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After the Crash:Rediscovering Keynes and the origins of quantitative easing (2nd posting)

By Harold R.Chorney Professor of Political economy, Concordia University Montréal, Québec Preface: More than twenty five years ago I began to write about problems of public finance.( Chorney, 1984) At the time that I began to do so, I never … Continue reading

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Poli 463, 2017 course outline: Keynes versus monetarists before and after the crash of 2008.

Poli 463/2 fall 2017 Government and Business course outline : under construction Keynes versus monetarists before and after the crash of 2008 Prof.Harold Chorney Fall/ 2017 Thursday 2:45 – 5:30 MB 2  285 Course overview: This course explores the tools … Continue reading

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Poli 463, 2015 course outline: Keynes versus monetarists before and after the crash of 2008.

Poli 463/2 Government and Business course outline : Keynes versus monetarists before and after the crash of 2008 Prof.Harold Chorney Fall/ 2015 Course overview: This course explores the tools that are necessary to deal with the contemporary global economy and … Continue reading

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After the Crash:Rediscovering Keynes and the origins of quantitative easing (2nd posting)

By Harold R.Chorney Professor of Political economy, Concordia University Montréal, Québec Preface: More than twenty five years ago I began to write about problems of public finance.( Chorney, 1984) At the time that I began to do so, I never … Continue reading

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After the Crash, Rediscovering Keynes and the Origins of quantitative Easing

Paper to be presented to the Mid West Political Science Association, Chicago, March, 2011 draft provisonal version By Harold R.Chorney Professor of Political economy, Concordia University Montréal, Québec Preface: More than twenty five years ago I began to write about … Continue reading

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Poli 610 course outline fall 2017 Macroeconomic policy after Keynes, Friedman and the crash of 2008 (under construction)

Pol. 610  Macro-economic policy-making after Keynes Concordia University fall 2017 Prof. H. Chorney tel. 848 2424 ext.2106  e mail harold.chorney@concordia.ca Office hours tba This course is an intensive examination of macro-economic policy-making and macro-economic theory in the light of recent … Continue reading

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Poli 610:Macro-economic theory and policy after Keynes and the crash of 2008

Pol. 610  Macro-economic policy-making after Keynes Concordia University fall, 2012 Prof. H. Chorney tel. 848 2424 ext.2106  e mail Chorney@alcor.concordia.ca Office hours tba This course is an intensive examination of macro-economic policy-making and macro-economic theory in the light of recent … Continue reading

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Pol. 610  Macro-economic policy-making after Keynes (under construction)

Concordia University fall 2019 Prof. H. Chorney tel. 848 2424 ext.2106  e mail harold.chorney@concordia.ca Office hours tba This course is an intensive examination of macro-economic policy-making and macro-economic theory in the light of recent and earlier global developments, including the … Continue reading

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Second posting CEA paper Post crash macroeconomics:the eclipse of rational expectations monetarism and the need for a new synthesis

Chorney, Harold (Concordia University Montreal Harold.chorney@concordia.ca) Title Post-crash macroeconomics: The eclipse of rational expectations monetarism and the need for a new synthesis. Abstract Most of the classical and Neo-classical macroeconomics edifice imploded with the crash of 2007–2009. Instead of market … Continue reading

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Post crash macroeconomics:the eclipse of rational expectations monetarism and the need for a new synthesis (under construction) paper presented to the Canadian Economic Association annual meetings June 1 2018 McGill university Montreal

Chorney, Harold (Concordia University Montreal) Title Post-crash macroeconomics: The eclipse of rational expectations monetarism and the need for a new synthesis. Abstract Most of the classical and Neo-classical macroeconomics edifice imploded with the crash of 2007–2009. Instead of market clearing … Continue reading

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