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" finance' has nothing to do with saving. At the 'financial' stage of the proceedings no net saving has taken place on anyone's part, just as there has been no net investment. 'Finance' and 'commitments to finance' are mere credit and debit book entries,... "
Complexity, Endogenous Money and Macroeconomic Theory: Essays in Honour of ... - Page 27
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John Maynard Keynes, Critical Assessment: Second series

John Cunningham Wood - Keynesian economics - 1994 - 563 pages
...obstacle to more than a certain amount of investment decisions being on the tapis at the same time. But "finance" has nothing to do with saving. At the...anyone's part, just as there has been no net investment. [Keynes 1937, p. 247] 14. For various perspectives on the endogenous money approach, see Philip Arestis...
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John Maynard Keynes, Critical Assessment: Second series

John Cunningham Wood - 1994 - 540 pages
...investment decisions being on the tapis at the same time, But 'finance' has nothing to do with saving . . . 'Finance' and 'commitments to finance' are mere credit...entrepreneurs to go ahead with assurance ... It is, to an important extent, the 'financial' facilities which regulate the pace of new investment . . ....
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Macroeconomic Foundations of Macroeconomics

Alvaro Cencini - Business & Economics - 2005 - 358 pages
...respect to the ex ante equality between saving and investment. To make things clearer, Keynes argues that '"finance" has nothing to do with saving. At the "financial"...which allow entrepreneurs to go ahead with assurance' (ibid.: 209). What Keynes is telling us is, therefore, that ex ante investment may be financed by banks...
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