Keynes and Say's Law Kent, Richard J

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Kent, Richard J
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History of Economics Review
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Production (Economics) -- Analysis; Economics; Supply and demand -- Criticism and interpretation
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Abstract: It seems difficult to exaggerate the importance of Say's Law to Keynes as he wrote the General Theory. Much of the General Theory is written as a criticism of classical economics, ...
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