Keynes, Knowledge and Uncertainty
In Keynes, Knowledge and Uncertainty, the economics and philosophy of J.M. Keynes are placed in relation to contemporary ideas on economic theorizing, demonstrating the prescience of his thought while also opening up further possibilities for adapting, developing and applying his ideas.
Bringing together the work of many leading figures in the fields of Keynes studies and epistemology, this volume of essays strengthens the foundations of post Keynesian economics and includes constructive developments in the theory of uncertainty and its application.
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`Keynes, Knowledge and Uncertainty is an immensely engaging volume. . . . it creates a pleasing sense of continuity, and a sense of having gained from reading the collection as a whole. As a collection of work from the frontiers of post Keynesian scholarship, this book is a volume that all post Keynesians will want to possess, and one that all mainstream economists should read.' -- Mark Setterfield, Review of Social Economy `A thought-provoking collection of essays. . .' -- Aslib Book Guide `There is a great deal of thought-provoking material here.' -- Anthony Brewer, The Manchester School `This is a book which presents interesting perspectives on Keynes and the post Keynesian approach. Hopefully it will be read not only by those who already belong to the Keynesian camp alone.' -- Finn Olesen, The Economic Journal