Bernard Lonergan’s Goal: Generalization and Practical Precepts for Free People
Paul Romer’s “Endogenous Technological Change” in Bernard Lonergan’s Framework
So-Called Modern Monetary Theory does not Qualify as Scientific Macroeconomics
FMD’s Take on Greg Mankiw’s Take on Modern Monetary Theory
Primary Relativities in the Diagram of Rates of Flow
The IS-LM, AD-AS, and Phillips Curve Models
Functions, Velocities, and the Achievement of Scientific Economics
Lonergan stands alone. No one else systematizes the explanatory functional distinctions.
Why Analyze the Rhythmic Pattern of the Productive Process First?
An Adequate Level of Abstraction and Generalization; A Deeper Explanatory Unity
Prediction is impossible in the general case
The Significance of Burley’s and Csapo’s Characteristic Equation and Its Root Solution
Two Economic Mechanisms, …
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Textbook Flaws and Deficiencies
Insight Into The Baseball Diamond: Discovery and Implementation
Pure Surplus Income; Capital Expansion’s Monetary Correlate
Revision of the NIPA into Explanatory Form
Notes Regarding FRB Monetary Policy and a Theoretic of Credit
The Einsteinian Context
Why Study Peter Burley’s Models?
Why Macroeconomists Don’t Flock to Functional Macroeconomic Dynamics
Principles and Pointers; An Invitation to Minds
Imaginary Letter from an Imaginary Billionaire
Practical Precepts for Free People – Consumers, Entrepreneurs, Bankers
Edifice of Formulae
Why and How the Basic Expansion Fails to be Implemented
Sublation and Subsumption; Keynes, Kalecki, Solow
Interest Rates and Payments
Money: Notes on the Nature and Purpose of Money
Bernard Lonergan, Marx, and Liberty
Is Functional Macroeconomic Dynamics Easy or Difficult?
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