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John Maynard Keynes, English economist
An English surname
{i} Maynard (1883-1946), influential British economist who advocated government intervention and increased public spending as means of curbing unemployment
British economist who proposed that high unemployment, being a result of insufficient consumer spending, could be relieved by government-sponsored programs. He also advocated deficit spending by governments to stimulate ecomomic activity
English economist who advocated the use of government monetary and fiscal policy to maintain full employment without inflation (1883-1946)
Milton Keynes
Originally a village in Buckinghamshire, now a purpose-built city in south-east England, containing the towns of Bletchley, Wolverton and Stony Stratford and many smaller villages

Nearby was the tidier town of Tychy, a faceless Milton Keynes type of place without the roundabouts.

John Maynard Baron Keynes of Tilton Keynes
born June 5, 1883, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, Eng. died April 21, 1946, Firle, Sussex British economist, known for his revolutionary theories on the causes of prolonged unemployment. The son of the distinguished economist John Neville Keynes (1852-1949), he served in the British treasury during World War I and attended the Versailles Peace Conference. He resigned in protest over the Treaty of Versailles, denouncing its provisions in The Economic Consequences of the Peace (1919), and he returned to teaching at the University of Cambridge. The international economic crisis of the 1920s and '30s prompted him to write The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money (1935-36), the most influential economic treatise of the 20th century. It refuted laissez-faire economic theories, arguing that the treatment for economic depression was either to enlarge private investment or to create public substitutes for private investment. Keynes argued that in mild economic downturns, monetary policy in the form of easier credit and lower interest rates might stimulate investment. More severe crises called for deliberate public deficits (see deficit financing), either in the shape of public works or subsidies to the poor and unemployed. Keynes's theories were put into practice by many Western democracies, notably by the U.S. in the New Deal. Interested in the design of new international financial institutions at the end of World War II, Keynes was active at the Bretton Woods Conference in 1944
John Maynard Keynes
a British economist whose ideas greatly influenced economic thinking in the 20th century. Keynes believed that governments should use public money to control the level of employment, for example by spending money on public works (=buildings, roads etc built by the government) in order to provide more jobs in periods of high unemployment. (1883-1946)
Maynard Keynes
(1883 - 1946) British economist who advocated government intervention and increased public spending as means of curbing unemployment
Milton Keynes
A town of south-central England northeast of Oxford. It was designated as a new town in 1967 to alleviate overcrowding in London. Population: 184,440. a town in central southern England that was developed in 1967 as a new town. The Open University is based there
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keynes ekonomisi
(Ticaret) keynesian economics
keynes etkisi
(Ticaret) keynes effect



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