Category Archives: labour market clearing

Keynes:Alive and Well

Way back in 1996 I wrote an op ed piece for the business pages of the Toronto Globe and Mail in response to the anti-Keynesian musings of Terence Corcoran a business columnist for the Globe and Mail who was convinced … Continue reading

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Multipliers, stimulus and jobs

One of the components of a Keynesian strategy is the concept of the investment multiplier first introduced by R.F. Kahn in 1931( there were also several other economists in this era who developed a comparable concept around the same time … Continue reading

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In search of the Non Walrasian Labour Market Model in the Age of Globalization

In Search of the non Walrasian labour market model in the era of Globalization by Harold R.Chorney, Professor, graduate program in public policy and public administration; Concordia university, Montreal, Quebec                      … Continue reading

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I’m Back

Well its nice to be back on line after the hacker attack my e mail and blog suffered from last week. My blogspot site was attacked and although one can still visit it and view its contents I decided for … Continue reading

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