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Cardoso and M. Hirai and P. Mehrling, ed , Keynesian Reflections. Fighting market failure. This statement incorporates Keynes's definition of saving, which is the normal one.

Book III of the General Theory is given over to the propensity to consume, which is introduced in Chapter 8 as the desired level of expenditure on consumption for an individual or aggregated over an economy. The demand for consumer goods depends chiefly on the income Y and may be written functionally as C Y.

Saving is that part of income which is not consumed, so the propensity to save S Y is equal to Y — C Y. Keynes discusses the possible influence of the interest rate r on the relative attractiveness of saving and consumption, but regards it as 'complex and uncertain' and leaves it out as a parameter. His seemingly innocent definitions embody an assumption whose consequences will be considered later. Since Y is measured in wage units, the proportion of income saved is considered to be unaffected by the change in real income resulting from a change in the price level while wages stay fixed.

Keynes acknowledges that this is undesirable in Point 1 of Section II. In Chapter 9 he provides a homiletic enumeration of the motives to consume or not to do so, finding them to lie in social and psychological considerations which can be expected to be relatively stable, but which may be influenced by objective factors such as 'changes in expectations of the relation between the present and the future level of income' p The marginal propensity to consume and the multiplier[ edit ] The marginal propensity to consume, C ' Y , is the gradient of the purple curve, and the marginal propensity to save S ' Y is equal to 1 — C ' Y.

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Keynes states as a 'fundamental psychological law' p96 that the marginal propensity to consume will be positive and less than unity. Keynes's account is not intelligible until his economic system has been fully set out see below. In Chapter 10 he describes his multiplier as being related to the one introduced by R. Kahn in , [5] but the two have little in common.

The mechanism of Kahn's multiplier lies in an infinite series of transactions, each conceived of as creating employment: if you spend a certain amount of money, then the recipient will spend a proportion of what he or she receives, the second recipient will spend a further proportion again, and so forth.

Enough meaning can be extracted from Keynes's account of his own mechanism in the second para of p to see that it makes no reference to infinite series. It also differs from Kahn's multiplier in being attached to investment rather than to spending in general, and in having a value determined by the marginal propensity to consume rather than by the marginal propensity to spend.

Book IV: The inducement to invest[ edit ] The rate of investment[ edit ] Keynes's schedule of the marginal efficiency of capital Book IV discusses the inducement to invest, with the key ideas being presented in Chapter The 'marginal efficiency of capital' is defined as the annual revenue which will be yielded by an extra increment of capital as a proportion of its cost.

The 'schedule of the marginal efficiency of capital' is the function which, for any rate of interest r, gives us the level of investment which will take place if all opportunities are accepted whose return is at least r.

By construction this depends on r alone and is a decreasing function of its argument; it is illustrated in the diagram, and we shall write it as Is r. This schedule is a characteristic of the current industrial process which Irving Fisher described as representing the 'investment opportunity side of interest theory'; [6] and in fact the condition that it should equal S Y,r is the equation which determines the interest rate from income in classical theory.

Keynes is seeking to reverse the direction of causality and omitting r as an argument to S.

He interprets the schedule as expressing the demand for investment at any given value of r , giving it an alternative name: "We shall call this the investment demand-schedule He also refers to it as the 'demand curve for capital' p However it has many of the properties of a supply curve for instance not being constrained by income. It is analogous to the curve giving the amount of gold which can be extracted from the soil at a price less than p. Nonetheless the schedule of the marginal efficiency of capital was a demand function in Keynes's eyes.

For fixed industrial conditions, we conclude that 'the amount of investment Interest and liquidity preference[ edit ] Keynes proposes two theories of liquidity preference i. His arguments offer ample scope for criticism, but his final conclusion is that liquidity preference is a function mainly of income and the interest rate. The influence of income which really represents a composite of income and wealth is common ground with the classical tradition and is embodied in the Quantity Theory ; the influence of interest had also been noted earlier, in particular by Frederick Lavington see Hicks's Mr Keynes and the "Classics".

Thus Keynes's final conclusion may be acceptable to readers who question the arguments along the way. However he shows a persistent tendency to think in terms of the Chapter 13 theory while nominally accepting the Chapter 15 correction. Chapter 13 presents the first theory in rather metaphysical terms.

Keynes argues that: It should be obvious that the rate of interest cannot be a return to saving or waiting as such.

For if a man hoards his savings in cash, he earns no interest, though he saves just as much as before. On the contrary, the mere definition of the rate of interest tells us in so many words that the rate of interest is the reward for parting with liquidity for a specified period.

This is where, and how, the quantity of money enters into the economic scheme.

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Chapter 15 looks in more detail at the three motives Keynes ascribes for the holding of money: the 'transactions motive', the 'precautionary motive', and the 'speculative motive'.

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President Richard Nixon famously said in ironically, shortly before Keynesian economics fell out of fashion that " We are all Keynesians now ", a phrase often repeated by Nobel laureate Paul Krugman but originating with anti-Keynesian economist Milton Friedman , said in a way different from Krugman's interpretation.

The microeconomic foundations of macroeconomics. Fifth section relates non-Post-keynesian exchange rate models to the one Developmental Macroeconomics displays. As Marcuzzo 2 argues, Keynes' theory proclaims the whole time what needs to be done in order "to sustain the level of investment, but it should be interpreted more in the sense of 'stabilizing business confidence' than a plea for debt-financed public works".

However he shows a persistent tendency to think in terms of the Chapter 13 theory while nominally accepting the Chapter 15 correction. DM also broaches a long-term mechanism to avoid ER appreciation, given the expected accumulation of current account surpluses from the DM policies framework.

New York: Columbia Univ. For if a man hoards his savings in cash, he earns no interest, though he saves just as much as before.

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