Once the urgent problems of reparations, which had deeply troubled Keynes at the Peace Conference at Versailles, were on their way towards solution, Keynes turned to the equally grave problems of the currencies of Europe and their adjustment to the post-war world. These issues had been discussed in the series of Reconstruction Supplements of the ...
Once the urgent problems of reparations, which had deeply troubled Keynes at the Peace Conference at Versailles, were on their way towards solution, Keynes turned to the equally grave problems of the currencies of Europe and their adjustment to the post-war world. These issues had been discussed in the series of Reconstruction Supplements of the Manchester Guardian Commercial that he had edited during 1922. In the Tract Keynes drew heavily on his own contributions to that series. This edition makes available the variations between the texts. The Tract remains of interest in three respects. First, it shows the state of Keynes's thinking about monetary problems and the causes of inflation in the early 1920s. Second, it provides one of the clearest expositions ever written of the determination of forward exchange rates. Third, it shows Keynes already favouring flexible exchange rates as a means of allowing independence in national economic policy.
Good. Hardcover, Volume 15 only; published for The Royal Economic Society; fading and shelf wear to exterior; former owner's name written inside front board; bump to bottom corner; otherwise contents in good condition with clean te xt, firm binding. Dust jacket, fading and shelf wear, browning at spine.
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Hardcover. Very Good+, Dust Jacket Very Good. This vol. only. Blue cloth, 416 pages. This book is in very good shape overall; former owner's name, but otherwise clean & bright internally with a strong binding. Dust Jacket lightly soiled, old price sticker on front flap, spine tips & corners lightly worn, now protected in a mylar cover. This vol. only.
Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Trade paperback (US). 391 p. The Collected Writings of John Maynard Keynes. . Intended for college/higher education audience.
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