Tag Archives: Keynes

My evening with Joan Robinson and the Tractatus: Edward Fullbrook

A marvelous piece from Real World Economics on intellectual development and intellectual integrity and also about economics but that’s not the main point:  “The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money was the first book I ever read with pleasure.  I … Continue reading

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Economics 101: Our Top Conflict Tips

I thought it would be fun to post my own Top conflict tips on economics: All Economics is Political Economics: there is no value-free unpolitical economics, so best to surface all political assumptions right at the start and ask who … Continue reading

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Keynes Through the Lens of Marx

There is an interesting piece on Keynes and Marx in Real World Economics today on the role of material interest in distorting economics in ways that Marx would understand but Keynes could not. Robert Skidelsky, Keynes’s biographer, presents a useful criticism … Continue reading

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