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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 Pérez-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

Volume 44, issue 4, 2021

The cost of job loss, long-term unemployment, and wage growth pp. 509-536 Downloads
Aaron Pacitti
Heterogeneous unit labor costs and profit margins in an economy with vintage capital: an amended neo-Kaleckian model pp. 537-568 Downloads
Olivier Allain
Endogenously heterogeneous inflation expectations and monetary policy pp. 569-603 Downloads
C. Saratchand and Soumya Datta
Investment cycle of the Brazilian economy: a panel cointegration analysis of industrial firms based on Minsky’s financial instability hypothesis—2007–2017 pp. 604-622 Downloads
Carmem Feijo, Marcos Tostes Lamônica and Sergiany da Silva Lima
Walking the tightrope of real exchange rate policy for development: the roles of targets, instruments, and saving rates pp. 623-642 Downloads
Arslan Razmi
Output gap, participation and minimum income: a proposal for Italy pp. 643-676 Downloads
Giacomo Bracci, Walter Paternesi Meloni and Pasquale Tridico

Volume 44, issue 3, 2021

Stephen King’s "Needful Things": a dystopian vision of capitalism during its triumph pp. 341-364 Downloads
Mario Cedrini, Joselle Dagnes and Çinla Akdere
Public Sector Financial Fragility Index: an analysis of the Brazilian federal government from 2000 to 2016 pp. 365-389 Downloads
Fabio Henrique Bittes Terra and Fernando Ferrari-Filho
Kalecki’s principle of increasing risk violated: debt, cash flow and free cash pp. 390-410 Downloads
Craig Medlen and Zelin Chen
Opening the black box of investment expectations: an empirical inquiry into animal spirits pp. 411-433 Downloads
Michael Lainé
Financialisation and the ‘supply-side’ face of the investment-profit puzzle pp. 434-462 Downloads
Joel Rabinovich
Colonial North Carolina’s paper money regime, 1712–1774: value decomposition and performance pp. 463-491 Downloads
Cory Cutsail and Farley Grubb
In defence of the nominalist ontology of money pp. 492-507 Downloads
Geoffrey Ingham
Announcing the Levy Economic Institute’s 11th Hyman P. Minsky Summer Seminar June 12–18, 2022 pp. 508-508 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 44, issue 2, 2021

Moral hazard in a modern federation pp. 173-183 Downloads
Alex Williams
Can state and local government capital spending be a vehicle for countercyclical policy? Evidence from new interview and survey data pp. 184-207 Downloads
Amanda Page-Hoongrajok
Simulating an employer of last resort program for Argentina (2003–2015) pp. 208-238 Downloads
Agustín Mario
Financialization, dividends, and accumulation of capital pp. 239-282 Downloads
Vincent Duwicquet
Rich and ever richer? Differential returns across socioeconomic groups pp. 283-301 Downloads
Stefan Ederer, Maximilian Mayerhofer and Miriam Rehm
Rethinking the theory of money, credit, and macroeconomics: a review essay pp. 302-314 Downloads
Steven Pressman
Nicholas Kaldor, increasing returns and Verdoorn’s Law pp. 315-339 Downloads
Ramesh Chandra and Roger Sandilands

Volume 44, issue 1, 2021

Presentation pp. 1-1 Downloads
Gennaro Zezza
The legacy of Wynne Godley, Wednesday, May 13, 2020: welcome and introduction pp. 2-5 Downloads
Dimitri B. Papadimitriou
Wynne Godley’s monetary circuit pp. 6-23 Downloads
Marc Lavoie
Godley and the world today pp. 24-26 Downloads
Francis Cripps
Notes for a talk on the Legacy of Wynne Godley, Wednesday 12 May, 2020 pp. 27-31 Downloads
Kenneth Coutts
Notes from Graham Gudgin pp. 32-37 Downloads
Graham Gudgin
Learning applied macro with Godley as a mentor pp. 38-45 Downloads
Gennaro Zezza
A passionate craftsman and his craft: reflections on Wynne Godley’s work and legacy pp. 46-56 Downloads
Claudio H. Dos Santos
The legacy of Wynne Godley pp. 57-61 Downloads
Jacques Mazier
Notes from Anwar Shaikh pp. 62-67 Downloads
Anwar Shaikh
Can we afford the Green New Deal? pp. 68-88 Downloads
Yeva Nersisyan and L. Randall Wray
Severe recession with inflation: the case of Brazil pp. 89-111 Downloads
João Sicsú, Andre de Melo Modenesi and Débora Pimentel
The stabilizing role of the government in a dynamic distribution growth model pp. 112-142 Downloads
Samuele Bibi
Is China’s economic growth profit-led or wage-led? A re-estimation incorporating investment nonlinearity, sectoral change, and regional disparity pp. 143-172 Downloads
Dun Liu
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