Keynesian Economics

Keynesian economics ( KAYN-zee-ən; sometimes Keynesianism, named for the economist John Maynard Keynes) are various macroeconomic theories about how economic output is strongly influenced by aggregate demand (total spending in the economy). In the Keynesian view, aggregate demand does not necessarily equal the productive capacity of the economy. Instead, it is influenced by a host of factors. According to Keynes, the productive capacity of the economy sometimes behaves erratically, affecting production, employment, and inflation.Keynesian economics developed during and after the Great Depression from the ideas presented by Keynes in his 1936 book, The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money. …

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AEI · 25 October 2021 English

A new working paper reviews the argument that a 3 percent inflation target would limit the risk of deflation and create large transitory reductions in unemployment and cumulative gains in …

Mankiw and David Romer (1988). “The New Keynesian Economics and the Output-Inflation Trade-off,” Brookings

IPAR-Rwanda · 22 September 2021 English

Despite the rapid growth of its economy in the last decade, Rwanda remains a low-income country. In recent years the country elaborated its “National Strategy for Transformation (NST1)” intending to …

Sectional Data. In Kurihara, K. (Ed.), Post-Keynesian Economics. New Brunswirk: Rutgers University Press

Cato Institute · 2 September 2021 English

Federal government debt rose from $3.3 trillion in 2001, to $10.1 trillion in 2011, to $23.0 trillion in 2021. Under current law, the CBO expects debt to rise to $35.8 …

ink began in the 1930s with the rise of Keynesian economics and the invention of auto‐ pilot entitlement

IE RAS · 12 July 2021 Russian

«Масло» и в Израиле перешло в наступление на «пушки», и «передовая военная наука» оказалась как нельзя кстати. [...] В предательстве своих защитников и в отказе от защиты своих детей, женщин …

methodology of economics // Journal of Post Keynesian Economics. Vol. 30. Is. 2. Рр. 303–312. Davis L.E. methodology of economics // Journal of Post Keynesian Economics. Vol. 30. Is. 2. Рр. 303–312. Davis L.E.

World Bank Group · 8 July 2021 Spanish

Latin American countries are in the midst of a demographic transition and, as a consequence, a population-aging process. Over the next few decades, the number of children will decline relative …

data”. En: Kenneth K. Kurihara, ed., Post-Keynesian Economics, New Brunswick, NJ. Rutgers University Press

IE RAS · 6 July 2021 Russian

На самом деле, как было отмечено выше, НИЭТ в принципе отклоняется от «неоклассических принципов», как минимум, в части признания роли институтов, так и в признании полной рациональности экономических агентов. [...] …

methodology of economics // Journal of Post Keynesian Economics. Vol. 30. Is. 2. Рр. 303–312. Davis L.E. methodology of economics // Journal of Post Keynesian Economics. Vol. 30. Is. 2. Рр. 303–312. Davis L.E.

UNU-WIDER · 25 May 2021 English

WIDER Working Paper 2021/86-A macro–micro analysis of gender segregation and job quality in Latin America

in Latin America, 1990–2010’. Review of Keynesian Economics, 6(3): 307–32.

NBER · 13 May 2021 English

Although the mobilization of savings is an important function of banks and other financial institutions, there is remarkably little evidence that bears on how and how well the financial sector …

interpretation of cross-section data. In Post-Keynesian Economics, 388- 436. Edited by K. Kurihara. New Brunswick:

WIFO · 12 May 2021 English

The authors were informed about the Guidelines for Good Scientific Practice of the Austrian Agency for Research Integrity (ÖAWI), in particular with regard to the documentation of all elements necessary …

existing empirical assessments,” Review of Keynesian Economics, 7, 361–368. Feld, L. P., C. A. Schaltegger

IE · 10 May 2021 Portuguese

Contrapondo a visão convencional é desenvolvido um modelo do tipo Supermultiplicador para a análise da política fiscal, em uma extensão do trabalho de Freitas e Christianes (2020), a partir de …

policy: a strong macroeconomic role. Review of Keynesian Economics, [S.l], Inaugural Issue, p. 93–108, Autumn Return of Fiscal Policy. Journal of Post Keynesian Economics. New York, Vol. 32, No. 3.327, p. 327-346 operative in an open economy setting? Review of Keynesian Economics, v. 1, n. 3, p. 347-369, 2013. CASSETTI, fiscal policy and government debt. Review of Keynesian Economics, v. 8, n. 3, p. 313-338, 2020. https://fred Neo-Kaleckian Growth Model. Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 41:316–38, 2018. HERNDON, T.; ASH, M.; POLLIN

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