Essays on Keynesian and Kaldorian Economics, 2015
Palgrave Studies in the History of Economic Thought Series

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This volume of essays contains 16 papers the author has written over the last 40 years on various aspects of the life and work of John Maynard Keynes and Nicholas Kaldor. It covers both theoretical and applied topics and highlight the continued relevance of Keynesian and Kaldorian ideas for understanding the functioning of capitalist economies.
Introduction 1. Keynesian Economics after Fifty Years; N. Kaldor 2. A 'Second Edition' of Keynes' General Theory (writing as John Maynard Keynes) 3. Keynesian Employment Theory is Not Defunct 4. The Renaissance of Keynesian Economics 5. The Relevance of Keynes Today with Particular Reference to Unemployment in Rich and Poor Countries 6. Keynes, Economic Development and the Developing Countries 7. Keynes and Economic Development 8. A Keynesian View of the Current Financial and Economic Crisis in the World Economy (an interview with John King) 9. Nicholas Kaldor: A Biography 10. Kaldor as a Policy Adviser 11. Kaldor's Vision of the Growth and Development Process 12. A Model of Regional Growth Rate Differences on Kaldorian Lines (with R. Dixon) 13. A General Model of Growth and Development on Kaldorian Lines 14. A Plain Man's Guide to Kaldor's Growth Laws 15. Testing Kaldor's Growth Laws across the Countries of Africa (with Heather Wells) 16. Talking about Kaldor (an interview with John King)
Tony has lectured widely in developing countries and has been a consultant to several international agencies including the African Development Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and the Pacific Islands Development Program in Hawaii. He has written a number of specialized texts in the field of development economics and is Series Editor of Palgrave's Great Thinkers in Economics collection.