First published in 1985, this title includes contributions from leading economists and addresses many seminal aspects of Keynes' work and methods. This revival will be of particular interest to lecturers and advanced students of economics.
Table of Contents
1. Methodological Issues in Keynes' Economics: an Introduction Tony Lawson and Hashem Pesaran 2. Persuasion, Expectations and the Limits to Keynes Geoff Hodgson 3. Animal Spirits and Rationality Alexander Dow and Sheila Dow 4. Expectations in Keynesian Econometric Models Simon Wren-Lewis 5. The Slippery Transition Johannes J. Klant 6. Are Popperian Criticisms of Keynes Justified? John Pheby 7. Keynes, Prediction and Econometrics Tony Lawson 8. Keynes on Econometrics Hashem Pesaran and Ron Smith 9. Keynes on Cause, Chance and Possibility Anna Carabelli 10. The Foundations of Keynes Methodology: The General Theory Lawrence A. Boland 11. Time and the Wage-Unit in the Method of The General Theory Victoria Chick 12. Keynesianism In Germany Juergen Backhaus.