The Public Interest

The breakdown of the Keynesian model

Paul Craig Roberts

Summer 1978

THERE is much talk these days about “the crisis in Keynesian economics.” That some such crisis exists is evident from the bewilderment and impotence our economic policy makers are displaying in their confrontation with economic reality. But what exactly is the nature of this crisis? What went wrong and what can put it right?

 

 

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