This volume brings together Keynes's writings in a number of fields. It includes a full account of his experience as an investor, both for himself and for others, combined with a selection from his correspondence and memoranda on investment in which he tried to expound his beliefs to others. Also included are his writings on commodities, his early lecture notes on money and a selection of his correspondence as editor of the Economic Journal and a referee for the Macmillan Company.
1. Keynes as an investor; 2. Investment policy and insurance; 3. Commodities; 4. The tithe; 5. Keynes's early lectures; 6. Editor and referee.