A Macroeconomics Reader
Brian Snowdon, Howard Vane
Taylor & Francis, May 3, 2002 - Business & Economics - 688 pages
A Macroeconomics Reader brings together a collection of key readings in modern macroeconomics. Each article has been carefully chosen to provide the reader with accessible, non-technical, and reflective papers which critically assess important areas and current controversies within modern macroeconomics.
The book is divided into six parts, each with a separate introduction highlighting the relevance of the ensuing articles. The areas covered include: Keynes's General Theory, Keynesian economics and the Keynesian revolution; monetarism; rational expectations and new classical macroeconomics; real business cycle approaches: New Keynesian economics: economic growth.
This book will be an essential guide for students and lecturers in the field of macroeconomics as well as those interested in the history of economic thought.
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