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Gennaro Zezza And Alan Shipman — Wynne GodleyThere’s a nice recent six-page biography of Wynne Godley in The New Palgrave Dictionary Of Economics by Gennaro Zezza and Alan Shipman. Shipman had recently written a full biography on Wynne Godley’s life.Abstract:The chapter provides a brief biography of Wynne Godley (1926–2010), a British economist who informed the discussion of economic policy in the United Kingdom and later the United States. Godley was the main contributor to the development of the stock-flow-consistent approach to macroeconomics, setting out models based on rigorous accounting which allowed him to anticipate (ahead of more orthodox forecasters) adverse developments in the UK economy in the 1970s and 1980s, as well as the global recessions of 2001 and 2007–2009.

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Gennaro Zezza And Alan Shipman — Wynne Godley

There’s a nice recent six-page biography of Wynne Godley in The New Palgrave Dictionary Of Economics by Gennaro Zezza and Alan Shipman. Shipman had recently written a full biography on Wynne Godley’s life.

Abstract:

The chapter provides a brief biography of Wynne Godley (1926–2010), a British economist who informed the discussion of economic policy in the United Kingdom and later the United States. Godley was the main contributor to the development of the stock-flow-consistent approach to macroeconomics, setting out models based on rigorous accounting which allowed him to anticipate (ahead of more orthodox forecasters) adverse developments in the UK economy in the 1970s and 1980s, as well as the global recessions of 2001 and 2007–2009.

Gennaro Zezza And Alan Shipman — Wynne Godley

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