First published in 1997, this volume was undertaken to provide a means to introduce new thinking in economics which have been considered a counter-revolution with regards to the core framework of economic analysis. Stanley Bober explores areas including the theory of household income, the role of prices, growth analysis and Keynesian economics. The book pays particular attention to the Kaldor-Pasinetti income distribution models as they relate to aggregate saving along with the Harrod-Domar macro-dynamic growth paths.
Table of Contents
1. What is Economics About? 2. Theory of Household Demand. 3. The Distribution of Income. 4. An Alternative Approach. 5. Introduction to Growth Analysis. 6. The Role of Prices and Their Formation. 7. An Overall View. 8. Money and Keynesian Economics. 9. End Thoughts.