Three Great Economists: Smith, Malthus, Keynes

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Smith 1
  • Acknowledgements 3
  • Contents *
  • Contents 5
  • Abbreviations 6
  • 1 - A master for many schools 7
  • 2 - Life 13
  • 3 - Ethics 31
  • 4 - Economics 45
  • 5 - Comparisons 78
  • 6 - Philosophy, science, and history 91
  • References 101
  • Further reading 103
  • Malthus 105
  • Acknowledgements 108
  • Contents 109
  • Abbreviations 110
  • 1: Reputation 111
  • 2 - Life 121
  • 3: Population: The First Essay 126
  • 4 - Population: the second Essay 145
  • 5 - From population to political economy 163
  • 6 - The political economy of stable growth 183
  • 7 - Conclusion 201
  • Notes on sources 216
  • Further reading 217
  • Keynes 219
  • Keynes 220
  • Acknowledgements 222
  • Contents 223
  • Abbreviations 224
  • Introduction: The man and economist 225
  • 1 - The life 238
  • 2 - Keynes's philosophy of practice 262
  • 3 - The monetary reformer 278
  • 4 - The General Theory 301
  • 5 - Economic statesmanship 325
  • 6 - Keynes's legacy 342
  • References 368
  • Further Reading 371
  • Index 373
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