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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.
Today this masterpiece of John Maynard Keynes hits the head of the nail as accurately as it did 80 years ago despite of so complete changes both in the pane, nail and hammer. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Asko Korpela
Amazing analytical piece; not for the faint hearted. The non-specialist will still glean valuable insight into a work that's driven the contemporary economic and govt policy... Read morePublished 18 days ago by AdviceGiver
I suppose that it is a joke to ask me to review one of the greatest and most influential books of the modern era. It is not easy to understand. It is beautifully written. Read morePublished 23 days ago by John Hartley
This is a foundational book for anyone interested in the development of economics, particularly macroeconomics. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Guitar-Player
the text was badly readable due to a miserable letter size and typefont.
in itself the content was a good preparation for piketty
I don't necessarily agree with Keynesian economics, but it's good to know where all those ideas originate.Published 2 months ago by June