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The result of this standardising process has been to raise ' the economic price of
idiosyncrasy ' , to ' disclose to us what profusion and variety cost in terms of
money ' . For example , ' it may be true that if we all consumed exactly the same ...
The transfer of capital abroad ( foreign lending ) no more automatically improves
the foreign balance ( that is , results in a sale of goods of equal value ) than does
an act of saving result in an equivalent act of domestic investment . Foreign ...
... endogenous result of the increased demand for the factors of production
generated by the excess profits.?23 This is not entirely so . One of the key
problems for monetary management posed in the Treatise is whether monetary
policy should ...
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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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