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Some thoughts on the interest of money in general
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Some Thoughts on the Interest of Money in General, William Pulteney and P. Groenewegen. University of Sydney, Department of Economics, Reprints of Economic Classics, Series 2, Number : K.
Hennings. Some thoughts on the interest of money in general, and particularly in the public funds. Publisher: [Yorkshire] S.R. Publishers; [New York] Johnson Reprint Corp., Some thoughts on the interest of money in general, and particularly in the public funds .
Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. Some thoughts on the interest of money in general and particularly in the publick funds: with reasons for fixing the same at a lower rate, in both instances, with regard especially to the landholders.
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Arguably one of the most important books written on political economy in the 20th century, The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money by John Maynard Keynes is no easy read.
Thus, why it took me a number of years to finally finish the book, however, having done so, I feel I have a more grounded understanding of his arguments/5.
Some years ago, a copy-edited, book-length manuscript was returned to me with literally hundreds of little tabs attached to the pages, in addition to the usual stylistic vandalism in the text. These tabs contained all sorts of questions—and suggestions disguised as questions.
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the essential properties of interest and money 5. the general theory of employment re-stated money-wages and prices 6. changes in money-wages o professor pigou's 'theory of unemployment' 7. the employment function 8. the theory of prices short notes suggested by the File Size: 1MB.
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It’s a quick read, with about pages of text, a 6-page foreword by Dr. William Bernstein (another esteemed WCI conference speaker), and a handful of pages of references. Clearly, Mr. Clements and I think alike when it comes to money, and it could be because we’re reading the same reference material and believe in evidence-based money management, but I believe there’s more to it than.
interest: [noun] right, title, or legal share in something. participation in advantage and responsibility. business, company. (shelved 3 times as general-interest) avg rating —ratings — published Want to Read saving. John Maynard Keynes (–) set forward the ideas that became the basis for Keynesian economics in his main work, The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money ().
It was written during the Great Depression, when unemployment rose to 25% in the United States and as high as 33% in some countries. Furthermore, it is likely that his thoughts regarding capital allocation have changed over the past week due to the decline in stock prices in general and Berkshire’s stock price in particular.
Although book value has been de-emphasized, it is still a relatively useful yardstick since it governed Berkshire’s repurchase policy until mid Downloadable.
This note looks into the issue of whether or not Sraffa had any significant influence on Keynesâ€™s thinking in the period of preparation of the General Theory. Questioning the view recently expressed by Pasinetti (), we suggest there is reason to surmise that Sraffa may have pointed Keynes to a way of escape from the traditional conception of the rate of interest, a.
Keynes's magnum opus, The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money was published in It was researched and indexed by one of Keynes's favourite students, later the economist David Bensusan-Butt. The work served as a theoretical justification for the interventionist policies Keynes favoured for tackling a mater: Eton College, University of Cambridge.
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Almost to a man, every important economist of that era condemned the book and its message as confused, inconsistent and dangerous.