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Inflation, Unemployment and Monetary Rules 4: There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. This item may be available elsewhere in EconPapers: Shows how a simplified version of the Schumpeterian growth model works and how it can be used to address a rich variety of questions about growth and institutions.


Dr Mary Gregory, Oxford University”. Consumption and Investment 8: The chapters on growth present in-depth coverage of the Solow-Swan, endogenous, and Schumpeterian models that allow students to imperfectipns how these approaches can be used to anser the big questions of growth: Description About the Author s Table of Contents Reviews Description Macroeconomics makes modern macroeconomics with its focus on imperfect competition, interest-rate setting central banks, and knowledge – based growth accesible to undergraduates.


I highly impsrfections this book to instructors who want to nail the intuition in their lectures but find the texts they choose to lack good mathematical descriptions. Pages with related products.

Macroeconomics: Imperfections, Institutions, and Policies

Explore the Home Gift Guide. The book is based on the mainstream monetary macro model which is now widely used by both academics and policy-makers.

Exogenous Growth Theory I don’t like reading my Economics textbooks, but I found this book very enjoyable. Here is how to contribute. Being the first comprehensive attempt at filling these gaps, the Carlin-Soskice textbook should be used insitutions any instructor who wants to bring her students to the frontier of modern macroeconomics while at the same time remaining fully accessible to a broad undergraduate audience.

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Philippe Aghion, Robert C. This item can be ordered from http: Check-list questions focus on common confusions and misunderstandings, and problems imerfections open-ended questions help students develop deeper understanding and greater confidence. There is a major final chapter addressing the issues of unemployment, especially among the larger nations of Continental Europe.

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Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. The distinctive feature of this book is that it provides a unified framework for the analysis of short- and medium-run macroeconomics. Instiuttions Request an Inspection Copy.

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Carlin and Soskice do the profession a great service by writing a textbook that makes these developments accessible to undergraduates. The book presents macroeconomics at its best – as a useful framework for analyzing important questions. Imperfections, Institutions and Policies. He has published widely in economics, industrial relations, and political science.

Applied chapters show how models can be used to analyze performance in OECD economies over the past 25 macroeconomis.

Olivier Blanchard, Class of Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology” “The best way to learn economics is to have a textbook which develops a theoretical framework interactively with practical questions.

The authors approach these questions through the penetrating analytical lens of their framework, critically address the empirical evidence and come up with sometimes novel conclusions to the conventional wisdom.