John Maynard Keynes

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Keynes, John Maynard

Ms. Brief mit e. U.
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John Maynard Keynes (1883–1946), Nationalökonom. Ms. Brief mit e. U. („JMKeynes“). [London], 22. Juni 1925. 1 S. 4°. – An das Sekretariat der „Nordischen Gesellschaft“ in Lübeck: „[...] I fear, however, that the benefits likely to ensue either to your Society or to me from the arrangement you suggest might be too slight for it to be worth our while to enter into a formal arrangement. My journalistic output is not now very considerable, and since virtually all of it is prepared for publication in ‚The Nation’, by no means all of it is of interest to European readers generally. Moreover, it would not in general be possible for me to let you have any article sufficiently long in advance of publication in this country for you to be able to arrange for its publication in daily newspapers in Europe until after it had already appeared here. Finally, I already have arrangements for publication of any articles which are suitable to the general European public in ‚Wirtschaftsdienst’, which, altough it is a weekly, might interfere with circulation in daily newspapers in Germany, and also with the ‚Neue Freie Presse’ of Vienna [...]“. – Kleine Faltspuren, sonst sehr wohlerhalten.


Keynes, John Maynard

Brief m. e. U.
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John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946), engl. Nationalökonom. Brief m. e. U., Bloomsbury, 22. Februar 1946, 1 Seite 8°. Gedruckte Adresse. An Lady Eady: „[…] I am off to the other side on Sunday. It is rather hard to make out from the telegrams whether Wilfrid will have started home before I get out. On the chance of his still being there, I have sent a message to say that I should very much like to see him in New York, if that turns out to be practicable […]”