J.M. Keynes's The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money

The General Theory is a classic, and rightly so. That said, the book is dense, and Keynes's writing is occasionally unclear. After a close reading this summer, I wanted to share the notes I took on the work to offer a sort of "guide" to the text. The notes are straightforward summaries and extended quotes with little commentary. For good commentary on the work, I recommend Mark Blaug's guide in Economic Theory in Retrospect, as well as Paul Krugman's introduction to the General Theory here.

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