Keynesowska koncepcja popytu na siłę roboczą
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The article deals witli the problem of demand lor labour in the light ot J. M. Keynes' General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, which is not interpreted in a uniform way in the literature. The author of this article tries to show that the problem was not presented in the above book in an explicit manner. Alongside an original Keynes' approach according to which demand for labour is determinaed by size of the effective demand for goods, we can also find in General theory' an acceptance of a neoclassical approach treating demand for labour as a function of real wages. The author tries to prove that the neoclassical approach plays a secondary role in Keynes’ overall theoretical system, and its acceptance by Keynes is due to the fact that the author of General Theory could not free himsell from neoclassical „common wisdoms".