ISBN-10:
1858988616
ISBN-13:
9781858988610
Pub. Date:
01/01/1999
Publisher:
Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.
The Impact of Keynes on Economics in the 20th Century

The Impact of Keynes on Economics in the 20th Century

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ISBN-13: 9781858988610
Publisher: Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 01/01/1999
Pages: 272
Product dimensions: 6.12(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

List of figuresvii
List of tablesviii
List of contributorsix
Prefacexi
Introduction: A bird's eye view of the contents of the bookxiii
Part ITheory
1J.M. Keynes's 'revolution' - the major event of twentieth-century economics?3
2Mr Keynes and the Moderns16
3The conditions for the reinstatement of Keynesian policy36
Part IIKeynesianism in European Countries (Before and After the General Theory)
4Keynes and the French guardians of Say's law. Rist and Rueff and the Keynesian revolution in the making, 1919-3153
5Keynes before and after the General Theory: the theoretical contents of French economists' reactions, 1929-6973
6Keynes's economic ideas in Spain before the General Theory: spread, 'anticipations' and parallels99
7The analysis of wages and unemployment revisited: Keynes and economic 'activists' in pre-Hitler Germany117
8Keynesianism in Italy. Before and after the General Theory131
9Keynesian elements in a long-term analysis: the views of two influential pre- and postwar Italian economists153
Part IIIInstitutional Discussions of Keynesian Policies
10The rationalization of industry as a controversial remedy for unemployment: a reading of the Macmillan Committee (1929-31)163
11Pre-Keynesian themes at Brookings182
12The ILO and the League of Nations: a distinctive perspective on macroeconomic stabilization policy in the 1920s202
13The Beveridge retort: Beveridge's response to the Keynesian challenge221
Index241

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