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Money, employment and inflation

Money, employment and inflation (7회 대출)

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Barro, Robert J. Grossman, Herschel I. (Herschel Ivan) joint author.
서명 / 저자사항
Money, employment and inflation / [by] Robert J. Barro [and] Herschel I. Grossman.
발행사항
Cambridge ;   New York :   Cambridge University Press,   [1976].  
형태사항
xii, 263 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0521209064
일반주기
Includes index.  
서지주기
Bibliography: p. [259]-263.
일반주제명
Macroeconomics.
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로버트 J. 배로(지은이)

1944년 미국에서 태어났다. 1965년 캘리포니아 공과대학에서 물리학을 공부하고, 1970년 하버드 대학 경제학 박사를 거쳐 브라운 대학 조교수와 부교수, 시카고 대학 교수, UCLA 교환교수, 로체스터 대학 우수 교수, 스탠포드 대학 후버연구소 연구위원, 하버드 대학 교수, 주요 경제학 논문지 편집위원 등을 지냈다. 현재 하버드 대학 와거너 석좌교수로 재직하고 있으면서, 미국 경제학회 부회장, 미국 경제연구원 연구위원, 후버연구소 원로 연구위원, 로체스터 센터 경제연구소 연구위원, 월 스트리트 저널의 기고가, 부루킹 연구소 원로 자문위원, 몽 페롤랭 소사이어티 회원, 미국 의회 예산청 경제자문위원, 주요 경제학 논문지 편집위원, 한국 포항제철 연구소 연구위원 등으로 활동하고 있다.

Herschel I. Grossman(지은이)

정보제공 : Aladin

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CONTENTS
Preface = xi
Introduction = 1
1 The basic model = 7
 1.1 The essentials of the basic model = 7
 1.2 The behavior of firms, households, and government in the basic model = 10
  1.2.1 The firms = 10
  1.2.2 The households = 11
   Mathematical note = 16
  1.2.3 Government = 17
 1.3 Comparative-statics analysis in the basic model = 18
  1.3.1 Market-clearing conditions = 18
  1.3.2 The supply and demand for money balances = 22
  1.3.3 The effects of exogenous disturbances = 23
   Mathematical note = 29
 1.4. Dynamic analysis in the basic model = 30
  1.4.1 The market process in the basic model = 30
  1.4.2 Wage and price adjustment relations = 32
  1.4.3 The dynamics of exogenous disturbances = 34
   Mathematical note = 36
2 Output and employment under non-market-clearing conditions = 38
 2.1 Exchange under non-market-clearing conditions = 38
 2.2 The general excess supply case = 41
  2.2.1 The behavior of firms under excess supply of commodities = 41
  2.2.2 The behavior of households under excess supply of labor services = 45
   Mathematical note = 53
  2.2.3 The determination of output and employment under general excess supply = 54
  2.2.4 The liquidity constraint = 62
 2.3 The general excess demand case = 68
  2.3.1 The behavior of firms under excess demand for labor services = 68
  2.3.2 The behavior of households under excess demand for commodities = 69
   Mathematical note = 78
  2.3.3 The determination of output and employment under general excess demand = 79
 2.4 Output and employment in general = 87
  2.4.1 Effective market-clearing loci = 87
  2.4.2 Iso-employment loci = 92
 2.5 Dynamic analysis in the absence of recontracting = 94
  2.5.1 Wage and price adjustment relations = 95
  2.5.2 The dynamics of exogenous disturbances = 97
   Mathematical note = 99
3 Capital, financial assets, and the rate of return = 101
 3.1 The framework for analyzing capital and financial assets = 101
 3.2 Capital, financial assets, and the behavior of firms, households, and government = 106
  3.2.1 The behavior of firms = 106
  3.2.2 The behavior of households : optimal transactions frequency and money holding = 109
  3.2.3 The behavior of households : labor supply, consumption demand, and saving = 113
   Mathematical note = 118
  3.2.4 The behavior of government = 119
 3.3 Investment and the rate of return under market-clearing conditions = 120
  3.3.1 Market-clearing conditions = 120
  3.3.2 Comparative-statics analysis under market-clearing conditions = 124
  3.3.3 The effects of fiscal policy = 127
  3.3.4 The effects of monetary policy = 130
  3.3.5 Growth of the capital stock = 135
 3.4 Investment and the rate of return under excess supply of labor services and commodities = 137
  3.4.1 The behavior of firms under excess supply of commodities = 137
  3.4.2 The behavior of households under excess supply of labor services = 140
   Mathematical note = 146
  3.4.3 The determination of output, employment and the rate of return under general excess supply = 146
  3.4.4 Comparative-statics analysis under general excess supply = 151
4 Inflation and rates of return = 154
 4.1 Rates of return and expected rates of price and wage change = 154
 4.2 Expected price changes and firm and household behavior = 156
  4.2.1 The behavior of firms = 157
  4.2.2 The behavior of households : optimal transactions frequency and money holding = 158
  4.2.3 The behavior of households : labor supply, consumption demand, and saving = 162
 4.3 Comparative-statics effect of expected price changes = 166
  4.3.1 Market-clearing conditions = 166
  4.3.2 Comparative-statics analysis = 170
   Mathematical note = 175
 4.4 Dynamic analysis of inflation, expected inflation, and rates of return = 177
  4.4.1 Adaptive expectations = 177
  4.4.2 The price adjustment relation with expected price changes = 178
  4.4.3 Dynamic effects of monetary policy = 179
   Mathematical note = 186
5 Inflation and unemployment = 188
 5.1 Wage inflation, underemployment, and unemployment in a single labor market = 188
  5.1.1 Wage inflation and underemployment = 189
  5.1.2 Unemployment = 189
 5.2 Wage inflation and unemployment with heterogeneous labor = 191
  5.2.1 The rate of average wage inflation = 193
  5.2.2 The aggregate level of unemployment = 194
 5.3 Asymmetrical wage response = 197
 5.4 Gradual adjustment of measured unemployment = 199
 5.5 Unemployment, wage inflation, and inflationary expectations = 202
  5.5.1 Clockwise cycles and accelerating inflation = 204
  5.5.2 The dominant cyclical pattern = 209
6 The dvnamics of aggregate demand = 211
 6.1 Gradual adjustment of money balances = 211
  Mathematical note = 215
 6.2 Gradual adjustment of effective commodity demand = 217
  Mathematical note = 221
 6.3 Adaptive expectations = 223
  6.3.1 Permanent income = 224
  6.3.2 The disposition of transitory income = 227
  6.3.3 Speculative demand for money = 228
 6.4 Gradual clearing of the financial asset market = 230
  Mathematical note = 235
7 Output and employment with wage and price speculation = 238
 7.1 The framework of wage and price speculation = 238
 7.2 Wage and price speculation by households = 239
  7.2.1 The employment-acceptance decision = 240
  7.2.2 Consumption demand = 243
 7.3 The determination of output and employment = 244
  7.3.1 Market-clearing conditions = 245
  7.3.2 The effect of monetary contraction = 246
  7.3.3 Quits and layoffs = 248
  7.3.4 The cyclical pattern of real wage rates = 250
  7.3.5 The cyclical behavior of consumption and the demand multiplier = 251
  7.3.6 The effects of monetary expansion = 252
 7.4 Wage and price speculation by firms = 253
  7.4.1 Labor demand and output supply = 253
  7.4.2 Output and employment = 255
References = 259
Index of names = 264


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