The Fall and Rise of Keynesian Economics

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Finance and the Economy
A CERF Series edited by John Eatwell

The Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance (CERF) was founded in 2001 as an independent resource at the University of Cambridge. It is dedicated to developing an enhanced understanding of the evolution and behaviour of financial markets and institutions, notably in their role as major determinants of economic behaviour and performance. CERF promotes theoretical, quantitative and historical studies, crossing conventional disciplinary boundaries to bring together research groups of economists, mathematicians, lawyers, historians, computer scientists and market practitioners. Particular attention is paid to the analysis of the impact of financial market activity on the formulation of public policy. As well as individual research projects, CERF funds Cambridge Finance, the organisation that brings together researchers in finance from all departments of Cambridge University. The CERF series of publications on Finance and the Economy embodies new research in these areas.

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The Fall and Rise of Keynesian Economics John Eatwell and Murray Milgate

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