Connecting Social Provisioning and Functional Finance in a Post-Keynesian – Institutional Analysis of the Public Sector

@inproceedings{Todorova2013ConnectingSP,
  title={Connecting Social Provisioning and Functional Finance in a Post-Keynesian – Institutional Analysis of the Public Sector},
  author={Zdravka K. Todorova},
  year={2013}
}
This paper establishes connections between the frameworks of social provisioning and functional finance, and discusses a post-Keynesian–Institutionalist theory of the public sector thatemergesoutoftheselinkages.Theconceptofsocialprovisioninghasemergedout of Institutional economics, and has been further developed byinstitutional and other heterodoxeconomists. Its potential as a methodological foundation that connects various heterodox approaches has received some growing attention. Such… CONTINUE READING

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