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Volume 43, issue 3, 2020

Wage-led demand as a rebalancing strategy for economic growth in China pp. 341-366 Downloads
Bruno Jetin and Luis Reyes Ortiz
Insolvency dynamics of the Greek private sector during the era of austerity: an empirical assessment pp. 367-390 Downloads
Christos Pierros
Futures crude oil prices as predictors of spot prices: lessons from the foreign exchange market pp. 391-416 Downloads
Imad A. Moosa
Historicizing the money of account: a critique of the nominalist ontology of money pp. 417-444 Downloads
Stefano Sgambati
Export surpluses and complementarities of countries: a note on realism of balance of payment constrained growth models pp. 445-469 Downloads
Satya Padhi
The illusions of calculating total factor productivity and testing growth models: from Cobb-Douglas to Solow and Romer pp. 470-513 Downloads
Jesus Felipe and John McCombie

Volume 43, issue 2, 2020

Ages of financial instability pp. 169-209 Downloads
Mario Tonveronachi
Rethinking China’s local government debts in the frame of modern money theory pp. 210-230 Downloads
Zengping He and Genliang Jia
Explaining the Euro crisis: current account imbalances, credit booms and economic policy in different economic paradigms pp. 231-266 Downloads
Engelbert Stockhammer, Collin Constantine and Severin Reissl
Investment decisions under uncertainty pp. 267-280 Downloads
Sunanda Sen
Modeling economic forces, power relations, and stock-flow consistency: a general constrained dynamics approach pp. 281-297 Downloads
Oliver Richters and Erhard Glötzl
Neutralizing the Dutch disease pp. 298-316 Downloads
Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira
Law, sovereignty and the monetization of the European economies: a review of Making Money and Money in the Western Legal Tradition pp. 317-340 Downloads
Eric Tymoigne

Volume 43, issue 1, 2020

Is shadow banking really akin to banking? A critical analysis in light of monetary theory pp. 1-27 Downloads
Rudy Bouguelli
SFC modeling and the liquidity preference theory of interest pp. 28-35 Downloads
Angel Asensio
New exercises in decomposition analysis pp. 36-60 Downloads
J. E. Woods
Pricing in practice in consumer markets pp. 61-75 Downloads
Ante Farm
Dealing with adaptive expectations in Stock-Flow consistent models pp. 76-89 Downloads
Sylvio Antonio Kappes and Marcelo Milan
Production commitments and the financial foundations of specialized economies pp. 90-111 Downloads
Andres F. Cantillo
The relationship between public debt accumulation and default risk under the ECB’s conventional vs. non-standard monetary policy: a panel data analysis of 9 Eurozone countries (2000–2015) pp. 112-130 Downloads
Hongkil Kim
A note on “zero growth and structural change in a post Keynesian growth model” pp. 131-138 Downloads
Antoine Monserand
Keynes and Graham’s intelligent investor pp. 139-166 Downloads
João Sicsú
Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren, 90 years later pp. 167-168 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 42, issue 4, 2019

Further insights on endogenous money and the liquidity preference theory of interest pp. 503-526 Downloads
Marc Lavoie and Severin Reissl
On the monetary nature of the interest rate in a Keynes–Schumpeter perspective pp. 527-553 Downloads
Giancarlo Bertocco and Andrea Kalajzić
Rising mass incomes as a condition of capitalist growth. Preserving capitalism through the empowerment of labor in the past and the present pp. 554-589 Downloads
Hartmut Elsenhans
Financing of innovation: national development banks in newly industrialized countries of East Asia pp. 590-619 Downloads
Olga Mikheeva
On wage- and profit-led demand regimes: learning from the evidence pp. 620-637 Downloads
Verónica De Jesús and Julio López
A Minskyan account of emerging currencies dynamics pp. 638-661 Downloads
Raquel A. Ramos
Announcing the Levy Economic Institute’s 11th Hyman P. Minsky Summer Seminar pp. 662-662 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 42, issue 3, 2019

Corporate debt in Latin America and its macroeconomic implications pp. 335-362 Downloads
Esteban Perez Caldentey, Nicole Favreau Negront and Luis Méndez Lobos
Government expenditure ceiling and public debt dynamics in a demand-led macromodel pp. 363-389 Downloads
Rafael Ribeiro and Gilberto Lima
Exchange rates and the balance of payments: Reconciling an inconsistency in Post Keynesian theory pp. 390-415 Downloads
John T. Harvey
The Spanish crisis from a Minskyan perspective: A new episode of financial fragility pp. 416-442 Downloads
Juan Rafael Ruiz and Oana Andreea Cristian
The historic rise of financial profits in the U.S. economy pp. 443-468 Downloads
Costas Lapavitsas and Ivan Mendieta-Muñoz
Time traders: Derivatives, Minsky and a reinterpretation of the causes of the 2008 Global Financial Crisis pp. 469-486 Downloads
Joshua N. Troncoso
Two Harvard economists on monetary economics: Lauchlin Currie and Hyman Minsky on financial systems and crises pp. 487-501 Downloads
Ivan D. Velasquez

Volume 42, issue 2, 2019

Fighting inflation in Mexico: Theory and evidence pp. 169-190 Downloads
Julio Lopez and Roberto Valencia Arriaga
Paradox of plenty: Norway’s macroeconomic policy dilemmas during the oil price crash, 2014-15 pp. 191-214 Downloads
Sashi Sivramkrishna
Fiscal policy, government debt, and economic growth in the Kaleckian model of growth and distribution pp. 215-231 Downloads
Min-Chang Ko
Endogenous business cycles and Harrodian instability in an agent-based model pp. 232-254 Downloads
Florian Botte
Going out of the Great Recession? Contrast between the United States and Europe: Proposed work from economic history, 1960–2014 pp. 255-273 Downloads
Carles Manera, Ferran Navinés and Javier Franconetti
Killing two birds with one currency: Income and fiscal policies in a growth model of a currency union pp. 274-298 Downloads
Alberto Bagnai and Arsène Rieber
Modelling economic hysteresis losses caused by sunk adjustment costs pp. 299-318 Downloads
Jolita Adamonis and Matthias Göcke
Comment on Johnson’s creating dimensional stock-flow inconsistency in Binswanger’s model pp. 319-327 Downloads
Zsolt Gilányi
Response to “Comment on Johnson’s creating dimensional stock-flow inconsistency in Binswanger’s model” pp. 328-334 Downloads
A. Reeves Johnson

