Finalmente recebi a cópia do livro “Keynes And Macroeconomics After 70 Years Critical Assessments of The General Theory” no qual tenho um capítulo escrito em co-autoria com meu ex-aluno da UFPR, Luciano Dias de Carvalho. O livro reúne uma série de artigos selicionados dos Encontro do Journal of Post Keynesian Economics em comemoração aos 70 anos da Teoria Geral do Emprego, do Juro e da Moeda de J.M.Keynes. Tive o prazer de participar da conferência em setembro de 2006 em Kansas City nos Estados Unidos. Foi uma coleção de grandes estrelas do keynesianismo mundial: Axel Leijonhfvud, Charles Goodhart, Paul Davidson, Jan Kregel, Thomas Palley, John McCombie e tantos outros. Especialmente emocionante foi a homenagem prestada por Geofrrey Harcourt  a viúva do saudoso Ton Asimakopulos, falecido em 1991 de leucemia.      

Maiores informações em http://www.e-elgar-economics.com/Bookentry_contents.lasso?id=12915.

Keynes And Macroeconomics After 70 Years Critical Assessments of The General Theory ——————————————————————————– Edited by L. Randall Wray, Professor of Economics and Research Director, Center for Full Employment and Price Stability, University of Missouri – Kansas City, US and Mathew Forstater, Associate Professor of Economics and Director, Center for Full Employment and Price Stability, University of Missouri – Kansas City, US ——————————————————————————– Contents: Introduction PART I: KEYNES AND HETERODOX ECONOMICS 1. Heterodox Macroeconomics: What, Exactly, Are We Against? John E. King 2. Keynes the Keynesian: A Lakatosian Insight into Keynes’s ‘Probable’ Theoretical Contributions to Macroeconomics after 1937 Jesús Muñoz and Joel Bonales PART II: FOUNDING FATHERS OF POST KEYNESIAN ECONOMICS 3. Minsky and Keynes on Investment Volatility: Was There an Overstatement? André Lourenço 4. Two Founding Fathers of the Post Keynesian Critical Appraisal of Self-balancing Mechanisms? Lino Sau 5. The Contributions of Tom Asimakopulos to Post Keynesian Economics G.C. Harcourt 6. Asimakopulos’s Criticism of Keynes’s Short-period Equilibrium: A Reformulation Abdelkader Slifi PART III: KEYNESIAN MODELS 7. Modeling Keynes with Kalecki Colin Richardson and Jerry Courvisanos 8. A Keynesian Model for the 21st Century H. Sonmez Atesoglu 9. Capital Accumulation, Income Distribution, Technical Progress and Endogenous Money in a Post Keynesian Macrodynamic Model Luciano Dias Carvalho and José Luís Oreiro PART IV: KEYNESIAN POLICY 10. Keynes on the Control of the Money Supply and the Interest Rates Carlo Panico 11. Inflation Targeting in Brazil: A Keynesian Approach Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira and Cleomar Gomes da Silva 12. Eisner’s Radical Approach to Social Security – Tell the Truth! Stephanie Kelton PART V: MODERN DEVELOPMENT AND EXTENSIONS OF KEYNESIAN ECONOMICS 13. Investment Finance and Financial Sector Development Bokhyun Cho 14. Keynes’s Theory of Probability, Investment Behavior, and Behavioral Finance Edwin Dickens 15. Real Exchange Rate Levels, Investment and Growth: A Keynesian Perspective Paulo Gala 16. A Reinterpretation, Remedy and Development of Keynes’s Liquidity Preference Theory Wenge Huang 17. Keynes’s ‘Revolving Fund of Finance’ and Transactions in the Circuit Steve Keen 18. Monetary and Fiscal Policies in a Post Keynesian Stock-flow Consistent Model Edwin Le Heron 19. Expectations and Unemployment J.W. Nevile and Peter Kriesler Index

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