General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money, by Keynes

Table of Contents


Preface to the German Edition

Preface to the Japanese Edition

Preface to the French Edition


  1. The General Theory
  2. The Postulates of the Classical Economics
  3. The Principle of Effective Demand
  4. The Choice of Units
  5. Expectation as Determining Output and Employment
  6. The Definition of Income, Saving and Investment
  7. The Meaning of Saving and Investment Further Considered
  8. The Propensity to Consume: I. The Objective Factors
  9. The Propensity to Consume: II. The Subjective Factors
  10. The Marginal Propensity to Consume and the Multiplier
  11. The Marginal Efficiency of Capital
  12. The State of Long-Term Expectation
  13. The General Theory of the Rate of Interest
  14. The Classical Theory of the Rate of Interest
  15. The Psychological and Business Incentives to Liquidity
  16. Sundry Observations on the Nature of Capital
  17. The Essential Properties of Interest and Money
  18. The General Theory of Employment Re-Stated
  19. Changes in Money-Wages
  20. The Employment Function
  21. The Theory of Prices
  22. Notes on the Trade Cycle
  23. Notes on Mercantilism, the Usury Laws, Stamped Money and Theories of Under-Consumption
  24. Concluding Notes on the Social Philosophy Towards which the General Theory Might Lead


  1. Printing Errors in the First Edition Corrected in the Present Edition
  2. Fluctuations in Net Investment in the United States
  3. Relative Movements of Real Wages and Output

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