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Volume 42, issue 5, 2018

Great Expectations and Final Disillusionment: Keynes, ‘‘My Early Beliefs’’ and the Ultimate Values of Capitalism pp. 1183-1204 Downloads
Anna Carabelli and Mario A Cedrini
The Liquidity of Money pp. 1205-1218 Downloads
M G Hayes
An initial ‘Keynesian illness’? Friedman on taxation and the inflationary gap pp. 1219-1237 Downloads
Enrico Levrero
Wang Anshi’s economic reforms: proto-Keynesian economic policy in Song Dynasty China pp. 1239-1254 Downloads
Xuan Zhao and Wolfgang Drechsler
Macroeconomic priorities revisited: the behavioural foundations of stabilization policies pp. 1255-1275 Downloads
Fabio D’Orlando and Francesco Ferrante
Debt cycles, instability and fiscal rules: a Godley–Minsky synthesis pp. 1277-1313 Downloads
Yannis Dafermos
Financialised internationalisation and structural hierarchies: a mixed-method study of exchange rate determination in emerging economies pp. 1315-1341 Downloads
Annina Kaltenbrunner
Tailwinds from the East: how has the rising share of imports from emerging markets affected import prices? pp. 1343-1365 Downloads
John Lewis and Jumana Saleheen
Unproductive accumulation in the USA: a new analytical framework pp. 1367-1392 Downloads
Tomás N Rotta
The effects of financialization on investment: evidence from firm-level data for the UK pp. 1393-1416 Downloads
Daniele Tori and Ozlem Onaran
Job Seeker’s Allowance (JSA) benefit sanctions and labour market outcomes in Britain, 2001–2014 pp. 1417-1434 Downloads
Martin Taulbut, Daniel F Mackay and Gerry McCartney
Cornelius Castoriadis on institutions: a proposal for a schema of institutional change pp. 1435-1458 Downloads
Angelos Vouldis
Decision-making processes and multilayered institutional order: Lionel Robbins’s legacy pp. 1459-1471 Downloads
Fabio Masini
The convoluted influence of Robbins’s thinking on the emergence of Economics Imperialism pp. 1473-1494 Downloads
Ignacio Falgueras-Sorauren

Volume 42, issue 4, 2018

Financialisation and the New Swedish Model pp. 875-900 Downloads
Claes Belfrage and Markus Kallifatides
Northern Ireland’s property market crisis: insights from Minsky’s Financial Instability Hypothesis pp. 901-916 Downloads
Emer Marie Gallagher, Elaine Ramsey and Derek Bond
A sectoral explanation of per capita income convergence and divergence: estimating Verdoorn’s law for countries at different stages of development pp. 917-934 Downloads
Guilherme R Magacho and John S L McCombie
Understanding the shift from micro- to macro-prudential thinking: a discursive network analysis pp. 935-962 Downloads
Matthias Thiemann, Mohamed Aldegwy and Edin Ibrocevic
Conflicts in the calculation and use of the price index: the case of France pp. 963-986 Downloads
Florence Jany-Catrice
Why derivatives need models: the political economy of derivative valuation models pp. 987-1008 Downloads
Duncan Lindo
The determinants of income inequality in OECD countries pp. 1009-1042 Downloads
Pasquale Tridico
Unequal exchange and absolute cost advantage: evidence from the trade between Greece and Germany pp. 1043-1086 Downloads
Persefoni Tsaliki, Christina Paraskevopoulou and Lefteris Tsoulfidis
Sraffa on taxable income and its implications for fiscal policy pp. 1087-1106 Downloads
Enrico Levrero
The ‘Fragment on Machines’ as science fiction; or, reading the Grundrisse politically pp. 1107-1122 Downloads
Ben Trott
Treasury view and post-WWI British austerity: Basil Blackett, Otto Niemeyer and Ralph Hawtrey pp. 1123-1144 Downloads
Clara Elisabetta Mattei
Unconventional monetary policy ante litteram: Richard Kahn and the monetary policy debate during the works of the Radcliffe Committee pp. 1145-1164 Downloads
Carlo Cristiano and Paolo Paesani
Debt as Money pp. 1165-1181 Downloads
Tony Lawson

