Inflation, Unemployment and Money: Interpretations of the Phillips Curve

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E. Elgar, Jan 1, 1998 - Business & Economics - 164 pages
This text presents a reconstruction of the different interpretations of the Phillips curve. It demonstrates, through in-depth analysis, how it is possible to find non-neoclassical foundations in the trade-off between inflation and unemployment. The debate is presented from a historical perspective which charts the evolution of the Phillips curve from a non-neoclassical perspective, taking account of post-Keynesian literature.

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Contents

List of Figures and Tables
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Keynesians and Monetarists on the Phillips curve
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Neoclassical interpretations of the Phillips curve and
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