Introduction to Macroeconomic Theory
This is a textbook of macroeconomic theory and politics from a post-Keynesian perspective. The function of the macroeconomic system is explained in a straightforward way. The text is deliberately designed to be simple and pedagogical and is supported by a number of illustrative diagrams. Mathematics is reduced to an absolute minimum and put into separate text boxes.
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