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Kingston Lectures on Endogenous Money & Modelling with Minsky …

to modelling money using Minsky … economic modelling. The key issue I am tackling here is the prospect for a debt- deflation on the back of the enormous private debts accumulated globally, and our very low rate of [...]

Talking Greece, Austerity and Pluralism at the London School of …

I embedded a number of Minsky simulation files in the presentation, and if you want to run them, first download Minsky from here and install it. Then click on the Minsky files after they have “bounced” onto the screen in [...]

The Japanese Deflation Myth and the Yen's Slump » The Cobden …

Yet still Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his central bank chief Haruhiko Kuroda warn that they have not won the battle against deflation . That caution is absurd — all the more so in view of the fact that there was [...]

Late notice: Minsky seminar at Kingston tomorrow – Steve Keen's …

Late notice: Minsky seminar at Kingston tomorrow. By Steve … The key issue I am tackling here is the prospect for a debt- deflation on the back of the enormous debts accumulated in Australia, and our very low rate of [...]

About $7500 raised thus far for Standish-Minsky – Steve Keen's …

Russell Standish asked me to thank those who have donated to keep him available for the Minsky project: A total of about $7500 has been raised to date. I have set up the [...]

$1700 raised for Standish-Minsky so far – Steve Keen's Debtwatch

Keep Russell Standish on the Minsky Project. Level 1 – $10 … The key issue I am tackling here is the prospect for a debt- deflation on the back of the enormous debts accumulated in Australia, and our very low rate of [...]

Assistance for Minsky required – Steve Keen's Debtwatch

To anyone out there with deep pockets–or to lots of people with shallower ones–I need financial assistance for the Minsky program. I have been waiting for funding from a source that [...]

Should Governments run Deficits? a Minsky Model – Steve Keen's …

This is a talk about what the economic consequences could be of Australia's ambition to achieve a permanent government surplus of 1% of GDP. I present a very simple Minsky model in [...]

Why the US can't escape Minsky – Steve Keen's Debtwatch

But in fact this period — in the immediate aftermath to a crisis, when the economy is growing once more, and debt levels are only just starting to rise — is precisely the point from which Minsky developed his explanation of economic cycles. In his own words: “The natural … approach to economic modelling. The key issue I am tackling here is the prospect for a debt- deflation on the back of the enormous debts accumulated in Australia, and our very low rate of [...]

Minsky users please update – Steve Keen's Debtwatch – DebtDeflation

The penultimate Windows version of Minsky (released a few days ago) inadvertently installed an old kernel with a very low execution speed. This has been fixed in the latest version. If you downloaded [...]