A Theory of General Equilibrium in a Keynesian System
THE INDIGENT RICH How can we beat inflation and still keep our economy brisk and healthy? How can we ease balance of payments problems, cut currency crises and enable the rich countries to help the poor? Why are the richest countries often so indigent that they can't meet the needs of their sick, disabled, and aged, or care for the environment and defend the only Earth we'll ever have?
THE INDIGENT RICH gives vital answers to these questions and suggests that the Keynesian policies, which brought us such progress between 1945 and 1969 need only some clear-sighted, relatively simple adjustments to return us to more assured prosperity and a better realisation of the potential of all of us wherever we may live.