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Keynesian Economics was so dominant after World War II, Richard Nixon remarked "we're all Keynesians now". Milton Friedman and his neo-classical economics has now become the largest school of thought in Macroeconomics, but the work of Keynes and Keynesian Economics is still very widely studied.

Keynesian Economics - Joan Robinson Biography
Guest writer Hannah Rasmussen examines the life of Joan Robinson, a prominent researcher in the world of Keynesian economics.

Post-Keynesian Macroeconomic Thought Archive
Although neo-classical models and ideas are vogue, there is still a fair amount of research being done in Keynesian economics.

EconLib - Keynesian Economics
"Keynesian economics is a theory of total spending in the economy (called aggregate demand) and of its effects on output and inflation. Although the term is used (and abused) to describe many things, six principal tenets seem central to Keynesianism." Learn about the six principal tenents of Keynesian economics in this terrific article.

Keynesian Economics - Is Milton Friedman a Keynesian?
We tend to think of Milton Friedman as being the anti-thesis of Keynesian economics. However this article shows that the work of Milton Friedman is heavily Keynesian economics.

Keynesian Economics - Furman University
A slideshow on Keynesian economics. A great resource for students who are trying to learn more on Keynesian economics.

The Crisis of Keynesian Economics - A Marxist View
A critique of Keynesian economics from a Marxist point of view. I don't generally take Marxists very seriously, but this may be useful for those who want to learn more abotu Keynesian economics.

Economics from A-to-Z
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