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1953 - A Guide To Keynes by Alvin Hansen
1968 Association of Stock Exchange Firms Member Directory
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This economic guide to John Maynard Keynes was written by Alvin Hansen and published in 1953. It is meant for economics students to induce them into to reading the General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money by Keynes. The book takes on the task of explaining the difficult portions of Keynes's General Theory as well as his more controversial issues.

John Maynard Keynes was a British economist born in 1883 whose theories on economics are still taught today and is considered the founder of modern macroeconomics. His ideas and theories are known as Keynesian economics. His thoughts on free markets, business cycles, employment, and monetary policy were revolutionary. Time Magazine considered him one of the most important people of the Century.

His life and influence spanned the two world wars, the Roaring Twenties, and the Great Depression making his life story a must read for any modern business person.

A Guide To Keynes by Alvin H. Hansen
  • Hard Cover
  • Published 1953 McGraw-Hill Book Co.
  • 237 pages;
  • Condition: Very good. Some fading to the cover. Small pencil marking in the top right front blank page. Pages clean and crisp. Tight binding.