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Bastard Keynesianism: The Evolution of Economic Thinking and Policymaking since World War II (Contributions in Economics and Economic History) epub

by Lynn Turgeon


Bastard Keynesianism: The Evolution of Economic Thinking and Policymaking since World War II (Contributions in Economics and Economic History) epub

ISBN: 0313300240

ISBN13: 978-0313300240

Author: Lynn Turgeon

Category: Other

Subcategory: Business & Finance

Language: English

Publisher: Praeger (August 30, 1996)

Pages: 184 pages

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The changes in economic thinking in the United States and in the world are described. Professor Turgeon tells the fascinating story of how one vision of Keynesianism-the wrong one, in his view-came to America and what this has meant to our economic life since World War II.

The changes in economic thinking in the United States and in the world are described. There are also some nice surprises, such as how policy under Kennedy and Reagan were actually very similar. For professors who want to make economic policy an exciting topic, this would be an excellent supplement to a principles course. -Robert Pollin, Professor of Economics University of.

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180. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -149) and index. Geographic Name: United States Economic policy. Rubrics: Keynesian economics. Download now Bastard Keynesianism : the evolution of economic thinking and policymaking since World War II Lynn Turgeon. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

The changes in economic thinking in the United States and in the world are described, with a chapter devoted to each presidency from Eisenhower to Clinton

The changes in economic thinking in the United States and in the world are described, with a chapter devoted to each presidency from Eisenhower to Clinton. The importance of Military Keynesianism in winning the Cold War is described along with similarities and differences between the various national administrations. Library descriptions.

The changes in economic thinking in the United States and in the world are described, with a. .Contributions in Economics & Economic History. LYNN TURGEON is Professor Emeritus of Economics at Hofstra University

The changes in economic thinking in the United States and in the world are described, with a chapter devoted to each presidency from Eisenhower to Clinton. LYNN TURGEON is Professor Emeritus of Economics at Hofstra University. Country of Publication.

The importance of Military Keynesianism in winning the Cold War is described along with similarities and differences between the various national administrations.

Title: Contributions in economics and economic history, 0084-9235 ; no. 18. 180. Note . Classical Keynesian thinking Economic thinking during and after World War II Eisenhower and the rejection of military Keynesianism The return of military Keynesianism under Kennedy-Johnson Conversion of President Nixon to nonmilitary Keynesianism The nonmilitary, non-Keynesian Ford interrregnum Jimmy Carter, the populist and military non-Keynesian Military Keynesianism and supply-side president Ronald Reagan George Bush, another nonmilitary, non-Keynesian president Can. President Clinton become a nonmilitary Keynesian?

The thinking of John Maynard Keynes is still relevant to successful development of the advanced capitalistic system as is shown by evolution of economic thinking since World War II. The changes in economic thinking in the United States and in the world are described, with a chapter devoted to each presidency from Eisenhower to Clinton. The importance of Military Keynesianism in winning the Cold War is described along with similarities and differences between the various national administrations.