Post Keynesians

> Money; Finance; Financial History; Clearing Systems; Unit of Account

levyinstitute.orgWhat We Do -The ultimate purpose of all of the Levy Institute’s research and activities is to serve the wider policymaking community in the United States and the rest of the world by enabling scholars and leaders in business, labor, and government to work together on problems of common interest. To stimulate discussion of economic issues, the Levy Institute disseminates its findings through publicationsconferences, workshops, seminars, congressional testimony, and other activities to an international audience of public officials, private sector executives, academics, and the general public. An annual conference on the state of the U.S. and world economies is dedicated to the economic legacy of Hyman P. Minsky, the late financial economist and Levy Institute distinguished scholar. 2019 Democratizing Money – by Jan Kregel
ABSTRACT – In the Western interpretation of democracy, governments exist in order to manage relations of property, with absence of property ownership leading to exclusion from participation in governance and, in many cases, absence of equal treatment before the law. Democratizing money will therefore ensure equal opportunity to the ownership of property, and thus full participation in the democratic governance of society, as well as equal access to the banking system, which finances the creation of capital via the creation of money. If the divergence between capital and labor—between rich and poor—is explained by the monopoly access of capitalists to finance, then reducing this divergence is crucially dependent on the democratization of money. Though the role of money and finance in determining inequality between capital and labor transcends any particular understanding of the process by which the creation of money leads to inequity, specific proposals for the democratization of money will depend on the explanation of how money comes
into existence and how it supports capital accumulation. read pdf

gg/pdf 2014 Post-Keynesian Economics: An Introduction by Eckhard Hein


E Post-Keynesian Economics : An Introduction – Eckhard Hein 2014  read GM pdf here 7-2021 Back to our roots: E3ME and Michał Kalecki – Hector Pollitt   The Case For Concerted Action   Post-Keynesian Ideas For A Crisis That Conventional Remedies Cannot Resolve

Post – Keynesians

  • Joan Robinson
  • Nicholas Kaldor
  • Wynne Godley
  • Marc Lavoie
  • Francis Cripps
  • Anthony Thirlwall
  • John McCombie
  • Thomas Palley
  • Louis-Philippe Rochon
  • Basil Moore
  • Morris Copeland
  • James Tobin
  • Sergio Cesaratto
  • Alex Izurieta
  • Claudio Dos Santos
  • Gennaro Zezza
  • Ha-Joon Chang
  • John Hicks
  • Ronald McKinnon
  • Thomas Piketty
  • John Maynard Keynes
  • Michał Kalecki

Joan Robinson, Nicholas Kaldor, Wynne Godley, Marc Lavoie, Francis Cripps, Anthony Thirlwall, John McCombie, Thomas Palley, Louis-Philippe Rochon, Basil Moore, Morris Copeland, James Tobin, Sergio Cesaratto, Alex Izurieta, Claudio Dos Santos, Gennaro Zezza, Ha-Joon Chang, John Hicks, Ronald McKinnon, Thomas Piketty, Michał Kalecki