Sunday, May 5, 2013

Dissent on Keynes: A Critical Appraisal of Keynesian Economics Edited by Mark Skousen

Status: Almost Complete (v.3)


This EPUB was requested by user fegeldolfy on the Mises forums.

Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 91-27161
ISBN: 0-275-93778-X

Fix Notes:

Page 58: par. 0: Leontief:

Keynes’s implicit assumption that the labor supply is perfectly elastic at some inflexibly downward money wage rate was perceptively likened by Leontiff to a minimum-wage rate.

Page 134: par. 1: behavioural

Interpreters such as John Hicks (1937) and Alvin Hansen (1947), whose focus penetrated Keynes’s cloud of uncertainty, have identified a set of behavorial relationships which, together with the corresponding equilibrium conditions, imply determinate values of total income and the interest rate.

Page 136: par. 0: contrasting

While many of the conflicting claims can be reconciled in terms of the short-run and long-run orientation of Keynesians and Monetarists, respectively, and in terms of their constrasting philosophical orientations, neither vision takes into account the workings or failings of the market mechanisms within the investment aggregate.

Page 194+: Missing Footnote 15 (This one needs looking into to try to determine where exactly it should be placed)

Page 199: Missing Subchapter I (?)

Page 208: par. 0: determining

This proportion, and the time-preference schedule determing it, will change unpredictably, depending on the time preferences of the hoarders and nonhoarders and on how the changing demand for money ripples through the market economy.

Page 215: Two footnote 18s on the page (the top one should be changed to 17).

Page 231: Serfdom

———. 1944. The Road to Serfdum. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Page 242: Empirical

Vorhies, Frank, and Fred Glahe. 1988. “Political Liberty and Social Development: An Empirial Investigation,” Public Choice 58 (July), 45-71.

Page 247: Index: Under "Haberler, Gottfried": recovery

economic reovery, 105

Page 250: Index: Pèlerin

Mont Pelerin Society

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