Keynes on domestic and international monetary reform
Chapter 10 in The General Theory and Keynes for the 21st Century, 2018, pp 132-144 from Edward Elgar Publishing
In looking to Keynes for guidance on modern policy issues, we identify some general principles which can be carried forward to the present day. In order to address problems arising from the domestic and international monetary systems, we focus on the principle of effective demand and the theory of liquidity preference, applied to analysis of a monetary production economy. Yet for Keynes theorising started and ended with context. The analytical process started with identifying the problem and looking to relevant theory for illumination. Yet it was crucial to consider the nature of the context in order to assess the validity of the assumptions and, if necessary, to change them. We therefore consider the differences in monetary systems between the 1930s–1940s and the present day in order to form a Keynesian view of monetary reform.
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