Maynard Keynes: An Economist's Biography

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MAYNARD KEYNES

An economist’s biography

D.E. Moggridge

London and New York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Plates xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgements xxviii
  • Abbreviations xxx
  • 1 - Forebears and Childhood 1
  • 2 - Eton 32
  • 3 - King’s Undergraduate 52
  • 4 - Post-Graduate 82
  • 5 - Moore and Keynes’s Early Beliefs 112
  • 6 - Probability 143
  • 7 - Civil Servant to Young Don 167
  • 8 - The Young Economist 197
  • 9 - Bloomsbury 213
  • 10 - War 233
  • 11 - External Finance in Total War 264
  • 12 - Negotiating the Peace 288
  • 13 - Economic Consequences of the Peace 319
  • 14 - Adjustments to a Way of Life 348
  • 15 - Reparations and Journalism 368
  • 16 - Lydia and Maynard 395
  • 17 - The Return to Gold 414
  • 18 - Industry and Politics 446
  • 19 - The Emergence of the Treatise 475
  • 20 - Crisis, Criticism and New Directions 518
  • 21 - Towards the General Theory 551
  • 22 - International Affairs and the Arts 572
  • 23 - Fertile of Mind, Frail of Body 592
  • 24 - How to Pay for the War 627
  • 25 - ‘scraping the Bottom of the Box’ 650
  • 26 - The Clearing Union 670
  • 27 - Domestic ‘New Jerusalems’ 695
  • 28 - Bretton Woods 721
  • Notes 754
  • 29 - The Shadow of Debt 756
  • 30 - The Loan 796
  • 31 - The Last Months 821
  • Annex 1—A Key for the Prurient: Keynes’s Loves, 1901-15 838
  • Bibliography 840
  • Dramatis Personae 859
  • Index 912
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