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Capitalism: Competition, Conflict, Crises

ISBN : 9780199390632

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¥8,932
著者: 
Anwar Shaikh
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1024 ページ
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Hardcover
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163 x 239 mm
刊行日
2016年03月
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Neoclassical economical theory uses aspects of perfect functioning of markets as part of its basic assumptions and introduces imperfections as analysis proceeds forward. Many types of heterodox economics insist on dealing with imperfect competition but project backwards to a previous perfect state. In Capitalism, Anwar Shaikh demonstrates that most of the central propositions of economic analysis can be derived without any reference to hyperrationality, optimization, perfect competition, perfect information, representative agents or so-called rational expectations. These include the laws of demand and supply, the determination of wage and profit rates, technological change, relative prices, interest rates, bond and equity prices, exchange rates, terms and balance of trade, growth, unemployment, inflation, and long booms culminating in recurrent general crises. In every case, Shaikh's theory is applied to modern empirical patterns and contrasted with neoclassical, Keynesian, and Post Keynesian approaches to the same issues. The object of analysis is the economics of capitalism, and economic thought on the subject is addressed in that light. This is how the classical economists, as well as Keynes and Kalecki, approached the issue. Anyone interested in capitalism and economics in general can gain a wealth of knowledge from this ground-breaking text.

目次: 

PART I. FOUNDATIONS OF THE ANALYSIS
1. Introduction
2. Turbulent Trends and Hidden Structures
3. Microfoundations and Macro Patterns
4. Production and Costs
5. Exchange, Money, and Price
6. Capital and Profit

PART II. REAL COMPETITION
7. The Theory of Real Competition
8. Debates on Perfect and Imperfect Competition
9. Competition and Interindustrial Relative Prices
10. Competition, Finance, and Interest Rates
11. International Competition and the Theory of Exchange Rates

PART III. TURBULENT MACRODYNAMICS
12. The Rise and Fall of Modern Macroeconomic
13. Classical Macrodynamics
14. The Theory of Wages and Unemployment
15. Modern Money and Inflation
16. Growth, Cycles, and Crises
17. Summary and Conclusions

著者について: 

Anwar Shaikh is Professor of Economics at the Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science of the New School University and Associate Editor of the Cambridge Journal of Economics. From 2000-2005, he was Senior Scholar and member of the Macro Modeling Team at the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College.

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