Category Archives: quantitative easing and Keynes

Keynes A monetary theory of production

One of the major mistakes of some Keynesian interpreters and followers has been to underestimate the extent to which Keynes believed that monetary policy along side fiscal policy was and remains important. It is a necessary but not sufficient mechanism … Continue reading

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The Passing of Abe Rotstein a Polanyi pioneer and leading member of the U of Toronto nationalist political economy school: Britain enters deflation

Abe Rotstein one of Canada’s outstanding political economists and a leading founder of the Canadian nationalist school of political economy centred in Toronto  passed away last month at the age of 86. The Globe and Mail had a full page … Continue reading

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Japan increases its use of Quantitative Easing in effort to overcome deflation:stocks rise in response,Keynes on front cover of Business Week

The Governor of the Bank of Japan(BOJ) several days ago announced that the Bank would greatly increase its purchase of government debt financing bonds and expand its asset base and thereby its monetary base in a major effort to reverse … Continue reading

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