European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention (EJEEP), Edward Elgar Publishing

ISSN: 2052-7772

Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 566
Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2023Some Kaleckian remarks on modern monetary theory in light of a paper by Drumetz/PfisterSawyer, Malcolm C.
2023The modern monetary theory literature seems to have escaped Drumetz/PfisterMitchell, William F.
2023The contribution of MMT to modern macroeconomicsWatts, Martin J.; Juniper, James
2023The European core-periphery divide: towards a new narrativeCasagrande, Sara; Dallago, Bruno
2023"I think it is important to speak multiple languages theoretically in order to communicate to different types of people"Braunstein, Elissa; Dafermos, Yannis; Niechoj, Torsten
2023Editorial to the Symposium: Modern Monetary Theory and its criticsLavoie, Marc
2023Modern money theory: some basics in response to Drumetz/PfisterLeclaire, Joëlle
2023What modern monetary theory is, and what it is notCarnevali, Emilio; Fontana, Giuseppe
2023Modern money theory on fiscal and monetary policies: empirics, theory, and praxisTymoigne, Éric
2023It takes two to tango: a reply to our MMT criticsDrumetz, Françoise; Pfister, Christian
2023EditorialThe Editors
2023Book review: Cuyvers, Ludo (2022): Neo-Marxism and Post-Keynesian Economics: From Kalecki to Sraffa and Joan Robinson, Milton Park (247 pages, Routledge, hardcover, ISBN 978-1-032-25480-7)Lavoie, Marc
2023The trade-off between inflation and unemployment in an 'MMT world': an open-economy perspectiveCarnevali, Emilio; Deleidi, Matteo
2022The macroeconomic implications of zero growth: a post-Keynesian approachHein, Eckhard; Jimenez, Valeria
2022Book review: Marglin, Stephen A. (2021): Raising Keynes: A Twenty-First Century General Theory, Cambridge, MA, USA (896 pages, Harvard University Press, hardcover, ISBN 978-0-674-97102-8)Jahangir, Junaid B.
2022Macroeconomic implications and growth regimes under alternative interpretations of household debtMarsellou, Emilia G.
2022Inequality, non-linear consumption behaviour, and monetary growth imperativesJanischewski, Anja
2022The ecological crisis and post-Keynesian economics – bridging the gap?Huwe, Vera; Rehm, Miriam
2022Assessing climate policies: an ecological stock–flow consistent perspectiveDafermos, Yannis; Nikolaidi, Maria
2022A monetary Keynesian view of modern monetary theoryDullien, Sebastian; Tober, Silke
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