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“Gendering Post-Keynesian Monetary Macroeconomics with Situated Knowledge”

“Gendering Post-Keynesian Monetary Macroeconomics with Situated Knowledge”

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“Gendering Post-Keynesian Monetary Macroeconomics with Situated Knowledge”

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This paper, by Brenda Spotton Visano suggests that the conception of fundamental uncertainty grounding post-Keynesian monetary macroeconomics is consistent with a particularly complex type of decision making characterized by the social determination of preferences and outcomes. Contrary to the argument that positivism grounds post-Keynesian analysis, such a framework of analysis reflects a world in which knowledge is situated. As a practical consideration, this paper considers briefly the implications for a gendered theory of financial instability in a Post-Keynesian monetary framework. 

Year of book publication: 2017
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Author: Brenda Spotton Visano
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