Initial Reflections on today’s exchange.

I had a great discussion/exchange of views today with my friend and colleague in the English and Humanities Department, Mich Niyawalo, on The Economic Consequences of the Peace. I can say quite honestly that I learned a bit from Mich's presentation and our conversation afterwards. Professor Niyawalo will be providing me with a written text … Continue reading Initial Reflections on today’s exchange.

Reading The Economic Consequences of the Peace: Keynes as Political Economist or Albert Einstein in the Patent Office.

  Chip Poirot, Professor of Economics, Shawnee State University. Outline of remarks intended for presentation at Shawnee State University’s “Faculty Festival of Achievement”, February 19, 2018. Students or others who are unfamiliar with some of the events, people and ideas may wish to explore these in more detail. I have bolded terms that may be … Continue reading Reading The Economic Consequences of the Peace: Keynes as Political Economist or Albert Einstein in the Patent Office.

Chapter 3 of the Economic Consequences: Wilson vs. Clemenceau.

In Chapter 3 of the Economic Consequences of the Peace Keynes sets forth his analysis of why President Woodrow Wilson failed to gain acceptance of his Fourteen Points. Put simply, perhaps even a bit simplistically, Keynes' explanation is that Wilson was simply not prepared, given his overall temperament, to confront the more polished, persistent, and … Continue reading Chapter 3 of the Economic Consequences: Wilson vs. Clemenceau.

Announcing: The Economic Consequences of the Peace. An Exchange.

A colleague of mine and I in the English and Humanities Department at my University (Shawnee State University) will be working on a project on John Maynard Keynes' "The Economic Consequences of the Peace." We are starting with an exchange during an event sponsored annually at my University called "Faculty Festival of Achievement". I will … Continue reading Announcing: The Economic Consequences of the Peace. An Exchange.