Keynesian reflections : effective demand, money, finance, and policies in the crisis

Title Keynesian reflections : effective demand, money, finance, and policies in the crisis
Author Hirai Toshiaki
Marcuzzo Maria Cristina
Mehrling Perry
Publisher Oxford University Press
ISBN 9780199082506
9780198092117
Subject Crisi economiche 2008-2009
Branch of learning Economia
Publishing year 2013
Abstract Keynesian economics
Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009.
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Publisher abstract The global financial crisis, which began in August 2007 and continues with no end in sight, has thrown macroeconomics into turmoil. The central purpose of this book is to suggest an alternative road for the future of macroeconomics without the illusion of automatic (albeit imperfect) adjustment toward an intertemporal general equilibrium with rational expectations. This book challenges the current mainstream macroeconomic tradition known as New Keynesian economics in so far as it shares common ground with the New Classical models. It is rather the Keynesian spirit, above all, that provides the linking theme for the papers in this volume, that were written originally for conferences held in Tokyo (2010, 2011) and in Florence (2012). Keynesian Reflections has been chosen as a title of this book to indicate that Keynes remains a relevant and vital starting point for understanding modern problems, as well as inspiration for inventing the new economics that modern problems demand. The distinguishing feature of the Keynesian approach is a conception of economics as extension of human possibilities, proposing remedies to safeguard the general interest as condition for prosperity and social harmony. His approach appeals to the principles of shared responsibility between debtors and creditors, collective action in place of individual self-interest, and the pursuit of individual liberties within a context of norms and rules. Keynes’s middle way between extreme liberalism on the one hand and pervasive government intervention on the other still appears a viable path towards equitable growth.
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