By Michael Bleaney, Prof David Greenaway
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This is a serious omission since many post-Keynesian writers have stressed the dynamic nature of capitalist economies and the need for an analysis which overcomes the shortcomings of static equilibrium analysis. 5 The first is the relevance of aggregate demand for the deteramination of the level of economic activity, which involves the rejection of Say’s law for a monetary economy. Further, both authors distinguished between investment expenditure and consumer expenditure, and saw the former as the active and fluctuating component of demand.
In his approach, individuals have a ‘liquidity preference’ to help insulate themselves against unforeseen events as ‘our desire to hold Money as a store of wealth is a barometer of the degree of our distrust of our own calculations and conventions concerning the future’. But clearly in a static (or predictable) world such as that portrayed in Walrasian general equilibrium analysis, liquidity would be of no benefit. e. to save) would still entail the acquisition of goods as a store of value (to provide future A guide to modern economics 38 spending power).
A Guide to Modern Economics by Michael Bleaney, Prof David Greenaway