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What’s Right with Macroeconomics?

Edited by Robert Solow and Jean-Philippe Touffut

in Books from Edward Elgar Publishing

Abstract: Global crises are very rare events. After the Great Depression and the Great Stagflation, new macroeconomic paradigms associated with a new policy regime emerged. This book addresses how some macroeconomic ideas have failed, and examines which theories researchers should preserve and develop. It questions how the field of economics – still reeling from the global financial crisis initiated in the summer of 2007 – will respond.

Keywords: Economics and Finance (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: G0 E0 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2012
ISBN: 9781781007396
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Chapters in this book:

Ch 1 The fireman and the architect , pp 8-32 Downloads
Xavier Timbeau
Ch 2 Model comparison and robustness: a proposal for policy analysis after the financial crisis , pp 33-67 Downloads
Volker Wieland
Ch 3 The ‘hoc’ of international macroeconomics after the crisis , pp 68-89 Downloads
Giancarlo Corsetti
Ch 4 Try again, macroeconomists , pp 90-109 Downloads
Jean-Bernard Chatelain
Ch 5 Economic policies with endogenous innovation and Keynesian demand management , pp 110-148 Downloads
Giovanni Dosi, Giorgio Fagiolo, Mauro Napoletano and Andrea Roventini
Ch 6 Booms and busts: New Keynesian and behavioural explanations , pp 149-180 Downloads
Paul De Grauwe
Ch 7 The economics of the laboratory mouse: where do we go from here? , pp 181-194 Downloads
Xavier Ragot
Ch 8 Round table discussion: where is macro going? , pp 195-229 Downloads
Wendy Carlin, Robert J. Gordon and Robert Solow

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