"The goodwilling outsider. The correspondence between Keynes and Harrod", in M. C. Marcuzzo and A. Rosselli, eds., Economists in Cambridge. A Study of their Correspondence, London: Routledge, pp. 92-118.

Excerpt from D. E. Moggridge, "Cabridge before email" (Review of Marcuzzo & Rosselli, Economists in Cambridge)

"Daniele Besomi brings out clearly Harrod's peripheral role in the development of The General Theory and argues convincingly that there is a marked difference between Harrod's discussion of Keynes's system at the Oxford meeting of the Econometric Society in September 1936 and the IS-LM papers by Hicks and Meade, thus casting doubt on the existing literature."