The Philosophy of Keynes' Economics: Probability, Uncertainty and Convention (Economics as Social Theory)

Type
Book
Authors
Runde ( Jochen Runde )
Mizuhara ( Sohei Mizuhara )
 
ISBN 10
0415281539 
ISBN 13
9780415281539 
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Publication Year
2003 
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Pages
291 
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Description
John  Maynard  Keynes  was  arguably  the  most  influential  Western  economist  ofthe  twentieth  century.  His  emphasis  on  the  nature  and  role  of  uncertainty  ineconomics is a dominant theme in his writings. This book brings together a wide array of experts on Keynes’s contributions tothe  philosophy  of  probability  and  to  economics,  including  Gay  Tulip  Meeks,Sheila Dow and John Davis. Themes covered include: Keynesian probability and uncertainty the foundations of Keynes’s economics the relationship between Keynes’s earlier and later thought The  Philosophy  of  Keynes’s  Economics  is  a  readable  and  comprehensive  bookthat  will  interest  students  and  academics  interested  in  the  man  and  his  thought. - from Amzon 
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