There is discontent with how the textbooks have come to reinterpret Keynes but there is little communication between the most prominent schools of criticism. This book argues that this lack of dialogue is mistaken and damaging. A synthesis is possible as many of the arguments between them can be traced to simple misunderstadings and differences of emphasis.

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Part one

chapter 1|42 pages


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Part three

chapter 5|21 pages

IS-LM and the interest-rate dynamics

chapter 6|17 pages

On bootstraps and traps

chapter 7|34 pages

Expenditure and the interest rate

chapter 8|26 pages

Recovery in the long run?

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Part four

chapter 9|43 pages