This volume, along with its companion volume, Methodology, Microeconomics and Keynes is published in honour of Victoria Chick, inspired by her own contributions to knowledge in all of these areas and their interconnections. It represents both consolidation and the breaking of new ground in Keynesian monetary theory and macroeconomics by leading figures in these fields.

chapter 1|3 pages

Introduction: On Chick's Life as an Academic

ByPhilip Arestis, Meghnad Desai, Sheila Dow

chapter 2|10 pages

The ‘Great Inflation', 1520–1640: Early Views on Endogenous Money 1

ByPhilip Arestis, Peter Howells

chapter 3|11 pages

The Endogeneity of Money

ByCharles Goodhart

chapter 4|10 pages

The Transmission Mechanism with Endogenous Money 1

ByDavid Laidler

chapter 5|10 pages

Economic Policy with Endogenous Money

ByMalcolm Sawyer

chapter 7|12 pages

Keynes, Money and Modern Macroeconomics

ByColin Rogers

chapter 9|12 pages

On Keynes's Concept of the Revolving Fund of Finance

ByFernando J. Cardim de Carvalho

chapter 10|12 pages

On a Post-Keynesian Stream From France and Italy: The Circuit Approach

ByJoseph Halevi, Rédouane Taouil

chapter 11|12 pages

IS-LM and Macroeconomics After Keynes

ByPeter Kriesler, John Nevile

chapter 12|9 pages

On Keynes and Chick on Prices in Modern Capitalism 1

ByG. C. Harcourt

chapter 13|16 pages

Aggregate Demand Policy in the Long Run

ByPeter Skott

chapter 14|10 pages

The Investment Decision in Keynes's Thought

ByAugusto Graziani

chapter 16|10 pages

Some Myths About Phillips's Curve 1

ByBernard Corry

chapter 17|9 pages

Transitional Steady States: A Contradiction in Terms?

ByMaurizio Caserta

chapter 18|11 pages

Unemployment in a Small Open Economy

ByPenelope Hawkins, Christopher Torr

chapter 20|11 pages

The Fate of Key Currencies: DM, Sterling and the Euro

ByStephen F. Frowen, Elias Karakitsos