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Modern Political Economics
Making Sense of the Post-2008 World
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'an astonishing tour de force of math, metaphysics, and political economy in the grand tradition, all unfolded in fugal counterpoint'. - Brian Collins, Los Angeles Review of Books
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Yanis Varoufakis is Professor of Economic Theory at the University of Athens, Greece. Joseph Halevi is Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney, Australia. Nicholas Theocarakis is Assistant Professor of Political Economy and History of Economic Thought at the University of Athens, Greece.
1. Introduction Book 1: Shades of Political Economics: Seeking clues for 2008 and its Aftermath in the Economists' Theories 2. Condorcet's Secret: On the Significance of Classical Political Economics Today 3. The Odd Couple: The Struggle to Square a Theory of Value with a Theory of Growth 4. The Trouble with Humans: The Source of Radical Indeterminacy and the Touchstone of Value 5. Crises: The Laboratory of the Future 6. Empires of Indifference: Leibniz's Calculus and the Ascent of Calvinist Political Economics (With an Addendum by George Krimpas Entitled 'Leibniz and the 'Invention' of General Equilibrium') 7. Convulsion: 1929's Lasting Legacy 8. A Fatal Triumph: 2008's Origins in the Stirrings of the Cold War 9. A Most Peculiar Failure: The Curious Mechanism by Which Neoclassicism's Theoretical Failures have been Reinforcing its Dominance since 1950 10. A Manifesto for Modern Political Economics: Postscript to Book 1 Book 2: Modern Political Economics: Theory in Action 11. From a Global Plan to a Global Minotaur: The Two Post-War Phases of US Hegemony, 1947-2008 12. Crash: 2008 and its Legacy (With an Addendum by George Krimpas Entitled 'The Recycling Problem in a Currency Union') 13. A Future for Hope: Postscript to Book 2