This book attempts to elucidate the views of Keynes's General Theory as far as equilibrium, expectations and information are concerned, and compares them with those of modern classical economists of the Chicago and Ricardian persuasion.
Introduction 1. Equilibrium in the General Theory 2. Expectations in the General Theory 3. Information in the General Theory 4. Information, Equilibrium and Rational Expectations 5. Equilibrium and Expectations in Modern Ricardian Economics 6. Conclusion