Macroeconomic Foundations Of Macroeconomics

Author: Alvaro Cencini
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134382235
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Both nationally and internationally, there are economic laws that are logically independent of economic agents’ behaviour. These are the macroeconomic foundations of macroeconomics.

Methodological Foundations Of Macroeconomics

Author: Alessandro Vercelli
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521392945
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This book is an investigation of the methodological and epistemological foundations of macroeconomic theory, based on an examination of the theories of Keynes and Lucas.

Foundations Of Macroeconomics

Author: Frederick S. Brooman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351519360
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The book covers every aspect of economic theory dealing with the determination of total output and employment, the general price level, and the rate of economic growth.

A Search Equilibrium Approach To The Micro Foundations Of Macroeconomics

Author: Peter A. Diamond
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 9780262040761
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Having presented a specific simple model of search equilibrium, I will devote this
lecture to making the case that a search framework is a promising one for an
integration of micro- and macroeconomics. I will compare search equilibrium with
the rational-expectations approach to business cycles pioneered by Robert
Lucas (1972; Lucas and Sargent 1981); I will also discuss the compatibility of the
search-equilibrium approach with attempts to find a micro basis for the sticky
prices and ...

The Microeconomic Foundations Of Macroeconomics

Author: G C Harcourt
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1349032360
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Foundations. of. Macroeconomics”. E. Malinvaud and Y. Younès INSEE, P A R IS
and C E PR E M A P, P A R IS INTRODUCTION It is by now widely accepted that
the general competitive equilibrium does not provide the appropriate foundation
for the macroeconomic theory of employment or for the study of decentralised
transactions that react to some public macro-decisions. But we have no
alternative accepted microeconomic model that would provide such a foundation.
Important ...