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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Named Person:||John Maynard Keynes; John Maynard (1883-1946) (The) General theory of employment interest and money Keynes|
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Don Patinkin; J Clark Leith; University of Western Ontario.; Universiṭah ha-ʻIvrit bi-Yerushalayim.; Canada. Privy Council Office.
|Description:||xii, 182 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Introductory remarks / Grant Reuber --
The process of writing The General Theory: A critical survey / Don Patinkin --
Keynes and his Cambridge colleagues / Austin Robinson --
Keynes as seen by his students in the 1930s / Robert B. Bryce ; Walter S. Salant ; Lorie Tarshis --
Cambridge discussion and criticism surrounding the writing of The General Theory: A chronicler's view / Donald E. Moggridge --
Keynes as a literary crafsman / Elizabeth Johnson --
Cambridge as an academic environment in the early 1930s: A recostruction from the late 1940s / Harry G. Johnson --
Appendixes: Robert B. Bryce's 1935 paper on 'An introduction to a monetary theory of employment' and related correspondence with Keynes ; Correspondence between Richard F. Kahn and Don Patinkin on the 1931 mulitplier article and the Cambridge 'circus' ; Some comments on Keynesianism and the Swedish theory of expansion before 1935 / Bertil Ohlin.
|Responsibility:||held at the University of Western Ontario ; sponsored by the University of Western Ontario, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Canada Council ; edited by Don Patinkin and J. Clark Leith.|
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