Honeymoon destinations for Later, she became one of the important members of a group of young economists known as the Cambridge Circus, who regularly met for discussion, and played a significant role in the evolving drafts of John Maynard KEYNES' General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money (1936). She was a major figure in the Keynesian revolution and produced genuine expositions of Keynes' theory. Robinson turned her attention to the works of Karl MARX and, in her Essay on Marxian Economics (1942), she compares the economic analysis of Marx with modern economic theory. This was among the first serious studies of Marxian economics.
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Published in 1956, Robinson's masterwork, The Accumulation of Capital, sought to address the issues related to the long-term growth of income and capital”typical issues of concern within the classical tradition”in a Keynesian framework. This was followed by her work on the growth theory, which in conjunction with the works of Nicholas Kaldor, became known as the Cambridge Growth Theory. Robinson's work on capital, influenced by Piero SRAFFA (1960), exposed the problems arising from capital aggregation, and its serious ramifications for the neoclassical marginal productivity theory of distribution. Honeymoon destinations 2016.