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Roy Harrod wrote that Keynes believed that ' England ( was ] a sufficiently mature
country for it to be possible to assume that the authorities could be trusted . not (
to ] indulge in an orgy of feckless note issue.?41 This is a feeble defence ...
To read the book in an empty landscape is no longer possible ; indeed it was not
possible then . It appeared at the tail - end of the greatest depression in modern
history , and straightaway became a central part of the argument about what ...
The achievement and sustaining of ' maximum possible ' employment would
depend not on nominal wage stability but on what Hansen called ' stable
productivity wages ' wage increases strictly related to productivity gains , with
prices stable .
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The biography as Economics textbook. For the non-specialist, the intricacies of modern economic theory can seem as arcane as medieval theology, and certainly Lord Skidelsky devotes scores of pages to ... Read full review
JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES: Vol. II, The Economist as Savior, 1920-1937User Review - Kirkus
The second installment of Skidelsky's three-volume biography of the 20th century's most influential and controversial economist. As in the superb first volume (1986)—which took Keynes (1883-1946 ... Read full review
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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