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by Will Hutton

eBook The Revolution That Never Was: An Assessment of Keynesian Economics ePub
Author: Will Hutton
Language: English
ISBN: 0099285681
ISBN13: 978-0099285687
Publisher: Random House UK (January 1, 2001)
Pages: 240
Category: Economics
Subcategory: Perfomance
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Hutton's book The Writing on the Wall was released in the UK in January 2007. The Revolution That Never Was: An Assessment of Keynesian Economics (1986).

Hutton's book The Writing on the Wall was released in the UK in January 2007. The book examines Western concerns and responses to the rise of China and the emerging global division of labour, and argues that the Chinese economy is running up against a set of increasingly unsustainable contradictions that could have a damaging universal fallout. On 18 February 2007, Hutton was a featured guest in BBC's Have Your Say programme discussing the implications of China's growth. Contributions to other books.

It's very good; I have two other Will Hutton books; this seems to be an update of those.

Will Hutton argues that Keynesian revolution has yet to take place. Economists, he finds, have not yet come to terms with the heart of Keynes' argument: that there are limits to what prices can do in a market economy. But referring closely to Keynes' writings, Hutton demonstrates that Keynes was concerned to show how the financial sector of the economy originated and how i Will Hutton argues that Keynesian revolution has yet to take place. Economists, he finds, have not yet come to terms with the heart of Keynes' argument: that there are limits to what prices can do in a market.

Will Hutton argues that Keynesian revolution has yet to take place

Will Hutton argues that Keynesian revolution has yet to take place. By insisting that government intervention is a prerequisite to the proper functioning of the market, Keynesianism in effect becomes a political philosophy challenging the entire panoply of economic and political liberalism. As such it may require important changes in the structure of government if it is to be implemented successfully. Books related to The Revolution That Never Was. Skip this list.

The Revolution That Never Was: An Assessment of Keynesian .

The Revolution That Never Was: An Assessment of Keynesian Economics, Longman (London, England), 1986, Vintage (London, England), 2001. Lies, Damned Lies and Official Statistics, Charter (London, England), 1988. Full Employment in a Free Society, Unions (London, England), 1994. Hutton's 1995 title The State We're In was a nonfiction best seller in England and was described as "a classic of intellectual demolition" by Ian Aitken in New Statesman and Society.

The Keynesian Revolution was a fundamental reworking of economic theory concerning the factors determining employment levels in the overall economy. The revolution was set against the then orthodox economic framework: neoclassical economics.

an assessment of Keynesian economics. Published 1986 by Longman in London, New York. Bibliography: p. 224-225.

According to the author, Keynesian revolution has yet to take place. Economists, he finds, have not yet come to terms with the heart of Keynes' argument: that there are limits to what prices can do in a market economy. But referring closely to Keynes' writings, Hutton demonstrates that Keynes was concerned to show how the financial sector of the economy originated and how it reinforced the incapacities of the market economy.
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