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This was the theory Hayek was expounding in his first lectures at the LSE in the
spring of 1931 at the same time that the ... Hayek came to Cambridge in January
1931 to give a one - lecture version of his theory to the Marshall Society before ...
Thus the validity of Keynes's ' general theory ' rests on his assertion that the
classical theory of the rate of interest is , as he put it in his lectures , ' nonsense ' .
If it were true , the classical special case ' would , in fact , be the ' general theory '
Rymes , ' NOS ' , 14 November 1932 , I 19 ; see his Keynes's Lectures , 73 . 106
... Rymes , ' NOS ' , Cairncross notes on Lecture , 7 November 1932 , D16 . ... CW
, xiii , 404 ; xxix , 54–7 ; Rymes , Keynes's Lectures , 14 November 1932 , 76–7 .
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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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