Rand McGreal
Killing an Idea
April 18, 2019 Comments.. 999
Killing an Idea A meeting in Portland Oregon occurs between noted French economist Jean Baptiste Say and economic s writer Rand McGreal The two spend a couple of days discussing the state of Economics while walkin

  • Title: Killing an Idea
  • Author: Rand McGreal
  • ISBN: 9781499586930
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Paperback
  • A meeting in Portland, Oregon occurs between noted French economist, Jean Baptiste Say, and economic s writer Rand McGreal The two spend a couple of days discussing the state of Economics while walking through downtown Portland Say s anger overflows when he discusses the dismissal of his ideas by John Maynard Keynes As the two establish a relationship Say asks Rand to hA meeting in Portland, Oregon occurs between noted French economist, Jean Baptiste Say, and economic s writer Rand McGreal The two spend a couple of days discussing the state of Economics while walking through downtown Portland Say s anger overflows when he discusses the dismissal of his ideas by John Maynard Keynes As the two establish a relationship Say asks Rand to help him restore his theory of the market as the dominant driver of economic health Say s passion gets the better of him at times, but he regains control and continues with a vigorous defense of his ideas, and a spirited attack on the principles underlying Keynes theory The book provides a clear easily understood introduction to the two giants of Macroeconomics Keynes promoting state management of economic factors, and Say arguing for allowing markets to define those factors.

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    1. Lori says:

      The book provides a clear easily understood introduction to the two giants of Macroeconomics.It was thought provoking. Not my favorite type of book to read, I prefer light reading as opposed to heavy thought.

    2. Denise says:

      Little too business oriented for me. I feel unqualified to comment on the book. Great title though.

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