The first volume of this trilogy examined the Keynesian Tradition; this second volume examines aspects of the Anti Keynesian Tradition. All the chapters are designed, in part, to justify the assertion that economists neglect at their peril the subterranean world in which our subject is constructed. Archival evidence provides numerous unique insights but can also resolve disputes that may otherwise meander along, endlessly. Equally, archival evidence can expose as hollow some of the creation myths that pervade the account of intellectual revolutions.
Leeson, R. (2008). The anti-Keynesian tradition: Introduction. In R. Leeson (Ed). The anti-Keynesian tradition, Basingstoke, United Kingdom and New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.