Keynes's Economic consequences of the peace: A reappraisal

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Authors: Hölscher, J. and Klaes, M.

http://www.pickeringchatto.com/titles/1730-9781848934559-keynes-economic-consequences-of-the-peace

Pages: 1-256

Publisher: Pickering & Chatto

Place of Publication: London

ISBN: 978 1 84893 455 9

Published just months after the Versailles treaty was signed, The Economic Consequences of the Peace is a devastating critique of allied leaders and the reparations they imposed on Germany and Austria in the aftermath of World War I. With its prescient warnings of instability and further conflict, the importance of this book is more than merely historical. It also speaks to current problems facing the world economy, particularly those concerning the debt crisis in the Eurozone and beyond. This collection of essays assesses the importance of Keynes’s most popular work, both in historical terms and in its relevance for the challenges we face today.

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Authors: Hölscher, J. and Klaes, M.

Pages: 1-208

ISBN: 9781848934559

DOI: 10.4324/9781315654232

© Taylor & Francis, Jens Hölscher and Matthias Klaes 2014. All rights reserved. blished just months after the Versailles Treaty was signed, The Economic Consequences of the Peace is a devastating critique of allied leaders and the reparations imposed on Germany and Austria in the aftermath of WWI. These essays assess the importance of Keynes's book, both historically and in its relevance for the challenges we face today.

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