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Symposium on “Milton Friedman’s Presidential Address at 50”

Summary:
Here all the links to the papers of the last issue of the Review of Keynesian Economics:Thomas Palley and Matías Vernengo: Milton Friedman’s Presidential Address at fifty Robert Solow: A theory is a sometime thing  Robert J. Gordon: Friedman and Phelps on the Phillips curve viewed from a half century’s perspective  David Laidler: Why the fuss? Friedman (1968) after 50 years  Roger E. A. Farmer: The role of financial policy  James Forder: Why is labour market adjustment so slow in Friedman’s presidential address?  Thomas Palley: Recovering Keynesian Phillips curve theory: hysteresis of ideas and the natural rate of unemployment  Antonella Stirati and Walter Paternesi Meloni: A short story of the Phillips curve: from Phillips to Friedman… and back?  Servaas Storm: The wrong track also

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Here all the links to the papers of the last issue of the Review of Keynesian Economics:
Matias Vernengo
Econ Prof at @BucknellU Co-editor of ROKE & Co-Editor in Chief of the New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics

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