|Title:||The Means to Prosperity|
|Publisher:||Macmillan and Co. Ltd|
At the height of the Great Depression, in 1933, Keynes published The Means to Prosperity, which contained specific policy recommendations for tackling unemployment in a global recession, chiefly counter-cyclical public spending. The Means to Prosperity contains one of the first mentions of the multiplier effect. While it was addressed chiefly to the British Government, it also contained advice for other nations affected by the global recession. (enWikipedia) [Suggest a different description.]
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