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- IntroductionG. C. Harcourt and Peter Kriesler
- On the Microfoundations of MacroeconomicsS. Abu Turab Rizvi
- Post-Keynesian Economics, Rationality, and ConventionsThomas A. Boylan and Paschal F. O’Gorman
- Methodology and Post-Keynesian EconomicsSheila Dow
- Post-Keynesian Perspectives on Some Philosophical Dimensions of Keynes’s Economic ThinkingGay Meeks
- Two Post-Keynesian Approaches to Uncertainty and Irreducible UncertaintyRod O’Donnell
- Interdisciplinary Applications of Post-Keynesian EconomicsWylie Bradford
- Post-Keynesian Economics, Critical Realism, and Social OntologyStephen Pratten
- The Traverse, Equilibrium Analysis, and Post-Keynesian EconomicsJoseph Halevi, Neil Hart, and Peter Kriesler
- A Personal View of Post-Keynesian Elements in the Development of Economic Complexity Theory and Its Application to PolicyJ. Barkley Rosser Jr.
- How Sound are the Foundations of the Aggregate Production Function?Jesus Felipe and J. S. L. McCombie
- Marx and the Post-KeynesiansClaudio Sardoni
- Macroeconomics and the L-Shaped Aggregate Supply CurveJames Forder
- A Post-Keynesian Perspective on the Rise of Central Bank Independence: A Dubious Success Story in Monetary EconomicsJürg Bibow
- The Post-Keynesian Critique of the Mainstream Theory of the State and the Post-Keynesian Approaches to Economic PolicyRichard P. F. Holt
- A Modern Kaleckian-Keynesian Framework for Economic Theory and PolicyPhilip Arestis and Malcolm Sawyer
- Post-Keynesian Principles and Economic PoliciesHeinrich Bortis
- Post-Keynesian Distribution of Personal Income and PayJames K. Galbraith
- Environmental Economics and PolicyNeil Perry
- Theorizing About Post-Keynesian Economics in Australasa: Aggregate Demand, Economic Growth, and Income Distribution PolicyJ. W. Nevile and Paul Dalziel
- The Neoclassical Sink and the Heterodox Spiral: Why the Twin Global Crisis has not Transformed EconomicsGary A. Dymski
- Keynesianism and the CrisisLance Taylor