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Non-Ricardian political economy

Gordon, Barry

Non-Ricardian political economy

five neglected contributions

by Gordon, Barry

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Published by Baker Library in Boston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.,
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Economists -- Great Britain.,
    • Economics -- Great Britain -- History.,
    • Say"s law.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Barry J. Gordon.
      SeriesKress Library of Business and Economics. Publication no. 20
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB103.A3 G6
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 51 p.
      Number of Pages51
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5595132M
      LC Control Number68000697

      Cayley’s arguments are briefly and sympathetically summarised in B. J. Gordon, Non-Ricardian Political Economy: Five Neglected Contributions (Boston, Mass.: Baker Library, ), pp. 13–19, which remains the only substantial appraisal of his work. Google ScholarAuthor: J. E. King.   I am giving my first impressions of the literature on "Optimal Fiscal Policy", which is yet another sub-field of Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) models. Like any other area of academic enquiry, there is a huge wave of articles that are variations on a few themes. It appears that this field represents steps towards a more realistic model framework for DSGE models, but it is. abounds with political economy explanations of why tax rates and current expenditure are highly rigid in the short run3 and with documented episodes in which % of –scal ad-justment falls on infrastructure investment.4 Development macroeconomics boasts of only a few stylized facts. Regrettably, slashing expenditure on roads, power, and.


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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Non-Ricardian political economy by Gordon, Barry,Baker Library edition, in EnglishPages: Get this from a library. Non-Ricardian political economy: five neglected contributions. [Barry Gordon] -- George Craufurd: frustration in exileEdward Stillingfleet Cayley: principles and practiceWilliam Robert Ashley Pettman: an independent visionSir William Sleeman: thuggery and Say's LawThe.

vii, 51 p. 27 cmPages: Ricardian economics are the economic theories of David Ricardo, an English political economist born in who made a fortune as a stockbroker and loan broker. At the age of 27, he read An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith and was energized by the theories of economics.

His main economic ideas are contained in On the Principles of Political Economy and. David Ricardo developed this international trade theory based in comparative advantage and specialization, two concepts that broke with mercantilism that until then was the ruling economic doctrine.

He introduced this theory for the first time in his book “On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation”,using a simple numerical example concerning the trade between Portugal and. The Ricardian equivalence proposition (also known as the Ricardo–de Viti–Barro equivalence theorem) is an economic hypothesis holding that consumers are forward looking and so internalize the government's budget constraint when making their consumption decisions.

This leads to the result that, for a given pattern of government spending, the method of financing that spending does not affect. Get this from a library. Money, interest, and policy: dynamic general equilibrium in a non-Ricardian world. [Jean-Pascal Bénassy] -- An important recent advance in macroeconomics is the development of dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) macromodels.

The use of DSGE models to study monetary policy, however, has led to. Downloadable (with restrictions). This paper analyzes the implications of distortionary taxation and debt financing for optimal government spending policy in a sticky-price economy in which the nominal interest rate is subject to the zero lower bound constraint.

Regardless of the type of tax available and the initial debt level, optimal government spending policy in a recession is Cited by: 2.

Political economy studies political processes through the application of rational choice theory and economic methods. It understands the world using a primarily individual, self-maximising. The Fiscal Theory of the Price Level (FTPL) is an important theory that recognizes the interaction between monetary and fiscal policy.

In its simplest form, the FTPL assumes that the government commits to a fixed and exogenous present value of primary surpluses implying the adjustment of the price level to equate the real government debt to the present value of primary : Rym Aloui, Michel Guillard.

Ricardian equivalence is an economic theory that suggests when a government tries to stimulate an economy by increasing debt-financed government Author: Will Kenton. One way to make the model economy non-Ricardian is to assume newborns, and Bénassy shows that this assumption alone can solve many of the existing puzzles.

This is first done in a model with population growth and infinitely lived agents, which allows for analytical ease, then within an. The third one is a non Ricardian economy base d on an overlapping generation structure.

The choice of a non Ricardian structure stems fi rst from empirical studies whic h reject theAuthor: Xavier Ragot. Book reviewed in this article: Price Stability, Growth and Balance. By A. Hagger. Foreign Ownership and the Structure of Canadian Industry.

By M. Watkins et al. Growth, Profitability and Valuation: A Study of United Kingdom Quoted Companies. By A. Singh, G. Whittington and H. Burley. Non‐Ricardian Political Economy: Five Neglected Contributions.

By B. Gordon. Structural Change. Grundrisse: Foundations of the Critique of Political Economy (), p. Dobb, Theories of Value, p. But see the position of Pedro Schwartz, The New Political Economy of John Stuart Mill, pp.

16–7 which places Mill more firmly in the Ricardian tradition at least as far as concerns analysis. Marx, Theories of Surplus Value. The success of Mill’s Principles N. de Marchi John Stuart Mill’s Principles of Political Economy was published on 25 April It was written with a high moralistic tone and sustained ethical earnestness hitherto absent from economic discussion.

But it was at the same time a major economic treatise, and in its overall conception. on the Political Economy of Fiscal and Monetary Stability in EMU, Decemberas well as an anonymous referee of the W orking Paper Series while retaining responsibility f or all remaining : Carsten Detken.

The literature on Ricardo and Ricardianism is almost as enormous as on Smith, and so it must be winnowed judiciously here. All of Ricardo's works and correspondence are collected in the definitive eleven-volume labour-of-love edition edited by the left-Ricardian neo-Marxist Piero Sraffa, The Works and Correspondence of David Ricardo (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, –55).

