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ECB monetary expansions and euro area TARGET2 imbalances: a balance-of-payment-based decomposition
Marcello Minenna, Giovanni Dosi and Andrea Roventini
Volume 15, Issue 2

Is high employment in the eurozone possible? Some reflections on the institutional structure of the eurozone and its crisis
Mario Seccareccia
Volume 14, Issue 3

Property and power: lessons from Piketty and new insights from the HFCS
Miriam Rehm and Matthias Schnetzer
Volume 12, Issue 2

 

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A simple approach to overcome the problems arising from the Keynesian stability condition
Reiner Franke
Volume 14, Issue 1

Post-keynesian macroeconomics since the mid 1990s: Main developments

Eckhard Hein
Volume 14, Issue 2

Is high employment in the eurozone possible? Some reflections on the institutional structure of the eurozone and its crisis
Mario Seccareccia
Volume 14, Issue 3

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Relevant Papers

On 08 March, 2018, the influential post-Keynesian economist Basil Moore passed away. In 2010, EJEEP published an interview with him, which sheds light on Basil Moore's vita and the cornerstones of his thinking.

Forum: "We are all Horizontalists now!" Interview with Basil Moore
Interview conducted by Eckhard Hein and Torsten Niechoj
Volume 7, Issue 1

On May 16, 2018, Fernando Cardim de Carvalho, member of the editorial board of this journal, author of EJEEP and a co-founder of the Brazilian Keynesian Association, sadly passed away. In 2013, EJEEP conducted an interview with him which, among other things, deals with his motivation to become an economist. Moreover, we recently published one of his papers in our Advance Access section.

"It is a classic Keynesian depression, I would not refrain from the term"
Interview conducted by Marc Lavoie and Torsten Niechoj
Volume 10, Issue 3

Arguments for austerity, old and new: the British Treasury in the 1920s and the Bundesfinanzministerium in the 2010s
Fernando J. Cardim de Carvalho

 

Free articles

In every EJEEP issue, at least one article is free to access. This includes:

Arguments for austerity, old and new: the British Treasury in the 1920s and the Bundesfinanzministerium in the 2010s
Fernando J. Cardim de Carvalho
Volume 15, Issue 3

Global instability and the development project: is the twenty-first century different?
Jayati Ghosh
Volume 15, Issue 2

The economic expansion in the US since 2009 and Donald Trump's ambitions to ‘drain the swamp’
Trevor Evans
Volume 15, Issue 1

The IMF and the New Fiscalism: was there a U-turn?
Brett Fiebiger and Marc Lavoie
Volume 14, Issue 3

Post-Keynesian dynamic stochastic general equilibrium theory
Roger E.A. Farmer
Volume 14, Issue 2

A proposal for a federalized unemployment insurance mechanism for Europe
Leila E. Davis, Charalampos Konstantinidis and Yorghos Tripodis
Volume 14, Issue 1
 

All issues older than two years are free to access, indicated by a green dot.

 

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