Contents: Foreword Preface Five Propositions of The General Theory Prologue 1. Two Theories of Employment 2. Definitions and Ideas 3. The Propensity to Consume 4. The Inducement to Invest 5. Employment, Money and the Price-Level 6. Policy Implications Epilogue References Index
M.G. Hayes, Robinson College, University of Cambridge, UK
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