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 Language
 eng
 Extent
 1 online resource (xiv 214 p.)
 Contents

 Foreword / by Philip Arestis
 Acknowledgements
 List of figures and tables
 List of variables
 Introduction
 Real and monetary analysis in economic paradigms
 Real and monetary analysis in economic paradigms: introduction
 Real analysis in classical, neoclassical, neoclassical synthesis, monetarist
 New classical, new Keynesian, and new consensus theories
 Monetary analysis in classical economics: banking school and neoRicardian monetary theory of distribution
 Monetary analysis in Marx's economics
 Marx's 'monetary theory of value'
 The level of prices, the rejection of Say's Law and the endogeneity of money
 Credit, rate of interest and rate of profit
 Implications of Marx's monetary analysis for the theory of accumulation and crisis
 Keynes's 'monetary theory of production' and the postKeynesian research programme
 Keynes's 'monetary theory of production'
 The development of the postKeynesian research programme
 Fundamental uncertainty, liquidity premium and the interest rate
 Interest rate, profit rate and investment
 Exogenous interest rate and endogenous credit and money
 The horizontalist view
 The structuralist view
 A reconciliation?
 Summary of postKeynesian monetary analysis
 Real and monetary analysis in economic paradigms: summary and implications for the analysis of monetary policy, distribution and capital accumulation
 Interest rate, distribution and capital accumulation
 postKeynesian models
 Interest rate, distribution and capital accumulation
 postKeynesian models:
 Introduction
 PostKeynesian monetary theory and the models of distribution and growth
 The model economy
 Production, prices, interest, and credit
 Endogenous money, credit and finance in a monetary circuit
 Interest rate and functional income distribution
 The rate of interest in the KaldorRobinsonmodel of distribution and growth
 The model
 Limitations of the model
 The rate of interest in Kaleckian models of distribution and growth
 The basic structure: endogenous rate of capacity utilisation, markup pricing, and classical saving hypothesis
 The choice of the investment function
 The rate of interest in the RowthornDuttAmadeomodel
 The rate of interest in the Bhaduri/Marglinmodel
 Kaleckian models extended
 Extensions
 The debtcapitalratio
 Interest rate and the markup
 Interest rate and saving
 The RowthornDuttAmadeomodel extended
 The basic model
 Shortrun equilibrium
 Longrun equilibrium
 Model behaviour in the face of interest rate variations: a simple case
 The Bhaduri/Marglinmodel extended
 The basic model
 Shortrun equilibrium
 Longrun equilibrium
 Model behaviour in the face of interest rate variations: a simple case
 Interest rate, distribution and accumulation in postKeynesian models:
 Summary and conclusions
 Distribution conflict, inflation and monetary policy in a credit economy
 Distribution conflict, inflation and monetary policy in a credit economy:
 Introduction
 A Kaleckian alternative to the new consensus on monetary policy and wage
 Bargaining: trying to make sense of the NAIRU
 Introduction
 The basic model
 Employment, wage bargaining and inflation: the GERE and the SIRE
 The shortrun stability of the NAIRU/the SIRE
 No monetary policy intervention
 Monetary policy intervention
 The longrun endogeneity of the NAIRU/the SIRE
 Results and implications for monetary policy and wage bargaining
 On the (in )stability and the endogeneity of the normal rate of capacity
 Utilisation in a postKeynesian/Kaleckian 'monetary' distribution and growth model
 Introduction
 The basic model
 Capacity utilisation, wage bargaining, inflation and monetary policy
 Intervention: the GERCU and the SIRCU
 Shortrun stability of the SIRCU and monetary policy interventions
 The longrun endogeneity of the SIRCU
 The paradox of thrift and the paradox of costs
 The paradox of thrift
 The paradox of costs
 Conclusions
 Summary and conclusions
 Notes
 References
 Index
 Isbn
 9780230595606
 Label
 Money, distribution conflict and capital accumulation : contributions to 'Monetary analysis'
 Title
 Money, distribution conflict and capital accumulation
 Title remainder
 contributions to 'Monetary analysis'
 Statement of responsibility
 Eckhard Hein
 Language
 eng
 Cataloging source
 UKWkNB
 http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
 1963
 http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
 Hein, Eckhard
