A Monetary Theory of Employment

By Gardiner C. Means; Warren J. Samuels et al. | Go to book overview
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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Tables and Figures vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Note xv
  • Introduction: Means and the Making of an Anti-Keynesian Monetary Theory of Employment xvii
  • Notes xxxiv
  • 1: Introduction 3
  • Part I Theories of Employment 7
  • 2: The Saving-Investment Theory of Employment 9
  • 3: A Challenge to the Saving-Investment Theory 25
  • 4: The Classical Theory of Employment 42
  • 5: The Marxian Theory of Employment 46
  • Part II an Insensitive-Price Theory of Economic Adjustment 57
  • 6: Insensitive Prices and Wage Rates 59
  • Conclusion 92
  • Notes 92
  • 7: Aggregate Demand and Insensitive Prices 95
  • Conclusion 108
  • Notes 108
  • Part III a Monetary Theory of Aggregate Demand 111
  • The Demand for Money 113
  • Conclusion 125
  • Notes 125
  • 9: Assets and Economic Management 127
  • 10: The Determinants of Aggregate Demand 135
  • Part IV a Monetary Theory of Employment 141
  • 11: A Monetary Theory of Employment 143
  • Conclusion 154
  • Notes 156
  • 12: The Necessity of Testing the Monetary Theory 158
  • Conclusion 171
  • Notes 172
  • Part V Problems of Corrective Action 175
  • 13: The Problem of Maintaining Full Employment 177
  • Conclusion 195
  • Notes 196
  • 14: The Problem of Achieving Full Employment 198
  • 15: The Problem of Inflation 208
  • 16: Dynamic Problems 213
  • Conclusion 218
  • Notes 218
  • 17: Certain International Implications of the Monetary Theory 219
  • Notes 238
  • Index 241
  • About the Author 249
  • About the Editors 251
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