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Author: Sue Howson
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Title: The Collected Papers of James Meade: Employment and Inflation
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Publisher: Routledge (May 1, 1988)
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The Collected Papers of James Meade: Employment and Inflation by Sue Howson



James Meade, awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1977, has over five decades written and published on theoretical and applied problems in most fields of economics. He has always been as concerned with problems of economic policy as with purely theoretical issues, and was one of the early British economists to serve in government, in the wartime Economic Section of the James Meade, awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1977, has over five decades written and published on theoretical and applied problems in most fields of economics. This is the first of four volumes of his Collected Papers, containing his most important work on theoretical and applied aspects of employment and inflation from 1933-1985.

James Meade wrote and published on theoretical and applied problems in most fields of economics. He was always as concerned with problems of economics policy as with purely theoretical issues, and was one of the early British economists to serve in government. Volume I: (0415-35050-6). Contains his most important work on theoretical and applied aspects of employment and inflation from 1933-1985. Contributions range from pre-war papers on Keynesian economics to his proposals for tackling 'stagflation' in the 1970s and 1980s. Volume II: (0415-35051-4). Draws together Meade's work.

James Edward Meade 1907–1995. He chose to study economics in the late 1920s because he believed it ought to be possible to end the plague of mass unemployment, and his last book in 1995 was on the subject of Full Employment Regained?. He served actively in policy-making as an econ-omist for the League of Nations, and during the Second World War was one of the leading gures in the Economic Section of the Cabinet Ofce. There are three volumes: vol. I: Employment and Ination, vol. II: Value, Distribution and Growth, vol. III: International Economics.

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James Meade, awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1977, has, over five decades, written and published on theoretical and applied problems in most fields of economics. He has always been as concerned with problems of economic policy as with purely theoretical issues, and was one of the early British economists to serve in government. Much of the work in these four volumes is previously unpublished and gives a fascinating and highly readable insight into the workings of government during this period in British economic history.