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The General Theory is nothing less than an epic journey out of intellectual darkness. That, as much as its continuing relevance to economic policy, is what makes it a book for the ages. Read it, and marvel.' (Paul Krugman ) --(Paul Krugman ) --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
<div>John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946) was an economist, mathematician, civil servant, educator, journalist, and a world-renowned author. His two great works, A Treatise on Money and The General Theory of Unemployment, Interest, and Money, revolutionized the study and practice of economics and changed monetary policy after World War II.</div> --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Basic explanation of economies; maybe the Chicago school should read it.Published 1 month ago by bubinish
Masterpiece, Masterpiece, Masterpiece. This is Keynes' magnum opus and the work that revolutionized economics - and is still, despite the continued enmity to his ideas from... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Heisenberg Schrodinger
The Greatest Book by an Economist, about Economics, for Economists.... but you don't have to know anything about our field to understand itPublished 2 months ago by Stefan Krause
I do not use to grant 1-stars ratings, but I do know it is important for customers to fully know "in detail" what is the quality of the book, in every sense. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Juan Rogelio
With "Das Kapital" and "The Wealth of Nations" pretty much covers the basis of economic theory (in my opinion)Published 3 months ago by w. w. wiseman
Anyone studying Economics should probably read some of this. I have read a lot of Economics, but he warned readers that it was intended for scholars, and I found it unintelligible... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Barbara Turner