David Ricardo (–), author of the influential Principles of Political Economy and Taxation (), belongs to that more or less cohesive “school” of political economy for which Karl Marx coined the label “classical economics.” As a “comprehensive liberal philosophy” classical economics transcended narrow positivist economic.

Ricardian Theory of Rent (With Diagram) Article Shared by Tushar Seth. transfer earnings helps to bring the simple Ricardian Theory—where transfer earnings are zero because it is the whole economy which is being studied—into a closer relation with reality.”— (Stonier and Hague).

Read Volume 9 Issue 3 of History of Political Economy. Replication file for Aguiar/Gopinath (): Emerging Market Business Cycles: The Cycle is the Trend, Journal of Political Economy, (1), p. It shows how to generate the correct IRFs after a permanent shock shifts the steady state.

The Success of Mill's Principles The Success of Mill's Principles de Marchi, N. Francis E. Mineka, ed., -The Earlier Letters of John Stuart Mill, (Toronto, ), vols. 12 and 13 of Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, at Non-Ricardian Political Economy: Five Neglected Contributions by Barry Gordon avg rating — 0 ratings — published “ Rent seeking” is one of the most important insights in the last fifty years of economics and, unfortunately, one of the most inappropriately labeled.

Gordon Tullock originated the idea inand Anne Krueger introduced the label in The idea is simple but powerful. People are said to seek rents when they try [ ]. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the NBER Macroeconomics Annual Volume 28 by Jonathan A. Parker at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Get FREE SHIPPING on Orders of $35+ Customer information on COVID B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters.

Pages: The book starts with the simplest canonical neoclassical DGE model and then gradually extends the basic framework incorporating a variety of additional features, such as consumption habit formation, investment adjustment cost, investment-specific technological change, taxes, public capital, household production, non-ricardian agents.

The chapter then presents the conventional theory of government debt, which emphasizes aggregate demand in the short run and crowding out in the long run.

It next examines the theoretical and empirical debate over the theory of debt neutrality called Ricardian equivalence. Finally, the chapter considers various normative perspectives about how Cited by: Dunbar founded the department of political economy at Harvard, was the founding editor of the Quarterly Journal of Economics, and his book on The Theory and History of Banking "was influential in England as well as in the United States" (Mitchellpp.).

Not only was Sumner one of the most renowned American social theorists of the. Marx's special, essentially non-Ricardian contribution. On this issue, also, Oakley charts a judicious course between the extremes of considering Marx a mere "minor post-Ricardian" and asserting a fundamental dichotomy between classical and Marxian perspectives.

Marx relied "very heavily" on classical political economy in constructing his own. TITLES OF NEW BOOKS General Economics; Methodology ANDREANO, R. L., FARBER, E. AND REYNOLDS, S. The student economist's handbook-a guide to sources. An even better reason, explains Richard Thaler, a non-Ricardian economist at the University of Chicago, is that humans are not always rational so.

The major theoretical-methodological book of Myrdal was The Political Element in the Development of Economic Theory (), where Myrdal develops an epistemology of inescapable valuing and an appropriate methodology of value judgments in measuring, analyzing, theorizing, and modeling (see, e.g., Myrdal and Streeten, ).

The study tests the fiscal theory of price determination for Pakistan's economy for the period to The evidence is less clear cut to infer that authorities are following a certain type of regime fiscal dominant or monetary dominant during the sample period.

When it comes to the artful science of economics, most American farmers and ranchers are classic Ricardians, or followers of David Ricardo, an 18th century English stock trader whose influentialAuthor: Alan Guebert Farm And Food File. Functional Finance, the Debt Ratio, and CBO’s Projections From the neoclassical perspective, this is a classic example of non-Ricardian fiscal policy, which explains why neoclassical economists are so concerned.

and communication mean that much of what we now have may be obsolete. The sluggish economy of the past decades, combined. Economic analysis before Adam Smith: Hesiod to Lessius by Gordon, Barry J and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Most of us are predictably irrational.

an 18th-century English stock trader whose influential book, On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation, a non-Ricardian economist at the. Professor Gordon has contributed numerous papers to leading European and American Journals and is the author of several books, including Non-Ricardian Political Economy, Economic Analysis before Adam Smith and Political Economy in Parliament.

Current macroeconomics, the ‘New Consensus Macroeconomics’, downgrades significantly the role of fiscal policy as a stabilisation instrument of macroeconomic policy. This paper argues that fiscal policy deserves to be properly upgraded.

More recent theoretical and empirical developments on the fiscal policy front are closely examined. This examination reveals that these Cited by:. Fiscal policy is political of course. Campbell Leith presented, among other things, an intriguing tour of how political scientists think about political determinants of debt and deficits.

My snarky quip, we learned with great precision that political scientists don't know a heck. The pamphlet starts with an attack on political economy and the economists—indeed, the ostensible reason why it is addressed to Lord John Russell was that in a recent essay the Whig politician 14 had derided political economy (‘an awful thing’) and its practitioners, ‘men who allow themselves to contradict the most sacred principles of Author: Giancarlo de Vivo.Publications by Author: Download Citations.

BibTex Abstract. Abstract. We analyze the role of the gap r-g between the return of return on capital r and the growth of the economy g rate in a political economy model of bequest taxation. Higher values of r-g lead to higher wealth inequality, and higher and more progressive optimal taxes on.