4 edition of Keynes and His Contemporaries found in the catalog.
Keynes and His Contemporaries
G. C. Harcourt
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||195|
"[T]his marvelous book is a high achievement: It shows us Keynes as altruist, boy prodigy, official, public man, art connoisseur and envoy. He was a gay man who switched over when he met the Russian dancer Lydia Lopokova, an enjoyer of life who worked himself to death, an economic savior, a truly great man who never imposed a dull moment."—Brand: Basic Books. The Cambridge circus and other influences upon Keynes A review of "Keynes and his contemporaries" Author & abstract; Stanley, T. D., "The Cambridge circus and other influences upon Keynes A review of "Keynes and his contemporaries"," Journal of Behavioral Economics, Elsevier, vol. 14(1).
So it is that Keynes’s false expenditure-multiplier argument, severely criticized by his contemporaries, can now be invoked in support of massive spending. The argument is founded on two key assumptions that turn out to be false. First is the notion that savings are not spent but rather are withdrawn from the expenditure stream. Introduction 1. The Relative Decline of the British Economy 2. Wicksell’s Influences on Keynes and his Contemporaries 3. The Life of Keynes 4. From the Tract to the Treatise 5. The Treatise on Money 6. After the Treatise 7. The Turning Point 8. Searching for a New Theory of Employment 9. The German economic thinkers like Lederer and A. Hahn and Fisher, Hawtrey, Macleod had been emphatic in explaining that there was lack of co-relation between saving and investment and this fact was later elaborated by Keynes. The writings and ideas of his teacher Dr. Alfred Marshall and other contemporaries considerably influenced his thought.
Keynes and Schumpeter were not only contemporaries, but also rivals who had a "distaste for each other's work," according to Harvard business professor Thomas K. McCraw, author of Prophet of Innovation: Joseph Schumpeter and Creative Destruction. And the lives of the two economists couldn't have been more different. The study also contains a unique chronology of Keynes's life and historical events, portraits of Keynes by his friends and contemporaries, as well as a full bibliography of all his books, chapters contributed to books, journal articles and reviews. keynes, pigou, and the general theory 15 It is now the point in our inspection of the relation between Keynes and Pigou to regard in more detail how Keynes developed his anti Author: Michael Ambrosi.
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