Economic Planning and International Order

Economic Planning and International Order

Economic Planning and International Order

Economic Planning and International Order

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These chapters owe their origin to an invitation to lecture at the Institut des Hautes Études Internationales at Geneva in the summer of 1935. When the lectures had been delivered, it occurred to me that it might be worth while revising them for a wider public: and in the process of revision, while the outline has been preserved, something like a new book has emerged. I should like to take this opportunity of thanking Professor Rappard and the authorities of the Institut for their invitation and their hospitality. Parts of some of the chapters of the revised version have been published in a modified form in the Quarterly Review of the Amsterdamsche Bank, Lloyds Bank Monthly Review, Ekonomista and The Banker. I am indebted to the editors of these journals for the opportunity of thus securing discussion of certain of the views here presented.

The book is essentially an essay in what may be called Political Economy, as distinct from Economics in the stricter sense of the word. It depends upon the technical apparatus of analytical Economics; but it applies this apparatus to the . . .

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