The Great Economic Debate: Failed Economics and a Future for Canada
James Lorimer & Company, 1987 - 428 стор.
In The Great Economic Debate, Cy Gonick shows how economic theories work--and how they don't work. As economists argue in circles, the closed nature of the Great Economic Debate puts Canada's future in peril.
Building on his provocative analysis of the strengths and flaws of classic economic theories, the author takes a fresh, wide-ranging look at the Canadian malaise. Canada's future lies not in the ornate models of conservatives, post-Keynesians or social democrats, Gonick says, but in a rejuvenation of democracy in the community and in the workplace.
Eschewing traditional economic theories, The Great Economic Debate expresses Cy Gonick's unique vision of economic recovery, strengthening his reputation as one of Canada's most insightful political economists.
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Economic Theory and Ideology
Orthodoxy and Its Reformers
Monetarism and SupplySide Economics
Theory and Practice
The PostKeynesian Response
Income and Class
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