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Edmond Malinvaud's Criticisms of the New Classical Economics: Restoring the Nature and the Rationale of the Old Keynesians' Opposition

Abstract : Unlike standard accounts, recent research in the history of macroeconomics has given increasing attention to the Old Keynesians’ criticisms of the New Classical Economics. In this paper, I address the case of Edmond Malinvaud, who began opposing the latter from the early 1980s and did so throughout the following thirty years. This study shows that his opposition was radical, i.e., multidimensional and systematic, and owes to the methodology and the practice of macroeconometric modeling. In turn, this twofold result sheds light on the nature and the rationale of the Old Keynesians’ opposition to the New Classical Economics from the 1970s onwards, which can be interpreted along the same lines.
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Matthieu Renault. Edmond Malinvaud's Criticisms of the New Classical Economics: Restoring the Nature and the Rationale of the Old Keynesians' Opposition. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Cambridge University Press, In press, ⟨10.31219/osf.io/2fphv⟩. ⟨halshs-03051728⟩

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