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The concept of "economic planning" was a central theme of the popular economic policy debate in the 1930s. Dr Ritschel traces the many interpretations of planning, and examines the process of idealogical construction and dissemination of the new economic ideas. He concludes with an explanation of the planners' retreat, later in the decade, from the economics of planning towards the far less ambitious (but also less contentious) alternative--the "middle way" of Keynesian economics.
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Daniel Ritschel, Assistant Professor of History, University of Maryland, Baltimore County.Review:
"Ritschel provides a very lucid introduction and conclusion and an exhaustive narrative which outlines the principal publications and ideas within them. This is a book of ideas....Ritschel's book is to be highly recommended."--Albion
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