Policy Research in Macroeconomics

On Prosperity, Growth and Finance

March 2015

Taken from his lecture at the Capital Divided? Conference at City Perc in November 2014, Tily argues that Keynes’s goal was high employment founded on a high level of domestic activity. “Growth” was a later and rival preoccupation that must be understood as inherent only to the case for the globalised system that was opposed to both his policies and his goals.

Download

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

This website collects cookies and analytic data. To use our website you must consent.
For more information read our Privacy Policy.