John Maynard Keynes was arguably the most influential Western economist ofthe twentieth century. His emphasis on the nature and role of uncertainty ineconomics is a dominant theme in his writings.
This book brings together a wide array of experts on Keynes's contributions tothe philosophy of probability and to economics, including Gay Tulip Meeks, Sheila Dow and John Davis. Themes covered include:
- Keynesian probability and uncertainty
- the foundations of Keynes's economics
- the relationship between Keynes's earlier and later thought
The Philosophy of Keynes's Economics is a readable and comprehensive bookthat will interest students and academics interested in the man and his thought.
About the Author:
Jochen Runde is Senior Lecturer in Economics at the Judge Institute of Management, Cambridge (UK); Fellow and Graduate Tutor at Girton College, Cambridge (UK); and Associate Director of the Professional Practice Programme, Cambridge-Massachusetts Institute (USA). Sohei Mazuhara is Professor of Economics at Ryukoku University, Japan.