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Keynes and the Role of the State : The Tenth Keynes Seminar held at the University of Kent at Canterbury, 1991 - Derek Crabtree

Keynes and the Role of the State

The Tenth Keynes Seminar held at the University of Kent at Canterbury, 1991

By: Derek Crabtree (Editor, Foreword by), A. P. Thirlwall (Editor)

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Containing papers which were presented at the the tenth Keynes Seminar together with the discussion that followed each paper and four invited papers, this book examines Keynes' views on the role of the state in economic affairs. It also explores their relevance in developing countries and Eastern Europe, against a background of the withdrawal of the state in most of the developed countries of Western Europe. A.P. Thirlwall has also written "Growth and Development: with Special Reference to Developing Economies" (4th edition), "Inflation, Saving and Growth in Developing Economies", "Regional Growth and Unemployment in the United Kingdom" (with R. Dixon), "Financing Economic Development", "Balance-of-Payments Theory and the United Kingdom Experience" (4th edition with H.D. Gibson), "Deindustrialization" (with S. Bazen), "Economic Growth and the Balance of Payments Constraint" (with J. McCombie) and co-editor of "Keynes and the Bloomsbury Group" (with Derek Crabtree). Thirlwall is also the editor of "Keynes and Economic Development", "Keynes and International Monetary Relations", "Keynes and Laissez-Faire" and "Keynes as a Policy Adviser".

Part 1 Introduction, Derek Crabtree; Keynes and the role of the state, Alan Peacock; discussion, Peter Clark; the decline of corporatism, Andrew Gamble; discussion, Samuel Brittan; economic malfunction and the role of the state, J. Cornwall; monetary rules versus consensual discretion - corporatism and the future of Keynesian policy-making, Andrew Henley and Euclid Tsakalotos. Part 2 Introduction, J. Hughes; Keynes and the role of the state in developing countries, Anand Chandavarkar; discussion, M. Lipton; the future role of the state in Eastern Europe, Mica Panic; discussion, Michael Bleaney; post-communism and the problem with Marshall aid, Richard Sakwa; Keynes, Russia and the state in developing countries, John Toye.

ISBN: 9780333582527
ISBN-10: 0333582527
Series: Keynes Seminars
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 277
Published: 5th May 1993
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97  x 1.75
Weight (kg): 0.49
Edition Number: 1