Chapter 4 Post-Keynesian economics: a pluralistic alternative to conventional economics
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This chapter surveys the post-Keynesian alternative to conventional economics, including its origins and various strands, fundamental preconceptions, and major findings. It also highlights the school's pluralistic features by looking first at the tradition as a whole and then at the work of one prominent post-Keynesian-Hyman Minsky.

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