This volume, originally published in 1966, contains essays from the 1930s and is valuable not only in the context of the history of thought. It provides an excellent introduction to the general theory of employment, interest and money and reflect the most essential features of Kalecki’s theory of the business cycle.
Table of Contents
Introduction Joan Robinson 1. Outline of a Theory of the Business Cycle 2. On Foreign Trade and ‘Domestic Exports’. 3. The Mechanism of the Business Upswing 4. The Business Upswing and the Balance of Payments 5. Money and Real Wages, Part 1: Theory 6. Money and the Real Wages Part 2: Statistics