The Political Economy of Modern Theory — Keynes, Keynesians, and the Neoclassicists
‘We are all Keynesians now’ has become a popular cliché used by economists, politicians, and even by Presidents of the United States. Superficially it would appear that in less than half a century, the writing of John Maynard Keynes has swept the economic thinking of modern capitalist economies.
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