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Microeconomic theory : a heterodox approach /
Frederic S. Lee ; edited by Tae-Hee Jo.
imprint
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018.
description
xxvi, 273 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
ISBN
0415247314, 9780415247313
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imprint
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018.
isbn
0415247314
9780415247313
contents note
Preface -- The making of heterodox microeconomics -- Structure, agency, and modeling the economy -- The business enterprise : structures -- The business enterprise : agency and causal mechanisms -- Markets and demand for the social product -- Competition, the market price, and market governance -- Microeconomics and the social provisioning process -- Appendix 1 Heterodox microeconomics course syllabus -- Appendix 2 Narrative-qualitative-analytical problem sets -- Bibliography -- Index.
catalogue key
11698670
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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This book builds the theoretical core of Post Keynesian microeconomics that can be used as a foundation for other economists in their work.
Main Description
The purpose of this book is to delineate Post Keynesian microeconomic theory. More specifically, the objective is to build the theoretical core of Post Keynesian microeconomics that can then be used by other Post Keynesians in their work. Hence the book is about theory creation as opposed to delineating what is currently accepted, with an emphasis on business enterprise, production, costs, pricing and prices, markets, market governance, market demand, and distribution of income. The book begins with a historical understanding of the origins of Post Keynesian economics and an awareness of the range of different and similar ideas that contributed to the development of Post Keynesian microeconomics. This book is unusal however to the extent that it refers more to theory than specific theorists, grounding each component of the core theory in empirical evidence. The conceptual organization of the book is based on a critical realist perspective of identifying structures and causal mechanisms, examining Post Keynesian microeconomics as it currently stands.
Main Description
The purpose of this book is to delineate Post Keynesian microeconomic theory. More specifically, the objective is to build the theoretical core of Post Keynesian microeconomics that can then be used by other Post Keynesians in their work. Hence the book is about theory creation as opposed to delineating what is currently accepted, with an emphasis on business enterprise, production, costs, pricing and prices, markets, market governance, market demand, and distribution of income. The book begins with a historical understanding of the origins of Post Keynesian economics and an awareness of the range of different and similar ideas that contributed to the development of Post Keynesian microeconomics. This book is unusal however to the extent that it refers more to theory than specific theorists, grounding each component of the core theory in empirical evidence. The conceptual organization of the book is based on a critical realist perspective of identifying structures and causal mechanisms,examining Post Keynesian microeconomics as it currently stands.
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In 'Post Keynesian Microeconomic Theory,' Frederic S. Lee builds a theoretical core of Post Keynesian microeconomics that can be used as a foundation for other economists in their work.
Table of Contents
Introduction
Methodology of Heterodox
Structure and Organization of Economic Activity
The Structure of the Business Enterprise
Agency and the Theory of the Business Enterprise
Industry and Market
Structure of Market Demand
Structure of Market Demand, the Business Enterprise, and the Market Price
Competition, the Market Price, and Market Governance
Private Market Governance and the Market Price: Trade Association and Price Leadership
Public Market Governance and the Market Price: Laws and Government Regulation
Disaggregated Price-Output Model of the Economy
Mark Ups, Finance, Investment, and Economic Activity
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