This excellent new book from one of the brightest young economists, Giuseppe Fontana, involves a compendium of issues surrounding uncertainty, money and time. Fontana shines a post Keynesian light onto statements and claims made by well-known neo-classical authors and as such leaves readers with an interesting and informative book to be read and re-read by all those scholars and students involved with monetary economics.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction: Money, Uncertainty and Time, Part I. Keynes, the 'Classics' and the Modern Keynesian Dissent, 2. The Historical Development of Dissent in Keynesian Economics, 3. Methodology and Economic Theory in Keynes's General Theory, Part II: From Rationality to Unemployment and the Monetary Circuit, 4. A Two-Dimensional Theory of Probability and Knowledge, 5. Uncertainty and Money, Part III: Understanding Endogenous Money, 6. Hicks as An Early Precursor of Endogenous Money Theory, 7. Horizontalist and Structuralist Analyses of Endogenous Money, 8. A General Theory of Endogenous Money