Category: "book review"

Bad Governance and Corruption in Countries: What Causes It?

In earlier writings, I have pointed to the primary shortcoming of democracy as a form of government. Special interest groups get what they want via lobbying and campaign contributions while the general question of what is good for the country is put on the back burner. more »

What Would Keynes Have Said About the Current Stagnation?

Fixing the Economists Article of the Fortnight by Philip Pilkington Readers may have noted some absence on the blog over the past few days. This is because I am currently writing a book which seems to be sapping all my writerly juices at the moment. I… more »

Keynes and Loanable Funds

April 2nd, 2014
in book review, history

by Philip Pilkington I was recently discussing econometrics and Keynes’ critique of it with Severin Reissl, a particularly clever student currently attending the University of Glasgow who is critical of mainstream economics. (You can find some examples… more »

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