Volume 41, issue 4, 2018

The death of development theory: From Friedrich von Hayek to the Washington consensus pp. 509-525 Downloads
Fidel Aroche Reyes and Oscar Ugarteche Galarza
The explosive growth of the ABCP market between 2004 and 2007: A “search for yield” story pp. 526-546 Downloads
Photis Lysandrou and Mimoza Shabani
The drivers of household indebtedness reconsidered: An empirical evaluation of competing arguments on the macroeconomic determinants of household indebtedness in OECD countries pp. 547-577 Downloads
Glenn Lauren Moore and Engelbert Stockhammer
A vertical social accounting matrix of the U.S. economy pp. 578-597 Downloads
Nelson Barbosa-Filho
Managing real exchange rate for economic growth: Empirical evidences from developing countries pp. 598-619 Downloads
Lúcio Otávio Seixas Barbosa, Frederico G. Jayme and Fabricio Missio
The Bank of England and Parliament were monetarily adroit during the Napoleonic Wars pp. 620-647 Downloads
Emir Phillips
A note on “Rethinking liquidity creation: Banks, shadow banks and the elasticity of finance” pp. 648-653 Downloads
Rudy Bouguelli
Response to “A note on ‘Rethinking liquidity creation: Banks, shadow banks and the elasticity of finance’” pp. 654-658 Downloads
Yeva Nersisyan and Flavia Dantas
Some comments on the Sraffian Supermultiplier approach to growth and distribution pp. 659-675 Downloads
Michalis Nikiforos
Announcing the Levy Economic Institute’s 10th Hyman P. Minsky summer seminar pp. 676-676 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 41, issue 3, 2018

The unit root problem: Affinities between ergodicity and stationarity, its practical contradictions for central bank policy, and some consideration of alternatives pp. 339-363 Downloads
Muhammad Nasir and Jamie Morgan
The theoretical and empirical fragilities of the expansionary austerity theory pp. 364-398 Downloads
Alberto Botta and Daniele Tori
Functional income distribution and effective demand in India: An applied post Keynesian model pp. 399-429 Downloads
Vineet Kohli
The impacts of China on economic growth: Evidence for Brazil, Chile, and Peru pp. 430-454 Downloads
Yoshimichi Murakami and René A. Hernández
Productivity, real exchange rate, and aggregate demand: An empirical exercise applied to Brazil from 1960 to 2011 pp. 455-477 Downloads
Douglas Alencar, Frederico Jayme Jr and Gustavo Britto
Institutions in the economy and some institutions of mainstream economics: From the late 1970s to the 2008 financial and economic crisis pp. 478-506 Downloads
David Dequech
Editors’ Corner pp. 507-507 Downloads
Jan Kregel and L. Randall Wray

Volume 41, issue 2, 2018

Introduction to the special issue on financialization, growth and distribution pp. 161-164 Downloads
Gennaro Zezza
Banking theories and macroeconomics pp. 165-184 Downloads
Antonio Bianco and Claudio Sardoni
Post Keynesian endogenous money theory: A theoretical and empirical investigation of the credit demand schedule pp. 185-209 Downloads
Matteo Deleidi
Coping with deflation and the liquidity trap in the eurozone: A post Keynesian approach pp. 210-235 Downloads
Lino Sau
Inequality, financialization, and economic decline pp. 236-259 Downloads
Pasquale Tridico and Riccardo Pariboni
On the causes of the changes in income shares: Some reflections in the light the United States experience pp. 260-283 Downloads
Antonella Stirati
Inequality, emulation and debt: The occurrence of different growth regimes in the age of financialization in a stock-flow consistent model pp. 284-315 Downloads
Daniel Detzer
Autonomous government expenditure growth, deficits, debt, and distribution in a neo-Kaleckian growth model pp. 316-338 Downloads
Eckhard Hein

Volume 41, issue 1, 2018

Editors’ Introduction pp. 1-2 Downloads
Jan Kregel and L. Randall Wray
Vicarelli’s Keynes (and today’s international disorder) pp. 3-15 Downloads
Mario Cedrini
Vicarelli, Keynes, and the unstable nexus between investment, liquidity, and finance pp. 16-35 Downloads
Paolo Paesani
Vicarelli’s Keynes and the New-Keynesian analytical method pp. 36-55 Downloads
Massimiliano Tancioni
J. M. Keynes’ influence on institutional portfolio management pp. 56-82 Downloads
J. E. Woods
Intermediate macroeconomics: The importance of being post Keynesian pp. 83-98 Downloads
John T. Harvey
Fiscal space on the eurozone periphery and the use of the (partially) balanced-budget multiplier: The case of Spain pp. 99-125 Downloads
Jorge Uxó, Ignacio Álvarez and Eladio Febrero
Minsky’s financial instability hypothesis and the role of equity: The accounting behind hedge, speculative, and Ponzi finance pp. 126-138 Downloads
Richard A. Miller
Money and totality: A review essay pp. 139-155 Downloads
John Smithin
Piero Ferri, Aggregate demand, inequality and instability pp. 156-159 Downloads
Guglielmo Forges Davanzati
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