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Author Rosenof, Theodore.
Title Economics in the long run : New Deal theorists and their legacies, 1933-1993 / Theodore Rosenof.
Imprint Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1997.

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Subject Keynes, John Maynard, 1883-1946.
Hansen, Alvin H. (Alvin Harvey), 1887-1975.
Means, Gardiner C. (Gardiner Coit), 1896-1988.
Schumpeter, Joseph A., 1883-1950.
Economics -- History -- 20th century.
New Deal, 1933-1939.
United States -- Economic policy.
Description 1 online resource (223 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 179-217) and index.
Contents pt. 1. The New Deal Era. 1. The Focus on Structure. 2. Keynesianism as Long-Run Economics. 3. Gardiner C. Means and the Corporate Revolution. 4. Alvin H. Hansen and Continental Theory. 5. Alvin H. Hansen and Secular Stagnation. 6. Hansen versus Means, Means versus Keynes. 7. Debates over Stagnation and Structure -- pt. 2. Boom Times to Troubled Times. 8. The Schumpeterian Alternative. 9. Eclipse in the Postwar Boom. 10. Persistence in the Postwar Boom. 11. The Refocus on Corporate Structure and Power. 12. Schumpeterian Revival and Long Waves. 13. The Specter of Secular Stagnation. 14. Public Policies for the Long Run.
Summary Though understandably preoccupied with the immediate problems of the Great Depression, the generation of economists that came to the forefront in the New Deal Era of the 1930s also looked ahead to the long-term consequences of the crisis and proposed various solutions to prevent its recurrence. Theodore Rosenof examines the long-run theories and legacies of four of the leading members of this generation: John Maynard Keynes of Great Britain, who influenced the New Deal from afar; Alvin Hansen and Gardiner Means, who fought over the direction of New Deal policy; and Joseph Schumpeter, an opponent of the New Deal.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0807864234 (electronic bk.)
9780807864234 (electronic bk.)
9780807837856 (electronic bk.)
0807837857 (electronic bk.)
0807823155 (cloth ; alk. paper)
9780807823156 (cloth ; alk. paper)
OCLC # 45732685
Additional Format Print version: Rosenof, Theodore. Economics in the long run. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1997 0807823155 (DLC) 96024647 (OCoLC)34832698
Table of Contents
 Acknowledgments 
 Introduction1
Pt. 1The New Deal Era7
 1The Focus on Structure13
 2Keynesianism as Long-Run Economics19
 3Gardiner C. Means and the Corporate Revolution28
 4Alvin H. Hansen and Continental Theory44
 5Alvin H. Hansen and Secular Stagnation53
 6Hansen versus Means, Means versus Keynes66
 7Debates over Stagnation and Structure77
Pt. 2Boom Times to Troubled Times87
 8The Schumpeterian Alternative95
 9Eclipse in the Postwar Boom105
 10Persistence in the Postwar Boom115
 11The Refocus on Corporate Structure and Power128
 12Schumpeterian Revival and Long Waves145
 13The Specter of Secular Stagnation154
 14Public Policies for the Long Run162
 Epilogue171
 Notes179
 Index219