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macroeconomics ; a clear, comprehensive survey of the current state of comparative static macroeconomic theory

By: Language: English Series: the harbrace series in business and economics | baumol, william j. (ed.) | massy, william f. (ed.) | mautz, robert k. (ed.) | et alPublication details: new york, chicago, san francisco : harcourt brace jovanovich 1972Edition: 1. edDescription: xv, 425 ppISBN:
  • 0-15-551255-2
Contents:
from the table of contents: preface; the microfoundations of macroeconomics: the unity of economic theory; the labor market; the commodity market; the money market; the bond market; neoclassical macroeconomics: the complete macroeconomic model; the influence of monetary phenomena; the influence of real phenomena; government. monetary and fiscal policy; neo-keynesian macroeconomics: complications in the labor market. illusions and rigidities; complications in the commodity market. rigidities, illusions, and inelasticities; complications in the bond and money markets. the liquidity trap; hicksian is/lm analysis; successive approximations to income determination; keynes versus the classics; macroeconomic disequilibrium; an epilogue on wage-price policies;
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Loanable Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) Book 6131-A+a Available IHS101926807

from the table of contents: preface; the microfoundations of macroeconomics: the unity of economic theory; the labor market; the commodity market; the money market; the bond market; neoclassical macroeconomics: the complete macroeconomic model; the influence of monetary phenomena; the influence of real phenomena; government. monetary and fiscal policy; neo-keynesian macroeconomics: complications in the labor market. illusions and rigidities; complications in the commodity market. rigidities, illusions, and inelasticities; complications in the bond and money markets. the liquidity trap; hicksian is/lm analysis; successive approximations to income determination; keynes versus the classics; macroeconomic disequilibrium; an epilogue on wage-price policies;

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