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1915) "Letter from John Maynard Keynes to John Neville
In 1919 there was peace in Europe, and there was also a famous Peace Conference which drew up terms for a massive programme of German reparations which John Maynard Keynes feared, correctly, would destabilise not just the European economy but its political structures as well.
En este contexto, la obra de John Maynard Keynes constituye un pilar clave en pro de la equidad distributiva como elemento favorable para el crecimiento economico, cuyos argumentos han sido posteriormente complementados por numerosas contribuciones realizadas, especialmente durante las ultimas decadas, desde opticas muy diversas, tanto desde el lado de la demanda como de la oferta, y en el marco de enfoques tan variados como el estructuralismo, el institucionalismo o el desarrollo humano.
By 1931, John Maynard Keynes had already established his bona fides as the world's foremost economist.
Book Review: John Maynard Keynes, How To Pay for the War.
John Maynard Keynes may not have had a view on QPR v Newcastle but he knew how to make money
The notion that government intervention had the potential of dislodging markets from problematic ruts, thereby promoting stability and peace, as argued by economist John Maynard Keynes, was revolutionary in the early 20th century.
1946: Death of British economist John Maynard Keynes.
Thirdly, he refers to the Liberal economist John Maynard Keynes, but ignores that in a boom, the government should rein in public spending and build up reserves, whereas in a recession, the government should spend more to boost demand.
He was the creator of the widely used Edgeworth box, but historically not had as much attention as contemporaries Alfred Marshall, John Maynard Keynes, or Vilfredo Pareto.
When John Maynard Keynes talked of persistent under-employment, he did not mean that, following a big shock, economies stay frozen at one unchanging level of depressed activity.
It's the difference between macro- and micro-economics; it's what Will, quoting 20th century economist John Maynard Keynes, called "the paradox of thrift.