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Dennis Robertson

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Zusammenfassung This book provides a comprehensive overview of Robertson's life and work. Uncovering the sources of Robertson's inspiration and ideas and the all-important causal relationship between the man and his work! this fascinating account is a must-read for all interested in rediscovering this great economist. Informationen zum Autor GORDON FLETCHER is Senior Lecturer of Economics at the Management School at the University of Liverpool! UK. Klappentext This book provides a comprehensive overview of Robertson's life and work. Uncovering the sources of Robertson's inspiration and ideas and the all-important causal relationship between the man and his work! this fascinating account is a must-read for all interested in rediscovering this great economist. Inhaltsverzeichnis Dennis Robertson: The Economics and the Man The Early Years: Lessons for Life Cambridge Undergraduate: The Light and the Dark Varieties of Escape: 1! Economist and Soldier The Economics of Social Improvement A Theory of the Trade Cycle The Anatomy of the Study Welfare in Relation to Cycles and Growth The 1920s: Making a Reputation The Characteristics of a Style Money in a Theory of the Cycle An Odd Little Book Banking Policy in the Cycle An 'Ideal' Banking Policy Varieties of Escape: 2! Traveller and Professional Actor The 1930s: Robertsonian Theory and Policy in the Decade of Keynes Robertson and Keynes: Parallels and Differences Keynesian Revolution and Robertsonian Dissent A Resolution of the Controversy The LSE and the Treasury Professor at Cambridge: 1! Faculty Politics! Public Service and Lecturing Professor at Cambridge: 2! Public Addresses! Querulous Dissent and Scenes from College Life A Question of Legacy

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GORDON FLETCHER is Senior Lecturer of Economics at the Management School at the University of Liverpool, UK.

Klappentext

Dennis Robertson (1890-1963) was one of Britain's most distinguished and most interesting economists. He achieved an international reputation during the inter-war period and made crucial advances in thinking on the theory of economic fluctuations and money. In this new collection of essays, ranging from biography to critical surveys of opinion, the events of Robertson's life and career, his contributions to economics, the all-important influence of temperament on the development of his thought, his relationship with Keynes and the issues in his opposition to the Keynesian revolution.

Inhalt
Dennis Robertson: The Economics and the Man The Early Years: Lessons for Life Cambridge Undergraduate: The Light and the Dark Varieties of Escape: 1, Economist and Soldier The Economics of Social Improvement A Theory of the Trade Cycle The Anatomy of the Study Welfare in Relation to Cycles and Growth The 1920s: Making a Reputation The Characteristics of a Style Money in a Theory of the Cycle An Odd Little Book Banking Policy in the Cycle An 'Ideal' Banking Policy Varieties of Escape: 2, Traveller and Professional Actor The 1930s: Robertsonian Theory and Policy in the Decade of Keynes Robertson and Keynes: Parallels and Differences Keynesian Revolution and Robertsonian Dissent A Resolution of the Controversy The LSE and the Treasury Professor at Cambridge: 1, Faculty Politics, Public Service and Lecturing Professor at Cambridge: 2, Public Addresses, Querulous Dissent and Scenes from College Life A Question of Legacy

Produktinformationen

Titel: Dennis Robertson
Untertitel: Essays on His Life and Work
Autor:
EAN: 9781403999344
ISBN: 978-1-4039-9934-4
Format: Fester Einband
Genre: Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 268
Gewicht: 473g
Größe: H216mm x B216mm x T138mm
Jahr: 2008
Auflage: 2008