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Keynes, John Maynard

Born: 1883 AD
Died: 1946 AD, at 62 years of age.

Nationality: English
Categories: Economists


1883 - Born 5th of June in #6 Harvey Road, Cambridge.


1902 - Entered King's College, Cambridge, to study mathematics.


1905 - Keynes received his B.A. at King's College, Cambridge.


1909 - Finished his M.A.


1921 - Published his Treatise on Probability.


         - He attacked the deflation policies of the 1920s with A Tract on Monetary Reform in 1923.


1930 - Wrote "A Treatise on Money".


1936 - Published his magnum opus, the General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money challenged the economic paradigm.


1942 - Keynes was a highly recognized economist and was raised to the House of Lords as Baron Keynes, of

Tilton in the County of Sussex, where he sat on the Liberal benches.


1912 - Editor in Chief for the Economic journal from and was also a member of the Liberal Party.


1946 - John Maynard Keynes died 21st of April.


He advocated government spending to boost business activity.





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