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Claudio H. Dos Santos, Antonio Carlos Macedo e Silva (2009) Revisiting (and Connecting) Marglin-Bhaduri and Minsky: An SFC Look at Financialization and Profit-led Growth”, The Levy Economics Institute of Bard College Working Paper, vol. 567

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assets={Money; Bonds; Equities},
characteristics={Closed; Real; Financial; Growth},
date-added={2012-08-20 16:35:24 +0200},
date-modified={2012-08-20 16:35:24 +0200},
methodology={Theoretical; Analytical},
sectors={Households; Firms; Banks; Government},
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Abstract: Many heterodox strands of thought share both a concern with the study of different phases or growth regimes in the history of capitalism and the use of formal short-run models as an analytical tool. This text suggests that: (1) this strategy is potentially misleading; (2) that the stock-flow consistent (SFC) approach, while providing a general framework that may facilitate the dialogue among those currents, is particularly well suited to all those who think that macroeconomic models may illuminate historical quests; and (3) this approach’s main intuitions may be conveyed through the “benchmark” Post Keynesian SFC model presented by Dos Santos and Zezza (2008), dispensing with the complex computer simulations that are normally employed by SFC authors.

Keywords: financialization, Long-run Analyses, Neo-Kaleckian Macroeconomics, Post-Keynesian macroeconomics, R{\’e}gulation School, Stock-flow Consistency

November 13, 2010 | Comments Closed