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This book provides an enlightening glimpse into the deep theoretical traditions of post-Keynesian theory whilst also illuminating the richness and uniqueness of post-Keynesian economic policy. The editors have gathered together leading scholars and researchers to push the boundaries of post-Keynesian thinking. They address a number of important issues dealing with wage determination, income distribution and central bank governance. Many of these chapters share a common theme including criticism of the usefulness of monetary policy in fighting or targeting inflation and the questions this raises for central bank governance. This book also focuses on open economy issues such as capital flows, globalization, FDI and the Washington Consensus. "Monetary Policy and Financial Stability" is required reading for students, scholars and researchers of economics, and for policymakers seeking rational alternatives to the current neo-classical orthodoxy.
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