Issue 2 is out


Issue 2 of 2023 focusses on post-Keynesian economics and recent global challenges, It includes presentations from last year's conference of the Forum for Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policies (FMM) on this topic.

The first three papers of the proceedings by Blecker, Porcile et al. and Prates et al. focus on the constraints for development and structural change. Two other papers by Setterfield and Onaran/Oyvat deal with gender, the care economy and supply constraints. The final set of papers by Gechert, Leclaire and Michell explicitly tackles current macroeconomic policy challenges.

The issue also contains two further research articles by Stefan Jestl on household indebtedness and by Michael Cauvel on a critique of the Neo-Goodwinian model.

There are also two book reviews, including one dealing with Ashwati Saith's book, Cambridge Economics in the Post-Keynesian Era, The Eclipse of Heterodox Traditions.

All papers are published as open access and can be downloaded free of charge from Elgaronline. All previous volumes are now also freely accessible.

The Editors