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Macroeconomics and new macroeconomics

Macroeconomics and new macroeconomics (2회 대출)

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Felderer, B. (Bernhard) Homburg, Stefan, 1961-.
서명 / 저자사항
Macroeconomics and new macroeconomics / Bernhard Felderer, Stefan Homburg.
발행사항
Berlin :   Springer-Verlag,   c1987.  
형태사항
xiii, 329 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
038716961X (U.S.) :
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Translation of: Makrookonomik und neue Makrookonomik. 2nd corr. ed. 1985.  
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Includes bibliography(p. [317]-322)and index.
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Macroeconomics.
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CONTENTS
Definitions of Variables = 1
Part One. Fundamentals
 Chapter Ⅰ. Some Methodological Considerations = 5
  1 Economic Theories = 5
  2 Economic Models = 6
  3 Methods = 7
  4 Equilibrium and Disequilibrium. Stability = 7
  5 Statics, Comparative Statics, and Dynamics = 9
  6 Ex Post versus Ex Ante Analysis = 10
  7 Partial versus Total Analysis. The Ceteris Paribus Clause = 10
  8 Microeconomics versus Macroeconomics = 11
 Chapter Ⅱ. A Historical Survey = 13
  9 The Predecessors = 13
  10 The Classical Economists = 14
  11 The Neoclassical Economists = 15
  12 From KEYNES to the Present = 17
  Further Reading = 18
 Chapter Ⅲ. National Income Accounting = 19
  13 The Economy as a Circular Flow = 19
  14 The Circular Flow-Model of FRANCOIS QUESNAY = 20
  15 The System of Income Accounts = 21
  16 Notions of Income in the System of Income Accounts = 24
Part Two. Macroeconomics
 17 Introduction to Part Two = 31
 Chapter Ⅳ. The Classical Theory = 33
  18 The Classical Vision. Plan of the Chapter = 33
  19 Production Functions = 35
  20 The Firms = 38
  21 The Households = 45
  22 The Labor Market = 48
  23 The Capital Market = 50
  24 The Commodity Market = 51
  25 The Quantity Theory of Money = 53
  26 Say's Law = 58
  27 The Classical Model = 59
  28 Digression : Walras' Model = 62
  29 Conclusion = 66
  Further Reading = 67
 Chapter Ⅴ. The Keynesian Theory = 69
  30 The Crisis = 69
  31 The "General Theory" and Its Interpreters = 70
  32 The Effective Demand = 72
  33 Consumption Demand = 73
  34 Investment Demand = 78
  35 The Income-Expenditure Model = 80
  36 The Simple Multiplier = 83
  37 The Markets for Money and Bonds. The LM Curve = 85
  38 The Capital Market. The IS Curve = 92
  39 The IS/LM Model = 94
  40 The Complete Keynesian Model = 97
  41 First Scenario : The Investment Trap = 101
  42 Second Scenario : The Liquidity Trap = 105
  43 An Under-employment Equilibrium with a Flexible Real Wage? = 108
  44 Third Scenario : Sticky Wages = 109
  45 Conclusion = 112
  Further Reading = 113
 Chapter Ⅵ. Political Implications : A Comparison = 115
  46 The Role of Government. Goals and Means of Economic Policy = 115
  47 Fiscal Policy = 117
  48 Fiscal Policy in the Classical Case = 118
  49 Fiscal Policy in the Complete Keynesian Case = 121
  50 Fiscal Policy with an Investment or Liquidity Trap = 126
  51 Fiscal Policy with Sticky Wages = 129
  52 The Concept of Counter-cyclical Fiscal Policy = 130
  53 Monetary Policy = 133
  54 Monetary Policy in the Classical Case = 134
  55 Monetary Policy in the Complete Keynesian Case = 134
  56 Monetary Policy with an Investment or Liquidity Trap = 135
  57 Monetary Policy with Sticky Wages = 137
  58 Conclusion = 138
  Further Reading = 138
Part Three. New Macroeconomics
 59 Introduction to Part Three = 141
 Chapter Ⅶ. The Real-Balance Effect = 143
  60 A Criticism of Classical Monetary Theory = 143
  61 A Criticism of Keynesian Monetary Theory = 148
  62 Conclusion = 151
  Further Reading = 152
 Chapter Ⅷ. The Theory of Portfolio Selection = 153
  63 Microeconomic Foundations = 153
  64 Macroeconomic Applications = 161
  65 Conclusion = 168
  Further Reading = 170
 Chapter Ⅸ. Monetarism = 171
  66 The Theoretical Foundations, or : Monetarism versus Keynesianism = 172
  67 The Empirical Investigations, or : Monetarism versus Fiscalism = 180
  68 The Political Inferences, or : Monetarism versus Activism = 183
  69 Conclusion = 184
  Further Reading = 185
 Chapter Ⅹ. New Classical Economics = 187
  70 Expectations and Rational Expectations = 188
  71 The Pmllips-Curve. Stagflation = 191
  72 The New Classical Vision = 196
  73 The New Classical Model = 197
  74 Political Inferences = 200
  75 Conclusion = 205
  Further Reading = 208
 Chapter XI. Neokeynesian Theory = 209
  76 The Evolution of Neokeynesian Economics = 209
  77 The Dual Decision Hypothesis = 212
  78 The Logic of the Fix Price-Method = 218
  79 A Reconsideration of the Consumption Function = 225
  80 The Neokeynesian Model = 229
  81 Political Inferences = 240
  82 Walras' Law with Quantity Constraints = 245
  83 Conclusion = 247
  Further Reading = 249
Mathematical Appendix
 Introduction = 253
 1. Calculus of Functions of a Single Variable = 255
  1.1 Functions of a Single Variable = 255
  1.2 Derivatives = 255
  1.3 Taylor's Theorem = 258
  1.4 Differentials = 260
  1.5 Concavity and Convexity = 261
  1.6 Maxima and Minima = 263
  1.7 Profit Maximization = 265
 2. Linear Algebra = 267
  2.1 Vectors = 267
  2.2 Matrices and Determinants = 268
  2.3 Simultaneous Linear Equations = 271
  2.4 Characteristic Value Problems = 273
  2.5 Quadratic Forms = 274
 3. Calculus of Functions of Several Variables = 277
  3.1 Functions of Several Variables = 277
  3.2 Partial Derivatives. Gradients = 277
  3.3 Chain Rule = 279
  3.4 Taylor's Theorem = 281
  3.5 Partial and Total Differentials = 282
  3.6 Concavity and Convexity = 283
  3.7 Maxima and Minima = 284
  3.8 Maxima and Minima under Constraints = 286
  3.9 Profit Maximization = 288
 4. Implicit Functions = 291
  4.1 Explicit and Implicit Functions = 291
  4.2 Implicit Differentiation with Two Variables = 292
  4.3 Implicit Function Theorem = 293
  4.4 The Slope of Equilibrium Loci = 294
  4.5 Properties of Demand Functions = 298
  4.6 Fiscal Policy in the Keynesian Model = 300
 5. Ordinary Differential Equations = 303
  5.1 Function Equations and Functional Equations = 303
  5.2 Solution of a Linear Differential Equation = 304
  5.3 Stability of a Market = 305
  5.4 Solution of Simultaneous Differential Equations = 307
  5.5 Stability of the IS/LM Model = 312
  5.6 Stability of the Neokeynesian Model = 313
  Further Reading = 315
Bibliography = 317
Author Index = 323
Subject Index = 325


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