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    Marcel , de la Fonteijne. The Monetary Profit Paradox and a Sustainable Economy - A Fundamental Approach
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    Egmont , Kakarot-Handtke. Profit for Marxists
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    Egmont , Kakarot-Handtke. Mr. Keynes, Prof. Krugman, IS-LM, and the End of Economics as We Know It
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    Egmont , Kakarot-Handtke ; Egmont, Kakarot-Handtke. Redemption and Depression
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    Egmont , Kakarot-Handtke ; Egmont, Kakarot-Handtke. Debunking Squared
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    Steve , Keen. A monetary Minsky model of the Great Moderation and the Great Recession
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    Egmont , Kakarot-Handtke. The Emergence of Profit and Interest in the Monetary Circuit
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    Neil , Lancastle ; Neil, Lancastle. Circuit theory extended: The role of speculation in crises
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    Dirk J., Bezemer. Modelos contables y comprensión de la crisis financiera
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    Egmont , Kakarot-Handtke ; Egmont, Kakarot-Handtke. The emergence of profit and interest in the monetary circuit
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  11. Egmont Kakarot-Handtke (2011)
    What is wrong with heterodox economics? Kalecki’s profit theory as an example
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    Understanding financial crisis through accounting models
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