 Index
 no index present
 Literary form
 non fiction
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 Money
 Monetary policy
 Keynesian economics
 Distribution (Economic theory)
 Credit
 Money
 Saving and investment
 Keynesian economics
 Label
 Money, distribution conflict and capital accumulation : contributions to 'Monetary analysis', Eckhard Hein, (electronic book)
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references (p. 189209) and index
 Contents
 Foreword / by Philip Arestis  Acknowledgements  List of figures and tables  List of variables  Introduction  Real and monetary analysis in economic paradigms  Real and monetary analysis in economic paradigms: introduction  Real analysis in classical, neoclassical, neoclassical synthesis, monetarist  New classical, new Keynesian, and new consensus theories  Monetary analysis in classical economics: banking school and neoRicardian monetary theory of distribution  Monetary analysis in Marx's economics  Marx's 'monetary theory of value'  The level of prices, the rejection of Say's Law and the endogeneity of money  Credit, rate of interest and rate of profit  Implications of Marx's monetary analysis for the theory of accumulation and crisis  Keynes's 'monetary theory of production' and the postKeynesian research programme  Keynes's 'monetary theory of production'  The development of the postKeynesian research programme  Fundamental uncertainty, liquidity premium and the interest rate  Interest rate, profit rate and investment  Exogenous interest rate and endogenous credit and money  The horizontalist view  The structuralist view  A reconciliation?  Summary of postKeynesian monetary analysis  Real and monetary analysis in economic paradigms: summary and implications for the analysis of monetary policy, distribution and capital accumulation  Interest rate, distribution and capital accumulation  postKeynesian models  Interest rate, distribution and capital accumulation  postKeynesian models:  Introduction  PostKeynesian monetary theory and the models of distribution and growth  The model economy  Production, prices, interest, and credit  Endogenous money, credit and finance in a monetary circuit  Interest rate and functional income distribution  The rate of interest in the KaldorRobinsonmodel of distribution and growth  The model  Limitations of the model  The rate of interest in Kaleckian models of distribution and growth  The basic structure: endogenous rate of capacity utilisation, markup pricing, and classical saving hypothesis  The choice of the investment function  The rate of interest in the RowthornDuttAmadeomodel  The rate of interest in the Bhaduri/Marglinmodel  Kaleckian models extended  Extensions  The debtcapitalratio  Interest rate and the markup  Interest rate and saving  The RowthornDuttAmadeomodel extended  The basic model  Shortrun equilibrium  Longrun equilibrium  Model behaviour in the face of interest rate variations: a simple case  The Bhaduri/Marglinmodel extended  The basic model  Shortrun equilibrium  Longrun equilibrium  Model behaviour in the face of interest rate variations: a simple case  Interest rate, distribution and accumulation in postKeynesian models:  Summary and conclusions  Distribution conflict, inflation and monetary policy in a credit economy  Distribution conflict, inflation and monetary policy in a credit economy:  Introduction  A Kaleckian alternative to the new consensus on monetary policy and wage  Bargaining: trying to make sense of the NAIRU  Introduction  The basic model  Employment, wage bargaining and inflation: the GERE and the SIRE  The shortrun stability of the NAIRU/the SIRE  No monetary policy intervention  Monetary policy intervention  The longrun endogeneity of the NAIRU/the SIRE  Results and implications for monetary policy and wage bargaining  On the (in )stability and the endogeneity of the normal rate of capacity  Utilisation in a postKeynesian/Kaleckian 'monetary' distribution and growth model  Introduction  The basic model  Capacity utilisation, wage bargaining, inflation and monetary policy  Intervention: the GERCU and the SIRCU  Shortrun stability of the SIRCU and monetary policy interventions  The longrun endogeneity of the SIRCU  The paradox of thrift and the paradox of costs  The paradox of thrift  The paradox of costs  Conclusions  Summary and conclusions  Notes  References  Index
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 9780230595606
 Extent
 1 online resource (xiv 214 p.)
