He argues that Keynes is responsible for a fundamental misunderstanding of classical — and in fact all pre-Keynesian — economics, which has disfigured mainstream macroeconomics since This is no small reproach, but Kates makes his point in a well-documented and convincing way. I consider this book required reading for macroeconomists as well as historians of economic thought and intellectual historians.
A work of true scholarship and thought-provoking content. You may disagree with Kates, but you cannot easily dismiss him.
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On the contrary, far from dismissing slumps as impossibilities, they stressed their occurrence. They differed from Keynes only in denying that demand failure could be the cause.
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