Maynard Keynes: An Economist's Biography

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Psychology Press, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 941 pages
Based on an intimate knowledge of the subject and his environment, this biography of the most influential economist of the twentieth century traces Keynes' career on all its many levels. From academic Cambridge, to artistic Bloomsbury, to official Whitehall and to the City, we see the intellectual roots of Keynes' achievements and failures. We also see how he left his mark on the modern world.
 

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Contents

FOREBEARS AND CHILDHOOD
3
ETON
34
KINGS UNDERGRADUATE
54
POSTGRADUATE
84
MOORE AND KEYNESS EARLY BELIEFS
114
PROBABILITY
145
CIVIL SERVANT TO YOUNG DON
169
THE YOUNG ECONOMIST
199
THE EMERGENCE OF THE TREATISE
477
CRISIS CRITICISM AND NEW DIRECTIONS
520
TOWARDS THE GENERAL THEORY
553
INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND THE ARTS
574
FERTILE OF MIND FRAIL OF BODY
594
HOW TO PAY FOR THE WAR
633
SCRAPING THE BOTTOM OF THE BOX
656
THE CLEARING UNION
676

BLOOMSBURY
215
WAR
235
EXTERNAL FINANCE IN TOTAL WAR
266
NEGOTIATING THE PEACE
287
ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF THE PEACE
321
ADJUSTMENTS TO A WAY OF LIFE
350
REPARATIONS AND JOURNALISM
370
LYDIA AND MAYNARD
397
THE RETURN TO GOLD
416
INDUSTRY AND POLITICS
448
DOMESTIC NEW JERUSALEMS
701
BRETTON WOODS
727
THE SHADOW OF DEBT
762
THE LOAN
802
THE LAST MONTHS
827
Kayness Loves 190115
844
Bibliography
846
Dramatis Personae
865
Index
918
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