Professor G.P. Manish

  1. A Few Fundamental Economic Concepts
  2. The Production Structure and the Order of Goods
  3. The Calculation of GDP: The Income Method (Part 1)
  4. The Calculation of GDP: The Income Method (Part 2)
  5. The Calculation of GDP: The Expenditure and Output Methods
  6. Inventories and the Measurement of GDP
  7. The Conceptual Foundations of GDP Measurement
  8. The Calculation of GDP with Durable Capital Goods
  9. Depreciation and GDP
  10. Nominal and Real GDP
  11. The Circular Flow of Income and Expenditure: An Introduction
  12. The Circular Flow with Durable Capital Goods
  13. The Circular Flow with Inventories
  14. Equilibrium and Disequilibrium Levels of GDP: An Introduction
  15. Equilibrium and Disequilibrium Levels of GDP: Further Explorations
  16. Price Rigidity, Price Flexibility and Equilibrium GDP
  17. Keynes’ Theory of Consumption Expenditure: The Fundamental Principles
  18. Keynes’ Theory of Consumption Expenditure: Implications for Equilibrium GDP
  19. Consumption Expenditure and Equilibrium GDP with Durable Capital Goods
  20. The Determinants of Investment Expenditure (Part 1)
  21. The Determinants of Investment Expenditure (Part 2)
  22. Aggregate Investment Expenditure and the Rate of Interest
  23. Expectations and Investment Expenditure
  24. The Demand for Money: An Introduction
  25. The Speculative Demand for Money
  26. Interest Rate Determination and the Level of Employment
  27. Unemployment in the Keynesian System
  28. The Keynesian Multiplier and Monetary and Fiscal Stimulus
  29. Consumption Expenditure and Savings in the Keynesian System
  30. The Role of Time in Production and the Maintenance of Capital: The Austrian Perspective
  31. The Keynesian Denigration of Savings: A Critique (Part 1)
  32. The Keynesian Denigration of Savings: A Critique (Part 2)