The failure of the "new economics" : an analysis of the Keynesian fallacies / by Henry Hazlitt.


Princeton, N.J. : D. Van Nostrand Company, 1959.
ISBN 1572460016, 1572460024

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Subjects Economía política -- Historia.
Keynesian economics.
Description xii, 458 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1959.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction -- Postulates of Keynesian economics -- Keynes vs. Say's Law -- Overture -- "Labor units" and "wage units" -- The role of expectations -- "Statics" vs. "dynamics" -- Income, saving, and investment -- "The propensity to consume" : I -- "The propensity to consume" : II -- "The multiplier" -- "The marginal efficiency of capital" -- Expectations and speculation -- "Liquidity preference" -- The theory of interest -- Confusions about capital -- "Own rates of interest" -- The General Theory restated -- Unemployment and wage-rates -- Employment, money, and prices -- Prices and money -- The "trade cycle" -- Return to mercantilism? --Keynes lets himself go -- Did Keynes recant? -- "Full employment" as the goal -- "The National Income approach" -- The Keynesian policies -- Summary.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)167625
(OCoLC)ocm00167625
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WorldCat Identities Hazlitt, Henry, 1894-1993.
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