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e-Book Abandoning Keynes: Australia’s Capital Mistake download

e-Book Abandoning Keynes: Australia’s Capital Mistake download

by Tim Battin

ISBN: 0333682890
ISBN13: 978-0333682890
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1997 edition (June 18, 1997)
Pages: 300
Category: Business and Finance
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This analysis proposes a political explanation for the breakdown of Keynesian full employment in Australia

price for USA in USD (gross). This analysis proposes a political explanation for the breakdown of Keynesian full employment in Australia. It taps into the current literature that examines the role of economic interests, ideas, and institutions, and, by taking issue with the arguments of anti-Keynesian economists, the book carries the argument that there was and is nothing inherently contradictory about Keynesian theory or much of its practice.

This analysis proposes a political explanation for the breakdown of Keynesian full employment in Australia.

This analysis proposes a political explanation for the breakdown of Keynesian full employment in Australia.

Basingstoke : Macmillan. Harcourt Macmillan Basingstoke 1997. Australian/Harvard Citation. Harcourt Macmillan Basingstoke.

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This analysis proposes a political explanation for the breakdown of Keynesian full employment in Australia

This analysis proposes a political explanation for the breakdown of Keynesian full employment in Australia.

Abandoning Keynes book.

Tim Battin, Geoffrey Colin Harcourt. MATTERS - Keynesian Ideas, Keynesianism, and Keynesian Social Democracy - The Initial Embrace of Keynesianism in Australia

Tim Battin, Geoffrey Colin Harcourt. Acknowledgements - Introduction - PART 1: HISTORICAL AND THEORETICAL MATTERS - Keynesian Ideas, Keynesianism, and Keynesian Social Democracy - The Initial Embrace of Keynesianism in Australia . More).

When viewed against its ostensibly successful management of the global economic crisis between 2008 and 2013, growing electoral disenchantment with the Australian Labor Party government during that time defied standard explanations and calls for further analysis.

This analysis proposes a political explanation for the breakdown of Keynesian full employment in Australia. It taps into the current literature that examines the role of economic interests, ideas, and institutions, and, by taking issue with the arguments of anti-Keynesian economists, the book carries the argument that there was and is nothing inherently contradictory about Keynesian theory or much of its practice. Keynesianism, its imperfections notwithstanding, was overturned because of a powerful alliance of interests and ideas.
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