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CloseLatestMinutesPoliticsCultureMagazineClimateBooksPodcastsSubscribeAboutAdvertiseContactFAQJobsRSSMastheadPrivacySubscriber ServicesMenuMagazineSubscribeHow I Became a KeynesianBy Richard A. PosnerSeptember 23, 2009Second thoughts in the middle of a crisis. Until last September, when the banking industry came crash
maynardkeynes.orgThe InvestorThe SpeculatorThe EconomistConcentrated PortfoliosTimelineadvertisements Keynesian Economics in a NutshellKeynes stated that if Investment exceeds Saving, there will be inflation. If Saving exceeds Investment there will be recession. One implication of this is that, in the midst of an econ
 Whats New Site Map Site Index Contact Us Glossary Search Search IMF Entire Site IMF Survey Magazine Home About the IMF Research Countries Capacity Development News Videos Data Publications Share This    Back to Basics What Is Keynesian Economics? Finance & Development, September 2014, Vol. 51, No. 3 S
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Keynesian economics ( or Keynesianism) are the various theories about how in the short run , and especially during recessions , economic output is strongly influenced by aggregate demand (total spending in the economy). In the Keynesian view, aggregate demand does not necessarily equal the productive capacity of the ec
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