159. F. P. Ramsey to Harrod , 18 April 1929 [a]
[Follows on from 158 ]
King's College, Cambridge #
18 April 1929
Do come and stay with us for a weekend. If the 18th is convenient to you it might be best as we have a feast then, and I don't suppose you'd mind bringing evening dress. But any other one would do quite well if you let me know fairly soon.
Your remarks on saving seem to me quite right. I can't say what effect raising the rate of interest ought to have on saving; it is too complicated, and also difficult to define what "more saving" would mean.
And what's [b] more important too is the effect it would have in practice, not supposing people to act so rationally.
Looking forward to seeing you
- a. ALS, two pages on one leaf, in HP IV-963-973; envelope addressed to Christ Church, but forwarded to 34, Campden Hill Gardens.
b. Ms: «whats».
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