Edited by Kenneth K. Kurihara
Routledge – 2003 – 442 pages
This volume represents the extension of Keynes' General Theory by a group of eminent economists. Each essay takes Keynes' work as a frame of reference for criticism, explorations and insights, whilst adding to the superstructure on the foundation of the General Theory. The essays also provide the necessary sense of perspective with a view to examining the Keynesian contribution to economic thought and also the limitations of Keynesian economics.
The international contributors include:
Dudley Dillard, Martin Bronfenbrenner, Mabel F. Timlin, William S. Vickrey, Don Patinkin, Howard R. Bowen, Gerald M. Meier, R.C.O. Matthews, Shinichi Ichimura, Anatol Murad, Lawrence R. Klein, Shigeto Tsuru, Paul P. Streeten, Lorie Tarshis and Franco Modigliani.