What Should Macroeconomics Do?
Neoliberal Economists Agonistes

Keynes and the FT

Robert Skidelsky says that when Keynes lectured at Cambridge about monetary theory, he would begin by reading an article from the FT (or occasionally tje Economist), and then ask: "What is the theory that lies behind this argument? Is it coherent? Could it be correct? How can we find out?" And that is how he would teach monetary theory at Cambridge.