By John Maynard Keynes
John Maynard Keynes (1883–1946) was once surely essentially the most influential thinkers of the 20 th century. His paintings revolutionised the idea and perform of recent economics. It has had a profound effect at the manner economics is taught and written, and on monetary coverage, world wide. The gathered Writings of John Maynard Keynes, released in complete in digital and paperback structure for the 1st time, makes to be had in thirty volumes all of Keynes’s released books and articles. This comprises writings from his time within the India place of work and Treasury, correspondence within which he constructed his principles in dialogue with fellow economists and correspondence on the subject of public affairs. Arguments approximately Keynes’s paintings have continued
long past his lifetime, yet his rules stay important to any figuring out of recent economics, and some extent of departure from which every new new release of economists attracts inspiration.
A Treatise on cash, accomplished in 1930, used to be the end result of six years of in depth paintings and argument with D. H. Robertson, R. G. Hawtrey and others. As within the Tract on financial Reform, the imperative matters of the Treatise are the motives and effects of alterations within the price of cash and the technique of controlling such alterations to extend wellbeing and fitness. The research is, besides the fact that, significantly extra advanced and the utilized statistical paintings even more difficult. The Treatise has lengthy been of curiosity among economists, as a precursor of the final conception, as an incredible dialogue of the mechanics of inflationary and deflationary techniques and as an immense assertion of the issues of nationwide autonomy within the foreign economic system. This variation presents a brand new variation of the unique, corrected at the foundation of Keynes's correspondence with different economists and translators. It additionally offers the prefaces to overseas versions.
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004 RATIO OF BANK MONEY TO RESERVES their established ratio, and, as the figures to be given below will show, such fluctuations as there are exhibit no correlation with the state of trade. This result is what one would expect. To let the ratio fall below the figure which has been fixed upon as that which is recommended by considerations of prudence and of reputation would be a sign of weakness or, at least, of weak-mindedness; whilst to let it rise above would be to forgo quite unnecessarily a source of profit, since surplus reserves can always be employed in the purchase of bills or of investments.
There is no reason, therefore, why a bank should sacrifice the interest thus obtainable (directly, or indirectly by call loans to the market) by holding cash in excess of what is required by the written, or the unwritten, law. (ii) It must also be the case that the cash reserves which a bank habitually keeps, in virtue of law or of binding custom, are in excess of the maximum which it requires for the convenient transaction of business. In former times this was not always the case. It is not the case everywhere today.
It is interesting to notice that our guesses for the total income deposits (cash and bank balances together) for Great Britain is £400 millions against a net income of £4,000 millions or 10 per cent, whilst the total for the United States (in 1923) is $7-5 billions against a net income of $70 billions or 11 per cent. The reasonable agreement of thesefiguresis some slight confirmation that the order ofmagnitude of these guesses may be fairly accurate —which is all I claim for them. 1 2 If we lowered the velocity of income deposits to 6, we should on the above hypotheses raise that of the business deposits to 40.