By Peter F. Clarke
Those essays position the "historical" Keynes within the context of his personal instances to review the commercial doctrines linked to his identify. the writer explores Keynes' significant works and concepts: his recommendations on uncertainty and self assurance; and his dedication to the politics of persuasion.
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The Keynesian Revolution and Its Economic Consequences: Selected Essays by Peter F. Clarke