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9.41 This is depression can be seen in the gradual switch from dynamic to static
analysis . What needed to be explained was not the business cycle , but the
persistence of a low level of business activity . The generality and depth of the ...
In the early 1930s what would now be called Keynesian methods of fighting the
depression were tried out in Japan and Sweden . It is unlikely that Takahashi ,
the Japanese Finance Minister , drew much inspiration from Keynes ; but Ernst ...
His answer is that Keynes's remedies for slump were no great novelty in Chicago
in the 1930s : Lerner had been trained at the London School of Economics where
the dominant view was that the depression was an inevitable result of the ...
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THE ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF THE
THE TRANSITION TO PEACE
KEYNESS PHILOSOPHY OF PRACTICE
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John Maynard Keynes: Fighting for Britain, 1937-1946
Robert Skidelsky,Robert Jacob Alexander Skidelsky
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