Steve Keen is an Australian economist and author. He considers himself a post-Keynesian, criticising neoclassical economics as inconsistent, unscientific and empirically unsupported.
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@nonparibus @FrancoB411 That would be great. Let's DM. BTW that's Minsky's worst book. Leave it on the shelf and get "Can 'It' Happen Again?" instead. – source
Steve KeenJul 15, 2020
@ItzSmiT @Laurie_Garrett Nothing much, apart from write an impeccably researched book 26 years ago on precisely what we're experiencing right now – source
Steve KeenJun 21, 2020
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Dynamic Economic Systems
A Post Keynesian Approach
The future of the Common Law judicial system in Hong Kong depends on the perceptions of it by Hong Kong's Chinese population, judicial developments prior to July 1, 1997, when Hong Kong passes from British to Chinese control, and the Basic Law. These critical issues are addressed in this book....
Mathematician John Blatt’s brilliant and accessible book Dynamic Economic Systems, long out of print, is now available on Kindle. Buy it now! @rethinkecon @UnlearnEcon @SussexPEAS @S_D_Society @Limits2Growth @Lprochon @PostCrashEcon – source
Steve KeenMay 07, 2020
@Vivantive @AnnPettifor @rethinkecon @PostCrashEcon @PositiveMoneyUK @PrivateDebtProj Great content too, and excellent prose. Richard writes beautifully and pungently. As well as being a successful banker, he established @delanceyplace, a book reader's delight. – source
Steve KeenMay 08, 2019