Keynesianismo

By Ane0611
  • J.M Keynes

    J.M Keynes
    Dates: 1883/06/05 - 1946/04/21
    Ocupation: Economist
    Notable achievements:
    Companion of the Order of the Bath
    Fellow of the British Academy
    Fellow of the Econometric Society
    Adam Smith Award (1909)
  • Joan Robinson

    Joan Robinson
    Dates: 1903/10/31 - 1983/08/05
    Ocupation: Economist and university professor
    Notable achievements: His first contributions in economics were in the area of imperfect competition, opposing a variant of the neoclassical-Marshallian tradition that dichotomized economics into perfect competition or absolute monopoly. Robinson participated as a collaborator in Keynes' greatest work: The General Theory of Occupation, Interest and Money receiving the author’s recognition in the prologue to the work.
  • Richard Kahn

    Richard Kahn
    Dates: 1905/08/10 - 1989/06/06
    Ocupation: Economic advisor to the British government, Professor of economics
    Notable achievements: Commander of the Order of the British Empire Baron of Hampstead title
  • John Kenneth Galbraith

    John Kenneth Galbraith
    Dates: 1908/10/15 - 2006/04/29
    Ocupation: Economist, diplomat, politician, university professor and essayist
    Notable achievements: Presidential Medal of the Freedom
  • James Tobin

    James Tobin
    Dates: 1918/03/05 - 2002/03/11
    Ocupation: American Keynesian economist.
    Notable achievements: He was awarded the Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in memory of Alfred Nobel in 1981.
  • Susan George

    Susan George
    Dates: 1934/06/29 - ?
    Ocupation: Political scientist, economist, sociologist, academic, philosopher and writer.
    Notable achievements: Democracy in Europe Movement 2025
  • Politics-economy

    Politics-economy
    1940 World War II: Adolf Hitler at the height of his power. Nazi Germany unleashes the Blitzkrieg against Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and France
  • Science

    Science
    The first transposons are discovered in maize (Zea mays, aka corn) by Barbara McClintock.
  • Science

    Science
    The antibiotic dactinomycin (actinomycin D) is first isolated by Selman Waksman and H. Boyd Woodruff at Rutgers University.
  • First Nuclear Reactor

    First Nuclear Reactor
    Chicago Pile-1 was constructed by a team led by Italian physicist Enrico Ferm
  • Art

    Art
    Dream caused by the flight of a bee around a pomegranate a second before waking up is a famous painting by the Spanish painter Salvador Dalí made in 1944
  • Period: to

    Cold War

    Cold War, the open yet restricted rivalry that developed after World War II between the United States and the Soviet Union and their respective allies
  • Sport

    Sport
    World Chess Championship 1948, The XIII Summer Olympics in London are canceled due to World War II. (1944)
  • Science

    Science
    The first credit card was created
  • Science

    Science
    The first radar was invented
  • Sport

    Sport
    The USSR first participated at the Olympic Games in
  • Politics-economy

    Politics-economy
    Stalin’s death - 1953
  • Art

    Art
    The 1953 Academy Awards become the first televised installment
  • Paul Krugman

    Paul Krugman
    Dates: 1953/02/28 - ?
    Ocupation: Columnist, economist, essayist, blogger, university professor, commentator, journalist and writer.
    Notable achievements: Commemorative Nobel Prize in Economics
  • Angela Merkel

    Angela Merkel
    Dates: 1954/07/17 - ?
    Ocupation: Physical chemistry
    Notable achievements: Federal Chancellor of Germany since 2005
  • Lars Pålsson Syll

    Lars Pålsson Syll
    Dates: 1957/11/05 - ?
    Ocupation: Professor of Social Studies and Associate professor of Economic History at Malmö University College.
    Notable achievements: He has been a prominent contributor to the economic debate in Sweden during the global financial crisis that began in 2008
  • Sport:

    Sport:
    The Soviet Union (USSR) competed at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, Italy
  • Construction of Berlin Wall (Ge)

    Construction of Berlin Wall (Ge)
    The Berlin Wall was built in order to prevent more people from leaving East Germany behind to enter capitalism. The night began in August 1961, when a temporary wall was erected.
  • Art

    Art
    Coventry Cathedral was built
  • Politics-economy:

    Politics-economy:
    John F. Kennedy is assassinated
  • Politics-economy

    Politics-economy
    I HAVE A DREAM’ DE MARTIN Luther KING
  • Science

    Science
    Luna 9 is launched
  • Thomas Piketty

    Thomas Piketty
    Dates: 1971/05/07 - ?
    Ocupation: Economist, university professor, writer and screenwriter
    Notable achievements:

    Honorary Doctorate, University of Johannesburg - 2015
    Medalla Rectoral, Universidad de Chile - 2015
    Yrjö Jahnsson Award - 2013
    Prix du meilleur jeune économiste de France - 2002
  • Science

    Science
    The TAC is created
  • Sport

    Sport
    At the Olympic Games in Munich, the Palestinian terrorist group «Black September» caused the death of nine Israeli athletes.
  • Art

    Art
    The first home video game console Magnavox Odyssey comes on the market
  • Art

    Art
    Construction of New York Twin Towers completed
  • Oil Crisis

    Oil Crisis
    The 1973 oil crisis began on October 16, following the decision of the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries with members of the Persian Gulf of OPEC not to export any more oil to the countries that had supported Israel during the Yom Kippur war, which pitted Israel against Syria and Egypt. This included the United States and its Western European allies.
  • Politics-economy

    Politics-economy
    Argentina’s President Juan Domingo Perón dies
  • Sport

    Sport
    The USSR became the host nation for the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow.
  • Art

    Art
    The book of the name of the rose by Umberto Eco is written
  • Art

    Art
    The first videoconference is held
  • Science

    Science
    Chernobyl disaster
  • Perestroika and Glasnot (URSS):

    Perestroika and Glasnot (URSS):
    Perestroika, concerned with the economic restructuring of the Soviet Union, on the contrary glásnost concentrated on liberalizing the political system
  • Politics-economy

    Politics-economy
    Fall of the Berlin Wall
  • Berlin Wall Fall

    Berlin Wall Fall
    The fall of the Berlin Wall was a popular revolt in the capital of East Germany, East Berlin, on 9 November 1989, as a result of which the defensive fortifications of that country that prevented free transit with the American, British and French sectors of occupation of Berlin, and the de facto open border were demolished.