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Liquiddity Preference Theory - May 27th, 2009

here is the Liquidity preference theory or
The Keynesian Theory as it is famously known
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Re: Liquiddity Preference Theory - January 19th, 2016

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here is the Liquidity preference theory or
The Keynesian Theory as it is famously known
As we know this theory is developed by Maynard Keynes in his book The General Theory of Employment and liquidity preference actually refers to demand for funds. well vicky, my presentation will explain you this theory in more detail.
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