November 30, 2015

Employment: cross-references

Posts
  • The minimum wage debate: a showpiece of economists’s hereditary idiocy   here
  • Economics and the Fallacy of Insufficient Abstraction   here
  • The role of labor and business in a well-organized society   here
  • Rethinking the Phillips curve   here
  • Attention: there are THREE types of inflation   here
  • Economic bungee jumping without cord   here
  • Think deeper   here
  • Textbooks and the mental cloning of dumb economists   here
  • Toward a non-Neanderthal employment policy   here
  • New macro-micro thinking about the labor market   here
  • Productivity and the zombie apocalypse   here
  • Full employment: thinking like the macro-boss   here
  • Where MMT got macro wrong   here
  • How to overcome the manifest silliness of Econ 101 and save the economy   here
  • Keynes saw the problems but did not solve them   here
  • Note on David Glasner on Cyclical versus Secular Causes of Stagnation   here
  • NAIRU ― letting one more nonentity go   here
  • NAIRU and economists’ lethal swampiness   here
  • NAIRU and the scientific incompetence of Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy   here
  • NAIRU: an exhaustive dancing-angels-on-a-pinpoint blather   here
  • NAIRU does not exist because equilibrium does not exist   here
  • Why you should NEVER use supply-demand-equilibrium   here
  • The key to macro and Keen's debt-employment model   here
  • Macroeconomics without Keynes   here
  • Mass unemployment: The joint failure of orthodox and heterodox economics   here
  • The one stone that kills orthodox and heterodox employment theory   here
  • Methodology 101, economic filibuster, and the mother of all excuses   here
  • The disutility of debunking NAIRU   here
  • Rethinking the multiplier   here
  • Unemployment is high because economics is false: period, full stop, end of story   here
  • How economists murdered the economy and got away with it   here
  • Hobson got full employment policy almost right   here
  • NAIRU ― a folk psychological hallucination   here
  • The very serious blunders of very serious people   here
  • A brief rectification of employment theory   here
  • From gossip to the correct employment theory   here
  • Unemployment ― the toughest challenge for economics students   here
  • Unemployment is the outcome of political economics   here
  • Demystifying employment theory and policy   here
  • Voluntary full employment and involuntary full stupidity   here
  • Iatrogenic economics   here
  • Unemployment ― the fatal consequence of economists’ scientific incompetence   here
  • Fatal defects of profit and market theory   here
  • Reading the correct Phillips curve correctly   here
  • Could we, please, all focus on the key question of economics?   here
  • The market economy is inherently unstable and economists never grasped it   here
  • The labor market and the consistent failure of 101-economics   here
  • Austerity and the utter scientific ignorance of economists   here
  • A new more Keynesian employment theory  here
  • The key relationship between employment and wage rate   here
  • The key relationship between employment and growing/shrinking debt   here
  • Back to science   here
  • Like an ant on the Möbius strip   here
  • Nine views are nine too much   here
  • The Phillips curve as intelligence test   here
  • How to save the economy from storytelling economists   here
  • Storytelling and facts   here
  • Stop guessing, start thinking   here
  • The end of storytelling   here
  • How to save Greece and Europe at the same time   here
  • Poisoned, hanged, and shot   here
  • Reduced-form bricolage and sticky brains   here
  • Going beyond ink-blot association   here
  • Economists: stop dreaming and waffling and do your scientific homework   here
  • Who rides the debt-tiger cannot dismount   here
  • Naive arithmetic   here
  • NAIRU, wage-led growth, and Samuelson's Dyscalculia   here
  • Anything goes — for a while (I)   here

Working papers at SSRN
  • (2015). Essentials of Constructive Heterodoxy: Employment. SSRN Working Paper Series, 2576867: 1–11. URL
  • (2014). The Truly General Theory of Employment: How Keynes Could Have Succeeded. SSRN Working Paper Series, 2406891: 1–25. URL
  • (2014). Towards Full Employment Through Applied Algebra and Counter-Intuitive Behavior. SSRN Working Paper Series, 2456184: 1–25. URL
  • (2014). The Three Fatal Mistakes of Yesterday Economics: Profit, I=S, Employment. SSRN Working Paper Series, 2489792: 1–13. URL
  • (2012). Keynes’s Employment Function and the Gratuitous Phillips Curve Desaster. SSRN Working Paper Series, 2130421: 1–19. URL