Introducing Keynesian Economics



[Read] ➵ Introducing Keynesian Economics By Peter Pugh – E17streets4all.co.uk This book lucidly explains the Keynesian revolution, and paints a vivid picture of Keynes the man This book lucidly explains the Keynesian revolution, and paints a vivid picture of Keynes the man.Introducing Keynesian Economics

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  • Paperback
  • 176 pages
  • Introducing Keynesian Economics
  • Peter Pugh
  • 09 May 2018
  • 1840461578

10 thoughts on “Introducing Keynesian Economics

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  2. says:

    Should be read with a grain of salt, but not a complete waste of time.

  3. says:

    Good introduction to Keynes, brief and succinct What I got from this presentation was that Keynes s thought was complex and sometimes contradictory I got lost when the authors tried to explain some finer points of Keynesianism I liked the explanation of why Reagan s application of monetarism Free Market Capitalism was actually a form of Keynesianism The US government increased spending dramatically during Reagan s terms, mostly on building up the military and armaments The budget deficit Good introduction to Keynes, brief and succinct What I got from this presentation was that Keynes s thought was complex and sometimes contradictory I got lost when the authors tried to explain some finer points of Keynesianism I liked the explanation of why Reagan s application of monetarism Free Market Capitalism was actually a form of Keynesianism The US government increased spending dramatically during Reagan s terms, mostly on building up the military and armaments The budget deficit rose from 60 billion in 1980 to 200 billion in 1985

  4. says:

    A quick, entertaining read that isn t quite sure of its audience, this Graphic Guide to Keynes is full of clever references for the initiated and simplification for the novice The attempt to please both types of reader falls flat though, leaving economists rolling their eyes, and laymen scratching their heads.The book would make a good gift to a young student with an interest in economics.

  5. says:

    GREAT SUMMARYThis is a fabulous summary It has a clear concise outline of Keynesian policies with a mention of Friedman s Monetary Policies.

  6. says:

    A pretty good intro to Keynes, both from a historical and economic perspective.

  7. says:

    Good bookGood introduction and explains how we got where we are today I would recommend this book of you want to learn about economics

  8. says:

    Good primer.Decent primer A few things I didn t know It is obvious that the author is a fan Almost no criticism at all.

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    NOTES AS I READ.114, Did Keynes lose ground compromise on his Bretton woods stand give in to pressures Did the UK, swept lead by Keynes s optimism believe that the IMF and WB will be prudent and benificial org s for the global citizen, while the US thought its the ideal basis for extending its influence empire and therefore it was in the both UK and US interest to form these powerful organisations Were they acting sincerely for the greater good or simply following their own national inte NOTES AS I READ.114, Did Keynes lose ground compromise on his Bretton woods stand give in to pressures Did the UK, swept lead by Keynes s optimism believe that the IMF and WB will be prudent and benificial org s for the global citizen, while the US thought its the ideal basis for extending its influence empire and therefore it was in the both UK and US interest to form these powerful organisations Were they acting sincerely for the greater good or simply following their own national interests Could both motivations hold cos self interest always does Or did it start out with one motivation which evolved into the other The book has many subtlties within the ilustrations which go unexplaind Good cos it avoids info overload Bad cos all is not revealed important parts of the argument is omitted creates a bias

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