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Introduction To Monetary Post Keynesian Economics

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Posted on 27 May 2020 Written by Steve Keen, Patreon.com/Steve Keen This is a talk I've prepared for the University of Basel, which has established an online plural economics lecture series as part of the official curriculum--a move for which I congratulate the University. Please share this article - Go to very top of page, right hand side, for social media buttons. I give a very brief overview of the content and history of Post Keynesian economics, and then focus on Hyman Minsky's Financial Instability Hypothesis, and my work on both modelling Minsky and explaining the role of credit in aggregate demand and income. This includes a very brief introduction to complex systems and system dynamics, using the Open Source software I designed called Minsky. [embedded content]

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posted on 27 May 2020

Written by Steve Keen, Patreon.com/Steve Keen

This is a talk I've prepared for the University of Basel, which has established an online plural economics lecture series as part of the official curriculum--a move for which I congratulate the University.

Introduction To Monetary Post Keynesian Economics


Please share this article - Go to very top of page, right hand side, for social media buttons.


I give a very brief overview of the content and history of Post Keynesian economics, and then focus on Hyman Minsky's Financial Instability Hypothesis, and my work on both modelling Minsky and explaining the role of credit in aggregate demand and income. This includes a very brief introduction to complex systems and system dynamics, using the Open Source software I designed called Minsky.

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