401.

### On J Nevile’s (2000) , 'What Keynes Would Have Thought of the Development of IS LM'. It Is An Oxymoron, Given that J M Keynes Himself, and only Keynes, Originally Developed the IS-LM Model between December, 1933 and February ,1936, when It Was Published in the General Theory in Chapter 21 in Part IV on pp. 298-299

Number of pages: 21
Posted: 18 Feb 2021

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California State University, Dominguez Hills

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402.

###
On the Catastrophic Impact That the Many Myths Created by Joan Robinson Between 1936 and 1980 About J M Keynes and the
*General Theory* Have Had on Macroeconomic History

Number of pages: 40
Posted: 09 Feb 2021

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California State University, Dominguez Hills

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403.

### On the Impossibility of F P Ramsey (R B Braithwaite) Being Able To Have Covered Keynes’s a Treatise on Probability in Six Months (Brathwaite’s Claim Was That He Had Read It in Two Months), Given That Very Powerful Mathematicians, Like E Borel (1924), F Y Edgeworth (1922), and EB Wilson (1923), Admitted Publicly And Privately That It Was Not Possible for Them To Cover Any Part of Part II of Keynes’s Book at All Before They Published Their Reviews

Number of pages: 49
Posted: 17 Feb 2021

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California State University, Dominguez Hills

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404.

### The Effect of Corporate Culture on the Staff’s Commitment in CMC Telecome Vietnam

*Science Journal of Business and Management 2019; 7(1): 23-32*

Number of pages: 10
Posted: 24 Oct 2020

Accepted Paper Series

Vietnam Aviation Academy

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405.

### How Did Clive Bell, One of Keynes’s Bloomsbury Artist Friends, Become a Recognized Expert on Keynes's A Treatise on Probability, Given that He Had No Knowledge of Mathematical Logic, Statistics, Probability or Boolean Algebra?

Number of pages: 37
Posted: 29 Jun 2020
Last Revised: 17 Sep 2020

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California State University, Dominguez Hills

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406.

### J M Keynes and E. Borel’s Initial Skipping of Part II of the A Treatise on Probability in His 1924 Review: What Changed Borel’s Mind 15 Years Later?

Number of pages: 31
Posted: 04 Sep 2020

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California State University, Dominguez Hills

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407.

### Keynes Had Already Answered Ramsey’s 1922 and 1926 Critiques Concerning Objective, Logical Probability Relations on Pages 35–36 of the A Treatise on Probability

Number of pages: 43
Posted: 12 Nov 2020

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California State University, Dominguez Hills

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408.

### Keynes Rejected the Concepts of Probabilistic Truth, True Expected Values, True Expectations, True Probability Distributions and True Probabilities: ‘Probability Begins and Ends With Probability’ (Keynes, 1921)

Number of pages: 41
Posted: 08 Jul 2020

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California State University, Dominguez Hills

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409.

### On the Joan Robinson Myth about M. Kalecki Publishing a Version of the General Theory (1936) before Keynes in 1933-1935: Quite Impossible, Since Kalecki, a Frequentist, Never Wrote A Treatise on Probability(1921) and Had No Concept of the ‘Weight of the Argument’ That is the Foundation for Both Keynes’s Liquidity Preference Theory of the Rate of Interest and for Keynes’s Identification of the Role of the Lack of Confidence in Explaining Large Scale Collapses in Investment Spending

Number of pages: 25
Posted: 03 Feb 2021

Working Paper Series

California State University, Dominguez Hills

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410.

### On the Need for a Major Revision of Investopedia’s Article on Adam Smith

Number of pages: 25
Posted: 13 Oct 2020

Working Paper Series

California State University, Dominguez Hills

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411.

### One Hundred Years After Keynes Published His a Treatise on Probability in 1921, Edgeworth’s Two Reviews Still Stand Out As Being Vastly Superior to the Assessments Made by Any Other Economist: All Heterodox Economists Reject the Unanimous Conclusion, Made by All Philosophers, That Keynes Hinted at or Suggested or Had a Notion About an Interval Valued Theory of Probability in Chapter III of the A Treatise on Probability

Number of pages: 59
Posted: 14 Nov 2020

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California State University, Dominguez Hills

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412.

### The Main Result of Keynes’s Evidential Weight of the Argument Analysis, in Chapter 6 of the A Treatise on Probability, Is That V=V(a/h) =V(a/h1, h2, h3, h4……hn, hn+1….) While the Main Result of Chapter 26 Is That V(a/h)=w, 0≤w≤1, Where w=K/[K+I] and 1-w=I/[K+I]. No Economist or Philosopher in the 20th or 21st Century Was Able to Obtain Keynes’s Final Results by Combining Them

Number of pages: 16
Posted: 23 Jun 2020
Last Revised: 22 Jul 2020

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California State University, Dominguez Hills

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413.

### Using A. Greenspan’s Continuum to Generalize J.M. Keynes’s Evidential Weight of the Argument (Evidence), W, Where W Was Defined on the Interval 0 ≤ W ≤ 1, so that 0 Denotes Complete Ignorance and 1 Denotes Complete Knowledge

Number of pages: 21
Posted: 14 Jan 2019

Working Paper Series

California State University, Dominguez Hills

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414.

### ‘The Provocative Joan Robinson’ Was Completely Ignorant of Keynes ’S Chapter 21 Is-Lm Model on Pp. 298–299 of the General Theory Even Though She Supposedly Read the Final 1935 Draft of the General Theory: The Exchanges of September to November, 1936 Between Keynes and Robinson Show Her Complete Ignorance

Number of pages: 28
Posted: 26 Oct 2020

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California State University, Dominguez Hills

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415.

