Keynesian Economics

RECENT NEWS  Apr 5  Comment 
My former colleague Christopher Taylor, who has died aged 79, was a fine applied economist who served the Bank of England for 20 years. Although by training and instinct a Keynesian, sceptical of the claims of monetary control as a panacea, he was...
New York Times  Jun 2  Comment 
Combining the logic of supply-side economics and of Keynesian stimulus makes sense when the economy is weak, but not right now.
New York Times  Mar 8  Comment 
It was long Keynesian dogma that two-thirds of economic output goes to labor. That truism has come undone, and corporate consolidation may be a cause.
The Economic Times  Jan 31  Comment 
The Keynesian prescription of government expenditure seems to be the safest bet as the corporate sector is not enthusiastic enough to be driven by a monetary stimulus.
Forbes  Jan 26  Comment 
Over the years, economics has entertained many schools of thought, including mercantilism, Schumpeterian, Marxism, Keynesian economics, monetarism, and rational economics. None was perfect. But none was outright stupid. President Trump has started...  Dec 11  Comment 
John Maynard Keynes penned his General Theory in 1936. Faced with the upheaval of 2016, what would a cryogenically frozen Keynes do? Imagine this. In late 1936, shortly after the publication of his classic General Theory, John Maynard Keynes is...

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