Keynesian Economics: The Permanent Revolution : Being an Essay on the Nature of the Keynesian Revolution and the Controversies and Reactions Arising Therefrom

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Edward Elgar Pub, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 155 pages
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Keynesian Economics is a well written book. The various schools of thought in macroeconomics are exposed in a very simple and comprehensive way, and the reader gets a good understanding of the state of macroeconomic theory and policy in the last two decades. O.F. Hamouda, The Economic Journal

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