Keynes

by Robert Cord

Part of the Life & Times Series

Keynes Synopsis

So successful was Keynes' theory that, by the mid 1940's, it was widespread across almost all of Europe's social democracies and, by the 1960's, the United States, too. Keynes personal life was no less remarkable.

Keynes Press Reviews

'Robert Cord ... provides a thoroughly readable account, written in a lively style and, perhaps uniquely among accounts of Keynes, using colour, numerous photographs, a chronological table and numerous inserts to explain people and ideas without disrupting the main narrative ...Specialists will question some of the judgments made but that is, perhaps, to miss the point, which is to stimulate interest in a remarkable figure about whose life many people would otherwise remain ignorant.' Times Higher Education Supplement

Book Information

ISBN: 9781905791002
Publication date: 15th October 2007
Author: Robert Cord
Publisher: Haus Publishing
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 176 pages
Categories: Biography: general, Economic history,

About Robert Cord

Robert Cord is a specialist in Keynes, with an additional interest in the lives and work of the Bloomsbury Group. He is currently based at Cambridge University.

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