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John Maynard Keynes
> The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money

 What are the key concepts and principles discussed in Keynes' "The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money"?

 How does Keynes challenge classical economic theories in his book?

 What is Keynes' explanation for involuntary unemployment?

 How does Keynes propose to stimulate economic growth during a recession?

 What role does aggregate demand play in Keynes' theory of employment and income?

 How does Keynes' theory challenge the notion of a self-regulating market economy?

 What are the implications of Keynes' theory for government intervention in the economy?

 How does Keynes' theory of interest differ from classical theories?

 What is the significance of liquidity preference in Keynes' theory of money?

 How does Keynes' theory address the problem of deflation and inflation?

 What are the criticisms and controversies surrounding Keynes' "The General Theory"?

 How does Keynes' theory of effective demand impact fiscal policy decisions?

 What is the relationship between investment and employment in Keynes' theory?

 How does Keynes' theory explain the business cycle and economic fluctuations?

 What are the implications of Keynes' theory for monetary policy?

 How does Keynes' theory view the role of savings in the economy?

 What are the implications of Keynes' theory for income distribution?

 How does Keynes' theory address the concept of aggregate supply?

 What are the limitations and challenges of implementing Keynesian policies?

 How does Keynes' theory view the role of expectations and uncertainty in the economy?

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