Money, Financial Instability and Stabilization Policy consists of original articles by leading post Keynesians, Kaleckians and other heterodox economists from the developed and developing world.
Post Keynesian literature has long been associated with the study of money, financial markets and financial instability. Indeed, this is perhaps the area to which post Keynesians have made the greatest contributions. The contributors to this volume present an overview of the latest research on monetary theory and policy, financial markets, and financial instability coming out of the post Keynesian school of thought. They provide an indication of the wide-ranging interests and of the truly international scope of post Keynesian research. The first half of the volume is theoretical, while the second half includes papers that are either empirical or more focused on specific concerns.
This book will find an appreciative audience in economists generally as well as post Keynesian, other heterodox economists and macroeconomists specifically.