The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money

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Harcourt, Brace, 1936 - Economics - 403 pages

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While I never agreed with a number of tenants in what was a groundbreaking work in economics, I've gradually come to appreciate much of it much more over time. Certainly recommended for any student of economics, policy, business, theory, etc. Read full review

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Generally, it seems that Keynes is a left-leaning economist—contrasted with Hayek. But in reading this book, Keynes doesn't make any appeal to ethics. This book is an investigation into the ... Read full review

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