The Fundamental Problem

  • Robert Bacon
  • Walter Eltis

Abstract

The fundamental ways in which extra-rapid growth of non-market expenditure cause difficulties for an economy will be explained in this chapter. The full implications of the argument, which applies to Britain particularly sharply, will then be set out.

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Money Supply Public Spending Technical Progress Private Consumption Market Sector 
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Notes

  1. 12.
    Cf. Joan Robinson, ‘Ricardo existed at a particular point when English history was going round a corner so sharply that the progressive and the reactionary positions changed places in a generation.’ Collected Economic Papers, vol. IV, Blackwell, 1973, p. 267.Google Scholar

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© Robert Bacon and Walter Eltis 1996

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  • Robert Bacon
  • Walter Eltis

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