His Contribution to the Theory of the Trade Cycle (1950), a multiplier-accelerator model of business cycles, also enjoyed modest success.
When Capital and Growth was published in 1965, Hicks tried to provide a theory of growth that featured a microeconomic foundation of macroeconomics.
As you will see from the Table of Contents (information below), I think we have been fairly generous in how much of the mainstream material, which we see as having no analytical veracity or policy relevance, we have included.
This Chapter is about IS-LM analysis, a framework we also reject outright.
However, so much of his prestigious output has been rapidly absorbed into the main body of economic analysis that the Hicksian origin of much of contemporary theory has become obscured.