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Jul
28
New Issue of Review of Keynesian Economics

A guest blog post from Louis-Philippe Rochon: Dear friends and colleagues, The new issue of the Review of Keynesian Economics (ROKE) is now out, and you can find it here. It features an interesting symposium on ‘Steve Keen and his critics’, and contains not only a paper by Steve Keen, but replies by Marc Lavoie, […]

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Mar
20
Flaherty’s Legacy: Ideological, reckless and just plain lucky

May
5
Niall Ferguson’s Latest Idiocy

May
3
Polozogistics: Nine Thoughts About the Choice of the New Bank of Canada Governor

Feb
15
Getting the Facts Straight on EI Changes

Jun
12
A Green Industrial Revolution

Jun
7
Canada’s Self-Imposed Crisis in Post-Secondary Education

Apr
28
Quebec Tuition: Between a Rock and Hard Place?

Feb
26
The Times they Are a Changing: The MMT Wave Begins

Sep
20
Fighting Unemployment

Aug
22
The Macro-Economics of Financing Employment Insurance

Jul
12
Navigating challenging economic waters

Apr
10
NDP’s “Balanced Budget” Platform

Mar
21
So you think you can budget!

Dec
18
Keeping it Real: Cash, Clunkers and Why Our GrandChildren Have Nothing to Fear

Oct
12
A hip hop version of the Keynes vs Hayek debate

Jul
5
John Loxley’s JKG Prize Lecture

Apr
11
The Temporary Recovery

Mar
27
Currency Cooperation, Crowding out and Other Myths

Mar
25
How Effective Was the Stimulus?

Mar
24
Tales from the Mouth of the Fraser: Did Stimulus Spending Play a Role in the Recovery

Feb
26
Government Deficits and the Private Sector Balance

Dec
15
Reflections on Macro Policy after the Great Recession

Apr
8
CBC “Bottom Line” Panel: Paper & Reality

Apr
8
OECD Endorses Canadian Opposition

Mar
3
When the other shoe falls: the macro impact of a housing bust

Feb
27
The Crisis and Macro-Economic Theory

Nov
21
Time to Revisit the Mainstream Theoretical Framework

Nov
6
The Case for Public Investment Led Growth

Oct
14
Milton and the Meltdown in Iceland

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