Complexity, Endogenous Money And Macroeconomic Theory: Essays In Honour Of Basil J. Moore
Complexity, Endogenous Money And Macroeconomic Theory: Essays In Honour Of Basil J. Moore

Complexity, Endogenous Money And Macroeconomic Theory: Essays In Honour Of Basil J. Moore

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Moore, who has capped his distinguished career (economics, Wesleyan U.) as Professor Extraordinary at the U. of Stellenbosch in South Africa, is best known for his pioneering work on endogenous money in the functioning of modern advanced capitalist economies. Drawn from those presented in his honor in January 2004, this collection of 21 papers covers a range of related work, including economic concepts and methods, complexity and uncertainty, path dependence, the macroeconomics of endogenous money and interest rates, unemployment, inflation and the determination of aggregate income. Topics include accounting identities, post-Keynsian economic modeling, modeling income complexity, complex dynamics, complexity analysis for enterprise and investment, the Moore credit supply curve, endogenous money in the Eurosystem, the supply of credit, the demand for endogenous money, monetary policy, gradualism in the adjustment of official interest rates, limitations to Keynsian demand management and the future of Keynsian economics. Annotation 2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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