Steven Kates is compiling a new book called Modern Critics of Keynes, a combined updated of and tribute to Henry Hazlitt’s much earlier and similar compilation Critics of Keynesian Economics, a confirmed classic. Problem is, says Kates, that there are hardly any critics today.
“These are economists who have each already written extensive critiques of Keynesian economics. If you can think of more than two, please add their names to the comments.”
Well, in no particular order, I can think of these folk...
** JUAN RAMÓN RALLO: whose book, in Spanish is called: Los Errores de la Vieja Economía (The Failure of the Old Economics) -- in honour of Hazlitt's work The Failure of the 'New Economics'. Discussed here: http://pc.blogspot.co.nz/2013/02/the-errors-of-keynes.html
NB: Regarding translation, there are four economics students here in Auckland who studied in Spain under "Austrian" Jesús Huerta De Soto ... ?
** BRIAN SIMPSON: 'Keynes’s Theory of Depression: A Critique ' .
** GEORGE REISMAN:
- 'Standing Keynesianism on Its Head.'
- 'Standing Keynesian GDP on Its Head: Saving Not Consumption as the Main Source of Spending'
- 'The Fundamental Obstacles to Economic Recovery: Marxism and Keynesianism'
- 'Economic Recovery Requires Capital Accumulation, Not Government "Stimulus Packages" '
- 'Overproduction and Underconsumption Fallacies'
- 'Production Versus Consumption' .
** ROBERT MURPHY: 'The Critical Flaw in Keynes's System' .
**HUNTER LEWIS: Book, Where Keynes Went Wrong. .
** JOSEPH SALERNO: ' "The Development of Keynes's Economics: From Marshall to Millennialism" https://mises.org/library/development-keyness-economics-marshall-millennialism * 'Keynes & the New Economics of Fascism.' https://mises.org/files/keynes-and-new-economics-fascism-joseph-t-salernomp3 .
** JOHN RIDPATH: 'Keynesianism & the Philosophical Overthrow of Gold' - mp3 .
** LAWRENCE WHITE: Relevant chapter[s] of his book, 'The Clash of Economic Ideas,' e.g., 'The Great Depression & Keynes's General Theory.' .
** ROGER GARRISON:
- Part III of his book 'Time and Money': Keynes & Capitalism
- Book Review, 'Alchemy Leveraged: The Federal Reserve and Modern Finance'
- "Ditch the Keynesians: Why Policy-Infected Interest Rates Must Go," Barron's, vol. 82, no. 35, September 2, 2002, p. 28.
- "Keynes was a Keynesian," Review article: John B. Davis, ed., The State of Interpretation of Keynes. Review of Austrian Economics, vol. 9, no. 1, 1996, pp.165-171.
- "The Persistence of Keynesian Myths: A Report at Six Decades," in Richard M. Ebeling, ed., Economics Education: What Should We Learn About the Free Market? Hillsdale: Hillsdale College Press, 1995, pp. 109-136.
- "Linking the Keynesian Cross and the Production Possibilities Frontier," Journal of Economic Education, vol. 26, no. 2 (Spring), 1995, pp. 122-130.
- "High Interest, Low Demand, and Keynes: Rejoinder to Hill and Felix,"Critical Review, vol. 8, no. 3 (Summer) 1994, pp. 451-460.
- "The Trouble with Keynes," The Freeman, vol. 43, no. 10 (October), 1993, pp. 386-89.
- "Keynesian Splenetics: from Social Philosophy to Macroeconomics." Review article: Allan H. Meltzer, Keynes's Monetary Theory: A Different Interpretation. Critical Review, vol. 6, no. 4, 1993, pp. 471-492.
- "Full Employment and Intertemporal Coordination: A Rejoinder," History of Political Economy, vol. 19, no. 2 (Summer), 1987, pp. 335-341.
- "Intertemporal Coordination and the Invisible Hand: An Austrian Perspective on the Keynesian Vision," History of Political Economy, vol. 17, no. 2 (Summer), 1985, pp. 309-321.
** JOHN COCHRAN & FRED GLAHE: Book. 'The Hayek-Keynes Debate? Lessons for Current Business Cycle Research.' Edwin Mellen Press, 1999.
** J.G. HULSMANN: ' "New Keynesian monetary views: a comment." Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics 6.4 (2003): 73-76.
Any more you can think of?