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The Great Recession Rethinking Macroeconomics for Employment and Development

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The Great Recession: Rethinking Macroeconomics for Employment and Development
Nova | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 1536136565 | 321 pages | PDF | 4.17 MB

The Great Recession: Rethinking Macroeconomics for Employment and Development
Nova | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 1536136565 | 321 pages | PDF | 4.17 MB
by Anis Chowdhury (Author), Iyanatul Islam (Author)
The chapters in this volume were written as commentaries between mid-2008 and early-2016 in the wake of the Great Recession of 2008-2009. The chapters not only provide a critique of mainstream macroeconomics, but also suggest a way forward. This volume contains an extensive introduction to synthesis the debate on macroeconomic orthodoxy and to assess the attempts at its reconstruction in light of its dismal failure in predicting the crisis and responding to it. Two main conclusions about the various attempts at reconstructing macroeconomics are that they: (1) suffer from an advanced country bias, and (2) do not pay sufficient attention to employment even in developed countries. The benign neglect of developing countries in reconstructing macroeconomics is not at all surprising, as both post-Great Depression macroeconomics and its orthodox replacement evolved without paying due regard to the particular circumstances and problems of developing countries. The neglect of employment in rethinking macroeconomics shows how deeply orthodoxy still remains embedded in the major institutions, as well as among professional economists and policymakers. Thus, unfortunately, whatever is likely to emerge as post-Great Recession macroeconomics does not seem very encouraging for employment and development. The essays compiled in this volume suggest how macroeconomics can serve the dual objectives of short-term stabilization and long-term inclusive sustainable development goals with decent and productive employment featuring prominently for both developed and developing countries
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