Chapter 9: Concluding remarks
I hope to have shown that post-Keynesian economics, with the addition of works made by members of other heterodox schools of thought, is a progressive research programme. Post-Keynesian economists are not forever dwelling on the past writings of Keynes or other founders of the post-Keynesian School; nor are they providing criticisms only of orthodox economics.
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