A Post-Keynesian Approach
Edited by Claude Gnos and Louis-Philippe Rochon
With recent turmoil in financial markets around the world, this unique and up-to-date book addresses a number of challenging issues regarding monetary policy, financial markets and macroeconomic policy.
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- Credit, Money and Macroeconomic Policy A Post-Keynesian Approach
- Chapter 1: A Minsky Moment? The Subprime Crisis and the ‘New’ Capitalism
- Chapter 2: Lessons from the 1929 Crash and the 1930s Debt Deflation: What Bernanke and King Learned, and What They Could Have Learned
- Chapter 3: The Collapse of Securitization: From Subprimes to Global Credit Crunch
- Chapter 4: From Monetary to Fiscal Policy Rule: A Matter of Adjustment or Choice?
- Chapter 5: Money Creation, Employment and Economic Stability: The Monetary Theory of Unemployment and Inflation
- Chapter 6: Monetary Policy Without Reserve Requirements: Central Bank Money as Means of Final Payment on the Interbank Market
- Chapter 7: Post-Keynesian Interest Rate Rules and Macroeconomic Performance: A Comparative Evaluation
- Chapter 8: Basel II: A New Regulatory Framework for Global Banking
- Chapter 9: The Basel II Influence on the Money Supply Process: A Comparative Analysis of the Eurozone and the United States
- Chapter 10: Implications of Basel II for National Development Banks
- Chapter 11: Inflation Targeting Drawbacks in the Absence of a ‘Natural’ Anchor: A Keynesian Appraisal of the Fed and ECB Policies from 1999 to 2006
- Chapter 12: Fiscal Policy in the Macroeconomic Policy Mix: A Critique of the New Consensus Model and a Comparison of Macroeconomic Policies in France, Germany, the UK and Sweden from a Post-Keynesian Perspective
- Chapter 13: Re-thinking Macroeconomic Policies
- Chapter 14: Turkish Monetary Policy in a Post-Crises Era: A Further Case of ‘New Consensus’?
- Chapter 15: Instability and Uncertainty in Cognitive Capitalism
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