edited by Sheila C. Dow and John Hillard
This is the first of two volumes celebrating Keynes' contribution to economics and the development of post-Keynesian economics in recent years. The book is divided into three sections, the first of which examines general issues, including investment, information, labour economics and monetary theory. In the second part, the discussion is extended to uncertainty and addresses the associated issues of rationality, trust and speculation. The third and final section focuses on international economics and considers the theory of comparative advantage, the fight against speculation in foreign exchange markets, Tobin's transactions and the Maastricht Treaty.