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To Full Employment: The Keynesian Experience and After

Dick Sargent's book To Full Employment: The Keynesian Experience and After provides a fresh interpretation of the British economy from 1950 to the present day. Its conclusions have significant implications for all economists and policymakers concerned with full employment and the supply side of the economy, up to and including the Blair administration's "New Deal" policies. To Full Employment is published by The Power of Three Press.

To Full Employment is intended for final year undergraduates; students studying for higher degrees; research students; economics tutors and lecturers; and professional economists with an interest in the British post-war economy.

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  • "This excellent and convincing work could be an important corrective to some glib current ideas" (Robert M. Solow, 1987 Nobel Laureate in Economics).
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  • Read a Review of To Full Employment: The Keynesian Experience and After by Geoffrey Renshaw.
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Citation Details

Sargent, J.R. 2004. To Full Employment: The Keynesian Experience and After. The Power of Three Press: Hook Norton, Oxfordshire, UK. ISBN 0-9547970-0-0.

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