### An Examination of Some Possible Explanations for the Existence of the ‘Mystery’ Concerning the Only Diagram in the A Treatise on Probability on Page 39 (Page 42 of the 1973 CWJMK Edition)

Number of pages: 37
Posted: 02 Apr 2019
Last Revised: 29 Jul 2019

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California State University, Dominguez Hills

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416.

### Assessments of J. M.Keynes’s a Treatise on Probability (1921), Made by All Academic Philosophers and Economists Since 1921, Rely on pp.30–34 of Chapter III, pp.71–78 of Chapter VI (Page 312 of Chapter XXVI) Plus Some Pages Taken From Chapter IV On the Principle of Indifference: No Current Academic Philosopher or Economist Has Any Specific Understanding About What Keynes Did in Part II (Parts III and V)of the A Treatise on Probability in Specifying an Imprecise, Interval Valued Theory of Probability

Number of pages: 24
Posted: 15 Oct 2020

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California State University, Dominguez Hills

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417.

### Implementation-Neutral Causation in Structural Models

*Contemporary Economics, Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 253-268, 2018*

Number of pages: 16
Posted: 25 Mar 2019

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University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) - Department of Economics

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418.

### On the Erroneous Heterodox and Post Keynesian Belief That Keynes’s Interval Valued Decision Theory in the A Treatise on Probability (1921) Was an Ordinal Theory of Probability

Number of pages: 26
Posted: 11 Dec 2019

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California State University, Dominguez Hills

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419.

### Teaching only about Keynes’s Contributions in Chapter 1 (Plus Possibly Chapters 2, 3, 6 and 26, if Time Permits) of the A Treatise on Probability Falls Far ,far Short of Providing Students with An Informed Foundation about Keynes’s Analysis of Decisionmaking,rationality and expectations

Number of pages: 31
Posted: 16 Mar 2021

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California State University, Dominguez Hills

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420.

### On the Failure of Economists to Grasp the Difference between the Calculus (Instantaneous Change) Model Used by Keynes in the General Theory to Define the Mathematical Theory of the Multiplier in His Model and the Actual Dynamic or Process Multiplier that Occurs in Historical Time That Was Not in His Model

Number of pages: 27
Posted: 04 Sep 2019

Working Paper Series

California State University, Dominguez Hills

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421.

### Statistical Economic Balances in Unbalanced Times: 'The Balance of the National Economy of the USSR, 1923-24,' Pavel Illich Popov’s Contribution

*A Research Annual (Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Vol. 32), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 167-216. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0743-415420140000032009*

Number of pages: 61
Posted: 26 Mar 2021

Working Paper Series

ESSCA School of Management

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422.

### 'Studying the Balance of the National Economy: An Introduction.' (1926), by Pavel Illich Popov.

*A Research Annual (Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Vol. 32), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 217-295. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0743-415420140000032020*

Number of pages: 39
Posted: 27 Mar 2021

Accepted Paper Series

ESSCA School of Management

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423.

### Input-Output in Europe: Trends in Research and Applications

*OEconomia / Volume 2011 / Issue 01 / March 2011, pp 75 - 99 DOI: 10.4074/S211352071101108X, Published online: 11 May 2011*

Number of pages: 18
Posted: 26 Mar 2021

Accepted Paper Series

ESSCA School of Management,

*affiliation not provided to SSRN*,*affiliation not provided to SSRN*and Independent
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424.

### Mathematical analogies: An engine for understanding the transfers between economics and physics

*History of Economics Review*

Number of pages: 19
Posted: 12 Jul 2021

Accepted Paper Series

TELUQ University

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425.

### Giffens Good: A Case of Mistaken Identification

*CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP9737*

Number of pages: 24
Posted: 19 Nov 2013

Working Paper Series

NHH - Norwegian School of Economics

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426.

### Keynes's Non-Numerical Probabilities and Non-Additive Measures

*Journal of Economic Psychology, Forthcoming*

Posted: 29 Dec 2008

Accepted Paper Series

University of Siena - Dipartimento di Economia Politica and University of Siena - Department of Economics and Statistics

427.

### Quantitative Aspects of Canadian Growth and Development, 1850-1926

*CANADA: CONFEDERATION TO PRESENT, Rod Macleod, ed., Chinook Multimedia, 2008*

Posted: 24 Jan 2010

Accepted Paper Series

University of Dundee

428.

### Smart Beta: The Good, the Bad and the Muddy

*Journal of Portfolio Management, Vol. 46, No. 4, 2020, https://jpm.pm-research.com/content/46/4/11*

Posted: 17 Jul 2019
Last Revised: 03 Nov 2020

Accepted Paper Series

Elm Partners and Elm Partners

429.

### The Case Against "Indirect" Statistical Inference: Wassily Leontief's "Direct Induction" and 'The Structure of American Economy, 1919—1929.'

*Exploring the History of Statistical Inference in Economics, edited by J. Biddle and M. Boumans. History of Political Economy, Supplement, Forthcoming*

Number of pages: 34
Posted: 08 Jun 2021

Accepted Paper Series

ESSCA School of Management

430.

### The Permanent-Transitory Confusion: Implications for Tests of Market Efficiency and for Expected Inflation During Turbulent and Tranquil Times

*CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP13187*

Number of pages: 31
Posted: 24 Sep 2018
Last Revised: 12 Nov 2018

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Tel Aviv University - Eitan Berglas School of Economics, Swiss National BankUniversity of Basel - Faculty of Business and Economics and Carnegie Mellon University - David A. Tepper School of Business

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