Review of Keynesian Studies Vol.4 Nov. 2022

     The Review of Keynesian Studies

                 Vol. 4 November 2022 


Hans-Michael Trautwein, Globalization,  Fragmentation            and the Evolution of Economic Thinking                  1

Peter Docherty, Responding to Financial   Crises: Why Didn't     Keynes Make Greater Use of the Bagehot Principle in the   Treatise on Money?                                                         21         

Paolo Piacentini, Post-pandemic "Post-war":  The Warnings

 for the Near Future from a  Distant  Past                      46            

Kenshiro Ninomiya, Debt Burden, Wealth and Confidence                                                                                                       73

Masako Tsujimura and Kazusuke TsujimuraTo     Raise, or not   to Raise, That is the Question: Loanable Funds Theory of 

Interest Revisited                                                                 98

[Book Reviews]

Heinz D. Kurz and Neri Salvadori: Competition,  Value and   Distribution in Classical Economics, London and New York:  Routledge, 2022, pp.xii+334 

                                                              Antonio D'Agata 122         

Anna M. Carabelli, Keynes on Uncertainty and Tragic   Happiness: Complexity and Expectations, London: Palgrave   Macmillan, 2021, pp.vii+182 

                                                                Yasuhiro Sakai 126

Louis-Philippe Rochon, Marcin Czachor, Gracjan Robert   Bachurewicz eds., Kalecki and Kaleckian Economics:   Understanding the Economics of Michałl Kalecki and His   Legacy after 50 Years, London and New York: Routledge,

 2021, pp.ix+182 

                                                               Takeshi Ikeda   134

 The Keynes Society Japan I-IX 

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