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This volume examines aspects of the Keynesian tradition, including the collaboration between Keynes and Robertson during the Second World War, Harrod's discontent with Harrodian growth theory, Patinkin's Neoclassical Synthesis interpretation of Keynes, an examination of the ISLM model, the Post Keynesians' assault on orthodoxy, and an archival examination of the Cambridge Keynesians - Richard Kahn, Joan Robinson and Nicholas Kaldor.


Description

This volume examines aspects of the Keynesian tradition, including the collaboration between Keynes and Robertson during the Second World War, Harrod's discontent with Harrodian growth theory, Patinkin's Neoclassical Synthesis interpretation of Keynes, an examination of the ISLM model, the Post Keynesians' assault on orthodoxy, and an archival examination of the Cambridge Keynesians - Richard Kahn, Joan Robinson and Nicholas Kaldor.


Contents

Introduction; R.Leeson
Archival Research and the Reconstruction of Piero Sraffa's Intellectual Biography: An Interim Report; N.Naldi
The Collaboration between Keynes and Robertson during the Second World War: A Perspective from the National Archives; E.Sanfilippo
Harrod's Discontent with Harrodian Growth Theory; D.Besomi
Patinkin's Interpretation of Keynesian Economics: A Genetic Approach; G.Rubin
Is ISLM a Static or Dynamic Keynesian Model?; W.Young
The Post Keynesians' Assault on Orthodoxy; J.King
The Cambridge Keynesians: Kahn, J. Robinson, and Kaldor: A Perspective from their Archives; M.C.Marcuzzo & A.Rosselli


Authors

ROBERT LEESON has taught at a variety of universities, including Stanford, Western Ontario, Murdoch and London. He is currently Campbell Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. He is ranked joint 17th in the list of The World's Top 500 Economists on the basis of the number of journal articles included in the ECONLIT database of the American Economic Association.