Considering ideas from various economic paradigms, namely post-Keynesian, neo-Ricardian, and neo-Marxian, this book discusses the importance of money to Keynes's analysis of effective demand and income distribution. It also considers the connections between relative prices and income distribution.
1. Alternative Routes to Alternative Theory 2. Capital Accumulation and Cycles 3. Money, Finance and the Rate of Profit 4. Wages and the Wage Share 5. The Classical Theory of Price and Some of its Uses 6. Concluding Notes