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The Hayek-Keynes Macro Debate Continues

The Hayek-Keynes Macro Debate Continues Journal des Économistes et des Études Humaines 2016; 22(1): 1­13 Editorial François Facchini* DOI 10.1515/jeeh-2016-0012 This special issue includes articles of five French speaking economists presented in January 2015 at the University of Paris-Sud during a conference which proposed to take up the debate between Keynes and Hayek on the origins of economic crises and their remedies. The principle of the conference was to confront two groups of economists of equal size; one to defend macroeconomics from the work of Mises & Hayek, the other faithful to the Cambridge economist. The idea for this conference came from Mr Bernard Vallageas, my colleague at the University of Paris-Sud and an active member of the Association for the Development of Keynesian Studies (ADEK). The two day event, Room Vedel, at the Jean Monnet Faculty in Sceaux, France was the occasion to better understand the still major differences which exist between these two, perhaps irreconcilable visions of a market economy and its functioning. These five articles published in this Journal complete a first series of publications edited by different reviews; The Journal of Reviews on Global Economics (Ferlito 2015a), and Modern Economics. The principle theme of these five articles is the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal des Économistes et des Études Humaines de Gruyter

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de Gruyter
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2194-5799
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10.1515/jeeh-2016-0012
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Journal des Économistes et des Études Humaines 2016; 22(1): 1­13 Editorial François Facchini* DOI 10.1515/jeeh-2016-0012 This special issue includes articles of five French speaking economists presented in January 2015 at the University of Paris-Sud during a conference which proposed to take up the debate between Keynes and Hayek on the origins of economic crises and their remedies. The principle of the conference was to confront two groups of economists of equal size; one to defend macroeconomics from the work of Mises & Hayek, the other faithful to the Cambridge economist. The idea for this conference came from Mr Bernard Vallageas, my colleague at the University of Paris-Sud and an active member of the Association for the Development of Keynesian Studies (ADEK). The two day event, Room Vedel, at the Jean Monnet Faculty in Sceaux, France was the occasion to better understand the still major differences which exist between these two, perhaps irreconcilable visions of a market economy and its functioning. These five articles published in this Journal complete a first series of publications edited by different reviews; The Journal of Reviews on Global Economics (Ferlito 2015a), and Modern Economics. The principle theme of these five articles is the

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Journal des Économistes et des Études Humainesde Gruyter

Published: Jul 1, 2016

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