G'day Afeefolx,

Reading the Money and Banking text from Mishkin and the vertical money supply version of "the liquidity preference alternative to the bond market explanation of interest rate determination" got me wondering where would be a good place to look for a good readable discussion of a "Keynesian" liquidity preference theory of interest rate determination that was not founded on such obviously counter-factual assumptions. This would be at a Junior undergraduate level of intellectual sophistication, but an almost entirely ESL student cohort.


Bruce McFarling, Visiting Professor in Economics
International College Beijing, China Agricultural University.

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Dear Eric and all,
Indeed, a most crucial text, demonstrating that the celebrated anti-textbook is not that much anti-mainstream.
The argument in this little most foundational text is much in line with the earlier formal inconsistency proofs of steve keen and others (among them, my own textbook “the microeconomics of complex economies”, elsevier 2015 – end of commercial break).
As I would like to cite that piece but could not find it googling, could you provide the source? Thanks.


Dr Wolfram Elsner
Professor of Economics, University of Bremen, Business Studies & Economics
iino – Institute of Institutional & Innovation Economics,

*  President, 2012-16, EAEPE—European Assoc for Evolutionary Political Economy.
*  Adjunct Prof, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Doctoral Faculty, Economics Dept.
*  Managing Editor, FSE—Forum for Social Economics, Taylor&Francis.
* NEW TEXTBOOK:  MICROECONOMICS of Complex Economies. Evolutionary, Institutional, Neoclassical and Complexity Perspectives, Amsterdam, Boston et al.: Elsevier/Academic Pr., 2014, with T. Heinrich and H. Schwardt;

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This comes from the autistic movement in France. An interesting read.