JOURNAL OF POST KEYNESIAN ECONOMICS
Vols. 1-43. New York, 1978/79-2020. Reprint.
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- Founded by Sidney Weintraub and Paul Davidson, the JOURNAL OF POST KEYNESIAN ECONOMICS concentrates on post-World War II economic theory, including the "treatment of post-Keynesian economics in the history of economic thought." Each issue usually has eight technical articles, an editor's corner, and possibly a symposium. Authors are usually economics professors. The audience of this journal will be professional economists (Katz).
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