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Although difficult to read, this book is essential to our understanding of modern economics.
As I understand it the level of investment in classical theory was determined by the marginal productivity of capital and the interest rate.
It has text that looks like it was originally a hyperlink throughout the book, and the formatting is all messed up.
Unfortunately, one needs to read this very wrong book to understand the fallacies of Keynesianism.Published 2 days ago by Cristiano H. Ferraz
this is a nice, legible edition of a great book at a reasonable price. what makes it particularly valuable, however, is the thoughtful and readable introduction by paul krugman. Read morePublished 4 days ago by A. John Silver
Favorite economist of Barack Obama. Last chapter is very telling that democracy/capitalism is merely a stepping stone to socialism. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Pegasus-rtf
This is a classic in history of economic theory. What more can be said?Published 1 month ago by Kevin (email@example.com)
I guess you get what you pay for. The equations have many many typos. Poorly done. Go with a different publisher if you want a hardcopy.Published 4 months ago by Moral Hazard