Looking for a book suggestion that is pro-Keynesian and/or specifically anti-Austrian economics. Something that succinctly lays out the whole argument, in the way that Hazlitt's "Economics in One Lesson" does for Austrian economics.

Looking for a book suggestion that is pro-Keynesian and/or specifically anti-Austrian economics. Something that succinctly lays out the whole argument, in the way that Hazlitt's "Economics in One Lesson" does for Austrian economics.

"History shows it is not possible to insulate yourself from the consequences of others holding money that is harder than yours." - Saifedean Ammous, The Bitcoin Standard

Spending 10 days in the field collecting data for greenhouse gas emissions research. Slowly converting my co-worker into a Bitcoiner...

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