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Kalecki-Krugman Deconstructed!

Michael Kalecki is/was one of the favorite authors in Center for Economic Studies and Planning, JNU, India. But frankly speaking I did not understand what he said much while I was a student there. However, recently Steve Williamson has done a very good job of putting Kalecki’s ideas in a very accessible way. Of course, the whole thing began as usual with Krugman trudging up Kalecki’s ghost!

You can read Steve’s analysis here¬†and here.

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