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Aspects of Postwar Economic Policy

  • Lord Robbins

Abstract

I want to discuss some aspects of the policies of the last three decades which have contributed to the anxious position in which we now find ourselves, with our money rapidly depreciating in value, our purchases from abroad sustained at their present volume only by unprecedented borrowing from abroad and, at the same time, our domestic economic activity faced with contraction.

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Money Supply Full Employment Employment Policy Aggregate Expenditure Free Society 
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Notes

  1. 1.
    D. H. Robertson, Utility and All That, Allen & Unwin, London, 1952, p. 100.Google Scholar

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© The Wincott Foundation 1996

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