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That is to say, the on level of aggregate consumption will depend income and, therefore, on the level of employment N, except when there is some change in the propensity to consume. we shall call its propensity to ch. 3 THE PRINCIPLE OF EFFECTIVE DEMAND 29 N which the entre(3) The amount of labour preneurs decide to employ depends on the sum (D) of two quantities, namely x , the amount which the community is expected to spend on consumption, and t , the amount which it is expected to devote to new is what we have called above the investment.
Thus the change in expectation may lead to a gradual crescendo in the level of employment, rising to a peak and then declining to the new long-period level. The same thing may occur even if the new long-period level is the same as the old, if the change represents a change in the direction of consumption which renders certain existing processes and their equipment obsolete. Or again, if the new long-period employment is less than the old, the level of employment during the transition may fall for a time below what the new long-period Thus a mere change in expectalevel is going to be.
Something similar is reneed to throw over quired to-day in economics. classical theorists in a non-Euclidean world — We ch. 2 POSTULATES OF THE CLASSICAL ECONOMICS 17 the second postulate of the classical doctrine and to work out the behaviour of a system in which involuntary unemployment in the strict sense is possible. In emphasising our point of departure from the system, we must not overlook an important For we shall maintain the first point of agreement. postulate as heretofore, subject only to the same qualifications as in the classical theory; and we must pause, for a moment, to consider what this involves.