Post Keynesian Price Theory
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Setting out the foundations of post-Keynesian price theory, Frederic Lee examines the administered, normal cost and mark up price doctrines associated with post-Keynesian economics.
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 11/2/2006
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|List of figures and tables|
|The Doctrine of Administered Prices|
|The origin of the doctrine of administered prices: from the modern corporation to industrial prices|
|Gardiner Means' doctrine of administered prices|
|Developments in the doctrine of administered prices|
|The Doctrine of Normal Cost Prices|
|The origin of the doctrine of normal cost prices: the Oxford Economists' Research Group and full cost pricing|
|Philip Andrews' theory of competitive oligopoly|
|Developments in the doctrine of normal cost prices|
|The Doctrine of Mark Up Prices|
|The origin of the doctrine of mark up prices: Michal Kalecki's microanalysis|
|Kalecki's microanalysis and the war years|
|Kalecki and the Cambridge contributions|
|Josef Steindl and the stagnation thesis|
|The Grounded Pricing Foundation of Post Keynesian Price Theory|
|Pricing and prices|
|The pricing model, the grounded pricing foundation, and Post Keynesian price theory|