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Stockhammer, Engelbert / Jump, Robert Calvert / Kohler, Karsten / Cavallero, Julian
Short and medium term financial-real cycles: An empirical assessment
FMM Working Paper, Nr. 29.  2018
 
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Acocella, Nicola / Pasimeni, Parolo
The "uncovered inflation rate parity" condition in a monetary union
FMM Working Paper, Nr. 28.  2018
 
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Jibril, Halima / Kaltenbrunner, Annina / Kesidou, Effi
Financialisation and innovation in emerging economics
Evidence from Brazil. FMM Working Paper, Nr. 27.  2018
 
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Palley, Thomas I.
Recovering Keynesian Phillips curve theory
hysteresis of ideas and the natural rate of unemployment. FMM Working Paper, Nr. 26.  2018
 
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Petach, Luke / Tavani, Daniele
Income shares, secular stagnation, and the long-run distribution of wealth
FMM Working Paper, Nr. 25.  2018
 
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Nikiforos, Michalis
Distribution-led growth through methodological lenses
FMM Working Paper, Nr. 24.  2018
 
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Logeay, Camille / Joebges, Heike
Could a national wage rule stabilize the current account and functional income distribution in the Euro area?
A study on wages, profits, and prices in peripheral countries. FMM Working Paper, Nr. 23.  2018
 
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Nah, Won Jun / Lavoie, Marc
The role of autonomous demand growth in a neo-Kaleckian conflicting-claims framework
FMM Working Paper, Nr. 22.  2018
 
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Palley, Thomas
Unemployment and growth
Putting unemployment into Post Keynesian growth theory. FMM Working Paper, Nr. 21.  2018
 
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Fiebiger, Brett / Lavoie, Marc
Helicopter Ben, monetarism, the New Keynesian credit view and loanable funds
FMM Working Paper, Nr. 20.  2018
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