December 2009
The most inflential economist of the 20th century still dominates debate about the financial crisis. His biographer Robert Skidelsky and Britain's leading monetarist Tim Congdon discuss the relevance of Keynes
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About Robert Skidelsky and Tim Congdon
Lord Skidelsky, the biographer of Keynes, is Emeritus Professor of Political Economy at the University of Warwick. Tim Congdon is a former adviser to the Treasury and a founder of Lombard Street Research.
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