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Macroeconomics: A critical companion

author Author(s): Ben Fine and Ourania Dimakou   
publisher Publisher: University of Chicago Press

Macroeconomics is fundamental to our understanding of how the world functions today. But too often our understanding is based on orthodox, canonized analysis. In this rule-breaking book, Ben Fine and Ourania Dimakou provides an engaging, heterodox primer for those interested in an alternative to mainstream macroeconomic theory and history. From classical theory to the Keynesian revolution and more modern forms including the Monetarist counterrevolution, New Classical Fundamentalism, and New Consensus Macroeconomics, Fine and Dimakou rigorously and comprehensively lay out the theories of mainstream economists, warts and all.

Ben Fine is professor of economics at the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies


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