Keynesian economics (also called Keynesian theory) are the group of macroeconomic schools of thought based on the ideas of 20th-century economist John Maynard Keynes. Keynesian economists believe that aggregate demand (total spending in the economy) does not necessarily equal aggregate supply (the total productive capacity of the economy). Instead it is influenced by a host of factors and sometimes behaves erratically, affecting production, employment and inflation.
What is Neoclassical Economics? : Debating the Origins, Meaning and Significance (Hardcover)
In this free online course you will learn how neoclassical economics defines rational and irrational human behaviour and how behavioural finance questions these definitions. This course will be of great interest to professionals in the areas of economics, finance and psychology who would like to learn more about behavioural finance and how it is developing a new understanding of modern economics and finance. #freelearning #economics #ALISON
Power and Neoclassical Economics: A Return to Political Economy in the Teaching of Economics (Hardcover)
Meme Wars: The Creative Destruction of Neoclassical Economics by Kalle Lasn and Adbusters | From the editor and magazine that started and named the Occupy Wall Street movement, Meme Wars lays out the next steps in rethinking and remaking our world with a new economic paradigm.