downloads
George Dotsis and Konstantinos Loizos
Empirical analysis of the financial fragility of Russian enterprises using the financial instability hypothesis pp. 243-273 Downloads
Elena Perepelkina and Ivan Rozmainsky
International financial integration and economic growth in developing and emerging economies: an empirical investigation pp. 274-302 Downloads
Samuel Peres, André Moreira Cunha and Luiza Peruffo
Two theories of endogenous money: an empirical study of Korea pp. 303-333 Downloads
Wonik Park
Building blocks of a heterodox business cycle theory pp. 334-358 Downloads
Robert Calvert Jump and Engelbert Stockhammer
Modern post-Keynesian approaches: continuities and ruptures with monetary circuit theory pp. 359-377 Downloads
Éric Berr and Virginie Monvoisin

Volume 46, issue 1, 2023

Fiscal sustainability under a paper standard: two paradigms pp. 1-31 Downloads
Andrea Terzi
Offshoring via vertical FDI in a long-run Kaleckian Model pp. 32-64 Downloads
Ryan Woodgate
A Kaleckian model of growth and distribution considering the effects of the urban informal sector pp. 65-86 Downloads
Henrique Paiva, João Gabriel Oliveira and Joanilio Teixeira
Apparent micro-realism in mainstream orthodox economics pp. 87-112 Downloads
Joaquim Vergés-Jaime
Climate change and macroeconomic policy space in developing and emerging economies pp. 113-141 Downloads
Anne Löscher and Annina Kaltenbrunner
The Baran Ratio, investment, and British economic growth and development pp. 142-172 Downloads
Thomas Lambert
Household debt, student loan forgiveness, and human capital investment: a neo-Kaleckian approach pp. 173-206 Downloads
Gustavo Pereira Serra

Volume 45, issue 4, 2022

Measuring green jobs through fuzzy logic: aimed at environmental conservation and socio-economic stability and inclusion pp. 503-522 Downloads
Natália Bracarense and Paulo Bracarense Costa
Abductive analogies between Keynes’ monetary-production economics and Einstein’s theories of relativity pp. 523-535 Downloads
Jakob Pedersen
A refundable tax credit for children: its impact on poverty, inequality, and household debt pp. 536-557 Downloads
Steven Pressman and Robert Haywood Scott
Does inflation targeting increase income inequality? pp. 558-580 Downloads
Yener Altunbas and John Thornton
Distribution and demand in Brazil: empirical evidence from the structural and aggregative approaches pp. 581-611 Downloads
Felipe Orsolin Teixeira, Fabricio Missio and Ricardo Dathein
The effect of expectations on the Brazilian Central Bank’s policy rate pp. 612-635 Downloads
Fábio Terra and Cleomar Gomes
Endogenous exchange rates in empirical stock-flow consistent models for peripheral economies: an illustration from the case of Argentina pp. 636-666 Downloads
Sebastian Valdecantos
Announcement pp. 667-667 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 45, issue 3, 2022

More fiscally responsible: Democrat or Republican presidents? pp. 339-358 Downloads
Peter N. Hess
Lost in consolidation? Declining public investment, multiplier effects and alternatives to the path of fiscal consolidation in Portugal pp. 359-385 Downloads
Vicente Ferreira
Shape matters: cost curves and capacity utilization in U.S. manufacturing pp. 386-407 Downloads
Cláudio Castelo Branco Puty
Estimation of a long run regime for growth and demand through different filtering methods pp. 408-428 Downloads
Joana David Avritzer
Capital productivity and the decreasing wage share in the United States: a Keynesian Approach pp. 429-453 Downloads
Carles Manera, Ferran Navines, Jose Perez-Montiel and Javier Franconetti
Link between private debt and public surplus in Spain pp. 454-475 Downloads
Eduardo Garzón Espinosa, Bibiana Medialdea García, Esteban Cruz Hidalgo and Carlos Sánchez Mato
The global financial cycle and external debt: effects on growth and distribution in emerging and developing economies pp. 476-502 Downloads
Pablo Bortz, Gabriel Michelena and Fernando Toledo

Volume 45, issue 2, 2022

Remembering Geoff Harcourt (1931–2021): a post-Keynesian pioneer pp. 169-183 Downloads
Selwyn Cornish and John Hawkins
Financialization of South Korean non-financial firms: an empirical analysis of the impacts on firms’ real and research and development investments pp. 184-209 Downloads
Yerin Yu and Jung-In Jo
Six forms of hierarchy for a theoretical analysis of capitalism pp. 210-245 Downloads
Alice Nicole Sindzingre and Fabrice Tricou
Testing Keynes’ aggregate investment function pp. 246-262 Downloads
John T. Harvey
The case for the public provisioning of the payments system pp. 263-280 Downloads
Fiona Maclachlan
An empirical application of the financial instability hypothesis based on data from the Dutch non-financial private sector pp. 281-300 Downloads
Ivan Rozmainsky, Yuliana Kovezina and Anna Klimenko
Cross-border payments, global imbalances and involuntary constraints pp. 301-328 Downloads
George Pantelopoulos
Historicizing the money of account—a rejoinder pp. 329-337 Downloads
Stefano Sgambati

Volume 45, issue 1, 2022

Technology and productivity: a critique of aggregate indicators pp. 1-23 Downloads
Fred Block
Rethinking inequality in the 21st century – inequality and household balance sheet composition in financialized economies pp. 24-72 Downloads
Hanna Szymborska
The endogenous money hypothesis: empirical evidence from the CEMAC area (1990–2017) pp. 73-99 Downloads
Samba Michel Cyrille and Mbassi Christophe
The slowing of growth in France: an interpretation based on Thirlwall’s law pp. 100-129 Downloads
Sebastien Charles, Thomas Dallery and Jonathan Marie
A simple model of the long-term interest rate pp. 130-144 Downloads
Tanweer Akram
Conventions in Keynes’s theory of goods markets: investment and production decisions pp. 145-167 Downloads
David Dequech
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