Heterodox Macroeconomics: Keynes, Marx and globalization
Introduction from Heterodox Macroeconomics: Keynes, Marx, and Globalization, Jonathan P. Goldstein and Michael G. Hillard, editors.
Chapter 14: Historically Contingent, Institutionally Specific: Class Struggles and American Employer Exceptionalism in the Age of Neoliberal Globalization
Michael G. Hillard and Richard McIntyre
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Heterodox Macroeconomics offers a detailed understanding of the foundations of the recent global financial crisis. The chapters, from a selection of leading academics in the field of heterodox macroeconomics, carry out a synthesis of heterodox ideas that place financial instability, macroeconomic crisis, rising global inequality and a grasp of the perverse and pernicious qualities of global and domestic macroeconomic policy making since 1980 into a coherent perspective. It familiarizes the reader with the emerging unified theory of heterodox macroeconomics and its applications
Goldstein, J. & Hillard, M.G. (Eds.). (2009). Heterodox Macroeconomics: Keynes, Marx, and Globalization. New York, Routledge.