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A Guide to Liberal Economics Books in the UK

The United Kingdom has a rich history of economic thought and scholarship, and there are many liberal economics books available that offer a wide range of perspectives on economic theory and policy. Here are some notable examples:

  1. "The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money" by John Maynard Keynes - This classic work, published in the UK in 1936, is considered one of the most influential books in economics. It can be found in many bookstores and libraries in the UK, including at the London School of Economics and Cambridge University.

  2. "The Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith - This classic work, published in Scotland in 1776, is considered the first book on economics. It can be found at the British Library and the National Library of Scotland.

  3. "The End of Alchemy: Money, Banking, and the Future of the Global Economy" by Mervyn King - This book, published in 2016, offers a new perspective on monetary policy and the role of central banking in the current global economy, it is also written by a former governor of the Bank of England.

  4. "The Economic Consequences of the Peace" by John Maynard Keynes - This book, published in 1919, critiques the Treaty of Versailles and argues that the harsh economic penalties imposed on Germany after World War I would lead to economic instability and social unrest. It can be found at the Imperial War Museum in London.

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