Volume 42, issue 3, 2018

Sine praejudicio? Economics and the 2014 Scottish independence referendum pp. 597-615 Downloads
Sheila Dow, Robert McMaster and Andrew Cumbers
Industrial policy and exchange rate scepticism pp. 617-632 Downloads
Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira and Fernando Rugitsky
The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) was right: scale-free complex networks and core-periphery patterns in world trade pp. 633-651 Downloads
Paulo Gala, Jhean Camargo and Elton Freitas
Progressive supply-side economics: an explanation and update of the Rehn-Meidner model pp. 653-697 Downloads
Lennart Erixon
Top income shares and aggregate wealth-income ratio in a two-class corporate economy pp. 699-728 Downloads
Soon Ryoo
The drivers of efficient knowledge transfer performance: evidence from British universities pp. 729-755 Downloads
Federica Rossi
Dreaming big? Self-valuations, aspirations, networks and the private-school earnings premium pp. 757-778 Downloads
Francis Green, Samantha Parsons, Alice Sullivan and Richard Wiggins
A sectoral net lending perspective on Europe pp. 779-795 Downloads
Florentin Glötzl and Armon Rezai
Income polarization in European countries and Europe wide, 2004–2012 pp. 797-816 Downloads
Jinxian Wang, Koen Caminada, Kees Goudswaard and Chen Wang
Sraffa on the degeneration of the notion of cost pp. 817-836 Downloads
Saverio Fratini
A critique of Lawson’s ‘Social positioning and the nature of money’ pp. 837-850 Downloads
Geoffrey Ingham
The Constitution and Nature of Money pp. 851-873 Downloads
Tony Lawson

Volume 42, issue 2, 2018

Marshallian Industrial Districts in Italy: the end of a model or adaptation to the global economy? pp. 259-284 Downloads
Gabi Dei Ottati
History matters: on the mystifying appeal of Bowles and Gintis pp. 285-308 Downloads
John H Finch and Robert McMaster
Government policies and financial crises: mitigation, postponement or prevention? pp. 309-330 Downloads
Jakob Kapeller, Michael A Landesmann, Franz X Mohr and Bernhard Schütz
Wheels within wheels within wheels: the importance of capital inflows in the origin of the Spanish financial crisis pp. 331-353 Downloads
Rafael Fernández and Clara García
The case for reindustrialisation in developing countries: towards the connection between the macroeconomic regime and the industrial policy in Brazil pp. 355-381 Downloads
André Nassif, Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira and Carmem Feijo
The aggregate production function is NOT neoclassical pp. 383-426 Downloads
Stefano Zambelli
Just another niche in the wall? How specialization is changing the face of mainstream economics pp. 427-451 Downloads
Mario Cedrini and Magda Fontana
Synthesizing the Malthusian and Senian approaches on scarcity: a realist account pp. 453-476 Downloads
Adel Daoud
Beyond capital fundamentalism: Harrod, Domar and the history of development economics pp. 477-504 Downloads
Mauro Boianovsky
Adam Smith, natural movement and physics pp. 505-521 Downloads
Spencer J Pack and Eric Schliesser
What was the message of Friedman’s Presidential Address to the American Economic Association? pp. 523-541 Downloads
James Forder
Aristotle’s geometrical accounting pp. 543-576 Downloads
Gerhard Michael Ambrosi
Menger’s Aristotelianism pp. 577-594 Downloads
Karl Mittermaier

Volume 42, issue 1, 2018

The economic problem of a community: ontological reflections inspired by the Socialist Calculation Debate pp. 1-17 Downloads
Diogo Lourenço and Mário Graça Moura
A study in development by dispossession pp. 19-31 Downloads
Amit Bhaduri
Are developing countries catching up? pp. 33-46 Downloads
Vladimir Popov and K S Jomo
Income distribution and current account imbalances pp. 47-94 Downloads
Christian Belabed, Thomas Theobald and Till van Treeck
The global concentration of wealth pp. 95-115 Downloads
Thomas Goda
Global liquidity and monetary policy autonomy: an examination of open-economy policy constraints pp. 117-135 Downloads
Stefan Angrick
Profitability in India’s Organized Manufacturing Sector: The Role of Technology, Distribution and Demand pp. 137-153 Downloads
Deepankar Basu and Debarshi Das
Semi-autonomous household expenditures as the causa causans of postwar US business cycles: the stability and instability of Luxemburg-type external markets pp. 155-175 Downloads
Brett Fiebiger
When development meets culture: the contribution of Celso Furtado in the 1970s pp. 177-198 Downloads
Alexandre M Cunha and Gustavo Britto
The ‘theoretical developments initiated by Haberler but named for Pigou’ do not provide sufficient grounds for rejecting ‘Keynes’s key theoretical proposition’ pp. 199-213 Downloads
Paul Wojick
Environmental law & the limits of markets pp. 215-230 Downloads
Jonathan Benson
The place of portfolio management in the Keynesian canon pp. 231-257 Downloads
J E Woods
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