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Moore, Basil John

Shaking the Invisible Hand

Moore, Basil John - Shaking the Invisible Hand, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Complexity and Economics

1. Marshall’s Tides
Basil John Moore

2. Complexity and Contingency
Basil John Moore

3. Chaos Theory: Unpredictable Order in Chaos
Basil John Moore

4. Econometrics, Data Mining, the Absence of a Stable Structure and the Pervasiveness of Contingency
Basil John Moore

5. The Implications of Complexity for Economic Analysis
Basil John Moore

Part 2. Some Thoughts on Economic Data and National Income Accounting

6. Sorites’ Paradox: the “Looseness” of Economic Concepts
Basil John Moore

7. Saving is the Accounting Record of Investment
Basil John Moore

8. Capital Gains: Towards a Hicksian Definition of Income
Basil John Moore

Part 3. The Endogeneity of Money and Exogeneity of Interest Rates

9. The Endogeneity of Credit Money
Basil John Moore

10. Commercial Bank Intermediation
Basil John Moore

11. The Exogeneity of Interest Rates
Basil John Moore

Part 4. The Determination of Prices, Output, and Growth Rates

12. Markup Pricing and the Aggregate Supply Relationship
Basil John Moore

13. The “Raffishness” of Mainstream Macroeconomics: a Post Keynesian Critique
Basil John Moore

14. Interest Rates and Aggregate Demand
Basil John Moore

15. Monetary Policy: Non-Volitional and Volitional Saving
Basil John Moore

16. The Monetary Transmission Process
Basil John Moore

17. Using National Currencies in International Trade: The Case for Fixed Exchange Rates
Basil John Moore

Part 5. Open Economy Considerations

18. Using National Currencies in International Transactions: The Case for Flexible Exchange Rates
Basil John Moore

19. Using a Common Currency in International Transactions: The Post Keynesian Case for No Exchange Rates
Basil John Moore

20. Financial Barriers to Demand-led Growth
Basil John Moore

Keywords: Economics, Macroeconomics/Monetary Economics//Financial Economics, Development Economics

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2006
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
582 pages
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230512139
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-54787-6

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