[URPE] heterodox macro paperback edition
jgoldste at bowdoin.edu
Tue Nov 2 13:35:39 MDT 2010
Can you please send the following announcement to the listserve.
Given that textbook ordering season for the Spring semester is upon us,
I am writing to bring your attention to the paperback release of our
book, Heterodox Macroeconomics: Keynes, Marx and Globalization, recently
published by Routledge as part of the Advances in Heterodox Economics
series. The paperback release, priced at $42.95 and available January
13, 2011, makes the material in this volume far more accessible to
undergraduate and graduate students.
The book provides a timely, unique and current synthesis of the best
work by top heterodox scholars addressing today's most pressing
macroeconomic issues. The book analyzes:
o rising inequality, global financial instability, and macroeconomic
o the perverse and pernicious neoliberal policy-making since 1980 that
led to increased financial instability;
o a coherent, second wave synthesis of post-Keynesian and Marxian macro
o heterodox policy alternatives to neoliberal, free-market policies.
The book is divided into four sections:
o Heterodox Macrotheory and a revised Keynes-Marx synthesis;
o Accumulation, Crisis and Instability;
o The Macrodynamics of the Neoliberal Regime;
o Contemporary Heterodox Macroeconomic Policies.
The book's twenty essays include theoretical, international, historical,
and country perspectives on financial fragility and macroeconomic
/Heterodox Macroeconomics/ is an especially useful book for
undergraduate or graduate courses on globalization, economic crisis,
modern Marxian and post-Keynesian analysis and also for modern history
of thought and macroeconomics courses that consider heterodox perspectives.
This book brings together leading world heterodox scholars to make sense
out of these topics and to update heterodox macroeconomic theory. Its
papers build centrally on recent foundational heterodox macro analyses
and authors include: Gerald Epstein, Stephen Fazzari, Martin Wolfson,
Makato Itoh, Soo Haeng Kim, Raford Boddy, Gary Dymski, Jonathan
Goldstein, David Kotz, Fred Moseley, Ilene Grabel, Malcolm Sawyer,
Michele Naples, Bill Gibson and Michael Hillard.
More information about this book can be obtained from the publisher's
Feel free to forward this message to other relevant listserves.
If you have further questions about the book, please contact the authors:
Jonathan Goldstein, Professor of Economics, Bowdoin College
jgoldste at bowdoin.edu 207-725-3595.
Michael Hillard, Professor of Economics, University of Southern Maine _
mhillard at maine.edu_, 207-780-6409 (USA)
Jonathan P. Goldstein
Department of Economics
9600 College Station
Brunswick ME 04011
207 725 3595
207 725 3691 (fax)
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