Tily’s ‘semantic pirouettes’ and Lavoie’s post-‘Keynesianism’: a comment on M. Lavoie “Rethinking monetary theory in the light of Keynes and the crisis”

  • Geoff Tily
Keywords: Post-Keynesian, Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy

Abstract

In a recent paper in your journal, Marc Lavoie contests remarks I have made about Keynes and endogenous money. I would like very much to respond, and have drafted the following text.

References

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Published
2018-01-31
Section
Special Session