The Enduring Influence of Keynes
Since Macmillan published his last and most influential work in 1936, The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, Palgrave has continued to publish thought-leading research on Keynes and Keynesian theory.
Since the global financial crisis there has been a resurgence of interest in Keynes as governments around the world have revisited and implemented elements of Keynesian macroeconomic policy. As part of our Ten Years since the Crash campaign, we've brought together a selection of titles, articles and author insights celebrating Keynes and his contribution to modern economics.
We're delighted to present a brand new edition of this flagship book voted the ‘Academic Text that Most Shaped Modern Britain’ by Academic Book Week in 2017, hot off the press and containing new contributions by Paul Krugman and Robert Skidelsky.
Read perspectives on Keynes and his theory from our authors.