What's New in Economics?

What's New in Economics?

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Brings down to the second- and third-year undergraduate level the most important recent advances in the main branches of economics, both to supplement the reading of students doing specialist options in particular fields, and to give a broad overview of recent developments for the more general reader--undergraduate, graduate, or professional economist. Paper edition (3281-4), $19.95. Distributed in the US and Canada by St. Martin's. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORmodelled along lines suggested by Phillips (1958): the integration of a Phillips curve in the model allowed incomes policy to slip out of the ... of Fleming (1962) and Mundell (1963) and the ISILM framework was augmented by the BB curve depicting positions of a#39;external balancea#39;. ... (the so-called adaptive expectations assumption), while the causation continued to be read Phillipsa#39; way round: that is, fromanbsp;...

Title:What's New in Economics?
Author: John Maloney
Publisher:Manchester University Press - 1992

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