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In this ek, over a dozen philosophers and economists come together to examine the consequences of living in a society in which exchanges between people increasingly take the form of buying and selling goods and services for money.
El regreso de Keynes Skidelsky, Robert. Resumen What happens to the morality of a society in which money rules the roost? When requesting a correction, please mention this item’s handle: See general information about how to correct material regreo RePEc. The economic crisis and the state of economics Skidelsky, Robert. What happens to the morality of a society in which money rules the roost?
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The view taken in this important new book is that the omnipresence of uncertainty make money and government essential features of any market economy. Robegt The dominant view in economics is that money and government should play only a minor role in economic life.
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Download full text from publisher File URL: The dominant view in economics is that money and government should play only a minor role in economic life. A precarious balance of forces between government, employers, and trade unions enabled Keynesian economics to emerge as the new policy paradigm of the Western world. You can help adding them by using this form.
Instead of the market being embedded in society, society has come to be embedded in the market. Based rehreso conference papers and discussions, this volume asks, in which ways does money change us? Corrections All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors. Once the crisis had been overcome – by Keynesian measures taken in desperation – the pre-crash orthodoxy was reinstated, undermined but unbowed. You can help correct errors and omissions.
El regreso de Keynes Skidelsky, Robert. Money, it is claimed, is nothing more than a medium of exchange; and economic outcomes are best left to the ‘invisible hand’ of the market. More about this item Statistics Access and download statistics Corrections All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors.
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If you have authored this item and are not yet registered with RePEc, we encourage you to do it here. More about this item Statistics Access and download statistics. After Adam Smith orthodoxy persistently espoused non-intervention, but the Great Depression of stopped the artificers of orthodox economics in their tracks.
By showing that much of economic orthodoxy is far from being the hard science it claims to be, it aims to embolden the next generation of economists to break free from their conceptual prisons and afford money and government the starring roles in the economic drama that they deserve. This book aims to familiarise the reader with essential elements of Keynes’s ‘big idea’. Thirty years later, the global financial crash was severe enough to have shaken the re-vamped classical orthodoxy, but, curiously, this did not happen.