I want to make a thread that gathers critiques of Post-Keynesian, because many current Keynesians and in general statists economists attempt to use their claims and rhetoric to "save themselves"(from what ? From the current discrediting of mainstream economics).
Here is a review of Steve Keens book Debunking Economics by Robert Murphy and Gene Callahan. Its the 2001 version.
Review of Uncertainty in Economic Thought
Review of The Keynes Solution: The Path to Global Prosperity - Paul Davidson by David Gordon
"Do Central Banks Really Inflate? No, Say the Post-Keynesians" - Frank Shostak
"Does the Current Financial Crisis Vindicate the Economics of Hyman Minsky?" - Frank Shostak
Critique of "Destabilizing a Stable Economy" - "krazy kuju"
"MInsky Having a Moment" - Robert Blumen
A short commentary on Hyman Minsky
Hummel on Graeber - David Henderson
Reviews shortly David Graebers book.
Origin of the Specie - Robert P. Murphy
A Review of David Graebers book "Debt: The First 5000 years"
Steve Keen Mistakes on ABCT and the Austrians - "EEmr"
Refutation of Marx/Keen critique of Says Law - Smiling Dave
I also suggest all knowledgeable forum posters, take a Minsky/Keen article and examine it.
People who have something else to post that is for example, should be banned:
Argumentation between Post-Keynesian vs Austrian (this is supposed to be a resource page, not an eternal discussion between "socialdemocracy21" and austrian users)
Mocking or useless statements concerning either PKs or Austrian economics
Make your own topic for that purpose
But suggestions are welcome and also contributions to the collection :)
More Nonsense on ABCT by Lord Keynes
Keen on Says law & Austrians
My humble blog
It's easy to refute an argument if you first misrepresent it. William Keizer
Nice to see that this is still alive.
Found a decent post today