Post-Keynesian economics is a school of econnomic thought that sees itself as emphasizing the core of Keyne's original work. Fundamental uncertainty, bounded rationality, effective demand, and a dynamic, disequilibrium centric modeling approach are hallmarks of Post-Keynesian thought.

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