The Consequences of Mr Keynes
Distinguished economists discuss the impact of organised labour on the British economy
Introduction to public choice theory
An analysis of the misuse of economic theory for political profiteering
The implicit assumption underlying the Keynesian fiscal revolution was that economic policy would be made by wise men, acting without regard to political pressures or opportunities, and guided by disinterested economic technocrats. The fundamental flaw was the unrealistic assumption about political, bureaucratic and electoral behaviour.
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