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Journal of Post Keynesian Economics
Founding Coeditors: Sidney Weintraub (1914-1983) and Paul Davidson (Editor Emeritus)
Coeditors: Jan A. Kregel, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, and L. Randall Wray, University of Missouri--Kansas City
Managing Editor: Diane Wittig, M.E. Sharpe, Inc. (dwittig@mesharpe.com)

The Journal of Post Keynesian Economics is a scholarly journal of innovative theoretical and empirical work that sheds fresh light on contemporary economic problems. It is committed to the principle that cumulative development of economic theory is only possible when the theory is continuously subjected to scrutiny in terms of its ability both to explain the real world and to provide a reliable guide to public policy.

"The topics of articles in this journal pose answers to troublesome questions. ... This journal is important because of the subject matter it covers." -Magazines for Libraries
 
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Editorial Board
Honorary Board of Editors: Founding Chairman: J.K. Galbraith (1908-2006); G.C. Harcourt, Cambridge University; Albert O. Hirschman (1915-2012); Luigi Pasinetti, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore; Lord Robert Skidelsky, University of Warwick; Lester C. Thurow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Editorial Board:; Eileen Appelbaum; Philip Arestis; H. Sonmez Atesoglu; Ronald G. Bodkin; Lars Calmfors; David M. Jones; Donald W. Katzner; Fred Lee; Basil J. Moore; Warren Mosler; Alessandro Roncaglia; J. Barkley Rosser, Jr.; Roy Rotheim; Malcolm Sawyer; Nina Shapiro; Myron E. Sharpe; Eugene Smolensky; Anthony Thirlwall


Table of Contents
Spring 2014
Vol. 36 No. 03

Using the General Theory to explain the U.S. business cycle, 1950-2009
John T. Harvey 391
Are there nonlinear speculative bubbles in commodities prices?
Ehsan Ahmed, J. Barkley Rosser Jr., and Jamshed Y. Uppal 415
Do animal spirits rely on somatic markers? Keynes in light of neuroscience
Michael Lainé 439
Bank credit and the housing market in OECD countries
Philip Arestis and Ana Rosa González 467
Capital account regulation in Iceland: does anybody know what is going to happen?
Pablo Aguirre Carmona 491
Brazilian countercyclical economic policies as a response to the Great Recession: a critical analysis and an alternative proposal to ensure macroeconomic stability
Fernando Ferrari-Filho, André Moreira Cunha, and Julimar da Silva Bichara 513
The remittance multiplier (-1) theorem
Luis Alberto Alonso González and Bruno Sovilla 541
Balance-of-payments-constrained growth and convergence: one more piece of the jigsaw
Carlos Garcimartín, José Antonio Alonso, and Luis Rivas 555

 

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