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Should the Keynesian Consumption Function be Non-Linear?

To those that follow this blog, sorry for not posting anything lately. I have been busy with this project and several others.

Those familiar with the macroeconomic theory of John Maynard Keynes know that his consumption function is defined as follows: 1,000 more words


The Vagaries of English Spelling

When George Bernard Shaw died in 1950, he bequeathed a substantial portion of his estate to finance the creation of a new English phonemic alphabet. The word ‘ghoti’, i.e. 432 more words


Why politicians love paper money

Money makes money, and the more money that money makes, makes more money—Benjamin Franklin

John Maynard Keynes was the most influential economist of the twentieth century. 1,183 more words


The Latent European Civil War

There is a belief, implicit in the hypothesis that during the interwar period, Europe was not in a state of peace, but in a state of unofficial civil war. 4,060 more words

John Maynard Keynes on Jews

EconomicPolicyJournal.com: John Maynard Keynes on Jews: You won’t see the anti-Semitic views of John Maynard Keynes reported in the New York Times .

Now they are highlighted in the new book by Richard Davenport-Hines,  142 more words

John Maynard Keynes


Toimin ainakin tämän vuoden yhtenä Tampereen yliopiston kulttuuri- ja tiedelehti Aikalaisen kolumnisteista. Sarjaan pyydettiin eri tutkijoita jotka kirjoittaisivat napakoita ja yhteiskunnallisia puheenvuoroja. Avasin pelin omalta osaltani jutulla nimeltä … 510 more words