 Form of item
 electronic
 Governing access note
 Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user
 Isbn
 9780230595606
 Other physical details
 ill.
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 Type of computer file
 PDF.
 Label
 Money, distribution conflict and capital accumulation : contributions to 'Monetary analysis', Eckhard Hein, (electronic book)
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references (p. 189209) and index
 Contents
 Foreword / by Philip Arestis  Acknowledgements  List of figures and tables  List of variables  Introduction  Real and monetary analysis in economic paradigms  Real and monetary analysis in economic paradigms: introduction  Real analysis in classical, neoclassical, neoclassical synthesis, monetarist  New classical, new Keynesian, and new consensus theories  Monetary analysis in classical economics: banking school and neoRicardian monetary theory of distribution  Monetary analysis in Marx's economics  Marx's 'monetary theory of value'  The level of prices, the rejection of Say's Law and the endogeneity of money  Credit, rate of interest and rate of profit  Implications of Marx's monetary analysis for the theory of accumulation and crisis  Keynes's 'monetary theory of production' and the postKeynesian research programme  Keynes's 'monetary theory of production'  The development of the postKeynesian research programme  Fundamental uncertainty, liquidity premium and the interest rate  Interest rate, profit rate and investment  Exogenous interest rate and endogenous credit and money  The horizontalist view  The structuralist view  A reconciliation?  Summary of postKeynesian monetary analysis  Real and monetary analysis in economic paradigms: summary and implications for the analysis of monetary policy, distribution and capital accumulation  Interest rate, distribution and capital accumulation  postKeynesian models  Interest rate, distribution and capital accumulation  postKeynesian models:  Introduction  PostKeynesian monetary theory and the models of distribution and growth  The model economy  Production, prices, interest, and credit  Endogenous money, credit and finance in a monetary circuit  Interest rate and functional income distribution  The rate of interest in the KaldorRobinsonmodel of distribution and growth  The model  Limitations of the model  The rate of interest in Kaleckian models of distribution and growth  The basic structure: endogenous rate of capacity utilisation, markup pricing, and classical saving hypothesis  The choice of the investment function  The rate of interest in the RowthornDuttAmadeomodel  The rate of interest in the Bhaduri/Marglinmodel  Kaleckian models extended  Extensions  The debtcapitalratio  Interest rate and the markup  Interest rate and saving  The RowthornDuttAmadeomodel extended  The basic model  Shortrun equilibrium  Longrun equilibrium  Model behaviour in the face of interest rate variations: a simple case  The Bhaduri/Marglinmodel extended  The basic model  Shortrun equilibrium  Longrun equilibrium  Model behaviour in the face of interest rate variations: a simple case  Interest rate, distribution and accumulation in postKeynesian models:  Summary and conclusions  Distribution conflict, inflation and monetary policy in a credit economy  Distribution conflict, inflation and monetary policy in a credit economy:  Introduction  A Kaleckian alternative to the new consensus on monetary policy and wage  Bargaining: trying to make sense of the NAIRU  Introduction  The basic model  Employment, wage bargaining and inflation: the GERE and the SIRE  The shortrun stability of the NAIRU/the SIRE  No monetary policy intervention  Monetary policy intervention  The longrun endogeneity of the NAIRU/the SIRE  Results and implications for monetary policy and wage bargaining  On the (in )stability and the endogeneity of the normal rate of capacity  Utilisation in a postKeynesian/Kaleckian 'monetary' distribution and growth model  Introduction  The basic model  Capacity utilisation, wage bargaining, inflation and monetary policy  Intervention: the GERCU and the SIRCU  Shortrun stability of the SIRCU and monetary policy interventions  The longrun endogeneity of the SIRCU  The paradox of thrift and the paradox of costs  The paradox of thrift  The paradox of costs  Conclusions  Summary and conclusions  Notes  References  Index
 Control code
 9780230595606
 Extent
 1 online resource (xiv 214 p.)
 Form of item
 electronic
 Governing access note
 Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user
 Isbn
 9780230595606
 Other physical details
 ill.
 Specific material designation
 unspecified
 Type of computer file
 PDF.
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