Introduction. Chapter 1: The Apostle Maynard. Chapter 2: Citizen Keynes. Chapter 3: Snap, Old Maid, and Musical Chairs. Chapter 4: The Reckoning. Chapter 5: Raising a Dust. Chapter 6: Animal Spirits. Chapter 7: Game Players. Chapter 8: Searching for Stunners. Chapter 9: Safety First. Chapter 10: Leaning Into the Wind. Chapter 11: Being Quiet. Chapter 12: Eggs in One Basket. Chapter 13: A Sense of Proportion. Chapter 14: Post Mortem. Notes. Index. Acknowledgments. About the Author.
Justyn Walsh is a Director at investment bank Renaissance Capital and is based in London and Moscow. Prior to his career in investment banking, he worked as a corporate lawyer and financial journalist. Keynes and the Market is his first book.
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