Essays in Honour of Ingrid Rima
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Edited by three very well known academics in the field and contributed to by John Smithin, Laurence Moss and G. C. Harcourt, this volume reflects the breath of the honouree’s interests and as such it covers a wide range of topics including political economy, labour economics, history of economic thought and macroeconomics.
Ingrid Rima, one of the first women to teach economics in America, has been a major figure in the development of Post-Keynesian economics over the past forty years. Rima has made numerous contributions to the fields of labour economics, history of economic thought, and Post Keynesian economic theory and in this volume the editors and contributors recognize them.
Table of Contents
. Ingrid Rima and Post Keynesian Macroeconomics
PART I--HISTORICAL ANTECEDENTS
2. François Quesnay: The First Post Keynesian?
3. Marxism: Its Philosophy, Message and Contemporary Relevance
4. The Theoretical and Political Importance of Keynes’s Economics: Or What Would
Marx and Keynes Have Made of the Happenings of the Past 30 Years and More?
5. Profit Maximization in the Cambridge Tradition of Economics
Maria Cristina Marcuzzo
PART II- POST KEYNESIAN MACROECONOMICS
6. What is Post Keynesian Economics
7. Aggregate Demand and Supply
8. Kaldor’s Monetary Thought: A Contribution to the Modern Theory of Money
9. The Political Economy of John Kenneth Galbraith: An Interpretation
PART III- POST KEYNESIAN MACROECONOMICS IN A CHANGING WORLD
10. Pre-WWII Wisconsin Institutionalism as a Study of Economic Dynamics
11. Aggregate Demand, Employment and Equilibrium with Marginal Productivity:
Keynesian Adjustment in the Craft Economy
Edward J. Nell
12. Corporate Entrepreneurship: Roll Over Schumpeter
13. Saving Globalization
14. Labor Markets, Economic Development, and Job Quality: Ingrid Rima’s
Contributions to Labor Economics
Mathew Forstater is Associate Professor of Economics and Director of the Center for Full Employment and Price Stability at the University of Missouri at Kansas City. Gary Mongiovi is Professor of Economics at St John’s University and co-editor (with Steve Pressman) of the journal Review of Political Economy. His forthcoming edited book Sraffa and Modern Economics will also be available from Routledge. Steven Pressman is Professor of Economics and Finance at Monmouth University. He is the author of Fifty Major Economists (Routledge, 1999, 2006).