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The Elgar companion to John Maynard Keynes

Author: Robert W Dimand; Harald Hagemann
Publisher: Northampton, Massachusetts Edward Elgar Publishing 2019
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The most influential and controversial economist of the twentieth century, John Maynard Keynes was the leading founder of modern macroeconomics, and was also an important historical figure as a critic of the Versailles Peace Treaty after World War I and an architect of the Bretton Woods international monetary system after World War II. This comprehensive Companion elucidates his contributions, his significance, his  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Druck-Ausgabe
Named Person: John Maynard Keynes; John Maynard Keynes
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert W Dimand; Harald Hagemann
ISBN: 9781788118569 1788118561
OCLC Number: 1090452356
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (672 Seiten)
Contents: Contents: PART I: LIFE AND WORK1. John Neville KeynesHeinrich Bortis2. Florence Ada KeynesIndra Hardeen3. Lydia LopokovaIndra Hardeen 4. The Bloomsbury GroupVictoria Chick5. The India OfficeDonald Moggridge6. World War IDonald Moggridge7. Keynes and British Financial Policy in the Inter-war periodDonald Moggridge8. World War IIDonald Moggridge9. Before and After Bretton WoodsJune FlandersPART II: INFLUENCES10. G.E. MooreJohn Davis11. Bertrand RussellJohn Davis12. Ludwig WittgensteinJohn Davis13. Frank P. RamseyJohn Davis14. Thomas Robert MalthusSamuel Hollander15. Alfred MarshallPeter Groenewegen 16. Knut WicksellMauro Boianovsky17. John Atkinson HobsonJohn King18. Irving FisherRobert W. DimandPART III: MAJOR WORKS19. A Treatise on Probability Rod O'Donnell20. Indian Currency and Finance Rebecca Gomez-Betancourt21. The Economic Consequences of the Peace Robert W. Dimand22. A Tract on Monetary Reform Robert W. Dimand23. The Economic Consequences of Mr. Churchill Robert W. Dimand24. The End of Laissez-Faire Sherry Davis Kasper 25. Am I a Liberal? Robert W. Dimand26. Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren Harald Hagemann27. A Treatise on Money Ingo Barens28. Essays in BiographyGeoff Harcourt29. Lectures on 'The Monetary Theory of Production' and 'The General Theory of Employment'Robert W. Dimand30. The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money Robert Skidelsky31. How to Pay for the War Peter SpahnPART IV: ECONOMIC ANALYSIS32. The Quantity Theory of Money Arash Molavi Vassei33. The MultiplierRobert W. Dimand 34. Say's LawHarald Hagemann35. Effective Demand Paul Davidson36. UnemploymentSylvie Rivot37. Wages and EmploymentHarald Hagemann38. Consumption and SavingVolker Caspari39. Investment, Expectations and the Marginal Efficiency of CapitalJan Kregel40. Liquidity PreferenceVictoria Chick41. Risk and UncertaintySheila Dow42. IS-LMWarren Young43. The Finance MotiveJan Kregel44. The Keynes-Sraffa-Hayek ControversyHeinz D. Kurz45. Econometrics: The Keynes-Tinbergen controversyMarcel Boumans and Neil De Marchi46. Trade CycleDaniele Besomi47. MercantilismLars Magnusson48. Imperfect CompetitionRodolphe Dos Santos FerreiraPART V: Critics and contemporaries49. Arthur Cecil PigouNahid Aslanbeigui and Guy Oakes50. Dennis Holme RobertsonMauro Boianovsky and Charles Goodhart51. Joseph Alois SchumpeterHarald Hagemann52. Lionel RobbinsSusan Howson53. Ralph George HawtreyDavid Glasner54. Friedrich August HayekHansjoerg Klausinger55. Bertil OhlinHans-Michael Trautwein56. William H. BeveridgeRobert W. Dimand 57. Michal KaleckiMalcolm SawyerPART VI: ASSOCIATES58. Piero SraffaHeinz Kurz59. Roy Forbes HarrodDaniele Besomi60. Richard Ferdinand KahnMaria Cristina Marcuzzo 61. Joan Violet RobinsonPrue Kerr62. James Edward MeadeSusan Howson 63. Colin ClarkAlex Millmow64. Richard StoneRon P. Smith65. Lorie TarshisRobert W. Dimand66. David ChampernowneMauro BoianovskyPART VII: LEGACY AND IMPACT67. John Richard HicksOmar Hamouda 68. G.L.S. ShackleBruce Littleboy69. Alvin Harvey HansenRoger E. Backhouse70. Mabel TimlinRobert W. Dimand71. Paul Anthony SamuelsonRoger E. Backhouse72. Lawrence KleinRobert W. Dimand 73. Franco ModiglianiMichael Szenberg and Lall Ramrattan74. Robert M. SolowMichael Assous75. James TobinRobert W. Dimand76. Nicholas KaldorA.P. Thirlwall77. Milton FriedmanSylvie Rivot78. Harry Gordon JohnsonDonald Moggridge79. Don PatinkinGoulven Rubin80. Robert W. ClowerPeter Howitt81. Axel LeijonhufvudHans-Michael Trautwein82. Hyman MinskyL. Randall Wray83. Sidney WeintraubPaul Davidson84. Post-Keynesian EconomicsEckhard Hein and Marc Lavoie85. New Keynesian MacroeconomicsPeter Spahn86. The Phillips CurveJames Forder87. The Rise, Fall, and Return of the 'Master'Peter ClarkePART VIII: KEYNESIANISM IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES88. Keynesianism in the United KingdomGeoff Tily89. Keynesianism in the United StatesMathew Forstater90. Keynesianism in CanadaRobert W. Dimand91. Keynesianism in GermanyHarald Hagemann 92. Keynesianism in FranceGoulven Rubin93. Keynesianism in ItalyPiero Bini94. Keynesianism in JapanMasazumi Wakatabe 95. Keynesianism in AustraliaJohn W. Neville and Peter KrieslerIndex
Responsibility: edited by Robert W. Dimand (Professor of Economics, Brock University, Canada) and Harald Hagemann (Professor Emeritus of Economic Theory, University of Hohenheim, Germany).


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