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Intertemporal macroeconomics

Intertemporal macroeconomics

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Azariadis, Costas.
Title Statement
Intertemporal macroeconomics / Costas Azariadis.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Oxford, UK ;   Cambridge, USA :   Blackwell,   1993.  
Physical Medium
xix, 504 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN
1557863660 (acid-free paper)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [480]-486) and indexes.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Macroeconomics.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Foreword = xi
Acknowledgments = xv
User's Guide = xvii
Part Ⅰ Discrete Dynamical Systems(written with the collaboration of Angel de la Fuente) = 1
 1 Introduction to Part Ⅰ = 3
  1.1 Overview = 3
  1.2 Dynamical Systems, Difference Equations, and Boundary-Value Problems = 6
  1.3 Autonomous Systems = 9
  1.4 Steady States, Periodic Equilibria, and Stability = 11
 2 Scalar Linear Equations = 14
  2.1 The Homogeneous Equation = 14
  2.2 Autonomous Equations = 18
  2.3 Non-autonomous Equations = 19
 3 Stockmarket Bubbles = 25
  3.1 Price Dynamics with Adaptive Expectations = 25
  3.2 Price Dynamics with Perfect Foresight = 27
  3.3 Dividend Taxes = 30
 4 Linear Systems = 33
  4.1 Homogeneous Systems = 34
  4.2 Autonomous Systems = 38
  4.3 Phase Diagrams for Linear Systems = 42
  4.4 Non-autonomous Systems = 44
 5 Exchange-Rate Overshooting = 46
 6 Nonlinear Systems = 52
  6.1 Introduction = 52
  6.2 Geometric Properties = 53
  6.3 Stability of Equilibria = 58
  6.4 Stability of Planar Systems = 62
 7 The Structure of Growth Models = 68
  7.1 Introduction = 68
  7.2 Descriptive Growth = 69
  7.3 Optimal Growth = 72
  7.4 Overlapping Generations: Scalar Systems = 75
  7.5 Overlapping Generations: Planar Systems = 78
 8 Periodic Equilibria and Bifurcations = 85
  8.1 Periodic Equilibria = 85
  8.2 A Parametric Example = 88
  8.3 Bifurcations of Equilibrium = 90
  8.4 Strange Attractors and Chaos = 104
 9 Endogenous Fluctuations = 109
  9.1 Business Cycles = 110
 9.2 Increasing Returns and Growth Cycles = 114
  9.3 Malthusian Fertility Cycles = 116
 Technical Appendices = 119
  A.1 Linear Algebra = 119
  A.2 Difference Equations = 127
  A.3 Ordinary Differential Equations = 131
  A.4 Periodicity in Continuous Time = 136
  A.5 Bifurcations and Catastrophe = 140
  Bibliography = 160
  Questions = 164
Part Ⅱ Intertemporal Allocation = 171
 10 Introduction to Part Ⅱ = 173
 11 Exchange Equilibrium = 175
  11.1 Inside Money = 175
  11.2 Foreign Lending and Borrowing = 180
  11.3 Credit Rationing = 182
 12 Intertemporal Optimality = 187
 13 Neoclassical Growth Theory = 195
  13.1 The Overlapping Generations Model = 195
  13.2 Welfare Issues = 204
  13.3 Adjustment Costs = 206
  13.4 Optimal Economic Growth = 210
  13.5 Elastic Labor Supply and Hopf Cycles = 212
 14 Economic Development = 219
  14.1 The Sources of Economic Growth = 219
  14.2 Demographic Factors = 225
  14.3 Technical Progress = 227
  14.4 Human Capital = 228
  14.5 Increasing Returns = 231
  14.6 The Role of Financial Markets = 238
 15 Advanced Topics = 245
  15.1 Intertemporal Optimality = 245
  15.2 Altruistic Households: Pure Exchange = 247
  15.3 Altruistic Households: Growth = 251
  15.4 The Taxation of Factor Incomes = 255
  15.5 Two-Sector Growth Theory = 258
 16 Summing Up = 269
  Technical Appendix = 272
  Bibliography = 274
  Questions = 280
Part Ⅲ National Debt and Fiscal Policy = 287
 17 Introduction to Part Ⅲ = 289
 18 Balanced Policies = 291
  18.1 Social Security = 291
  18.2 Balanced Budgets = 296
 19 Deficits in Exchange Economies = 303
  19.1 Ricardian Equivalence = 303
  19.2 Sustainable Policies = 308
  19.3 Budget Deficits and the National Debt = 315
 20 Deficits in Growing Economies = 319
  20.1 The Burden of the National Debt = 319
  20.2 Constant-Flow Budget Policies = 322
 21 Advanced Topics = 327
  21.1 Fiscal Policy with Altruistic Households = 327
  21.2 Legal Restrictions = 329
  21.3 Public Investment = 336
 22 Summing Up = 341
  Bibliography = 344
  Questions = 347
Part Ⅳ Money and Asset Prices = 351
 23 Introduction to Part Ⅳ = 353
  23.1 Overview = 353
  23.2 The Formation of Expectations = 354
  23.3 Temporary Equilibrium = 357
 24 Asset Prices - Fundamentals and Bubbles = 364
  24.1 Pure Exchange with Perfect Foresight = 364
  24.2 Adaptive Learning = 370
  24.3 Pricing Productive Assets = 372
 25 The Quantity of Money = 377
  25.1 The Neutrality of Money = 377
  25.2 Open Market Operations: Legal Restrictions = 382
  25.3 Money in the Utility Function = 385
  25.4 Cash-in-advance Constraints = 389
 26 Inflationary Finance = 393
  26.1 Seigniorage = 394
  26.2 Inflation and Growth = 399
  26.3 Infinite Lives: Unique Equilibrium = 402
  26.4 Infinite Lives: Multiple Equilibria = 409
 27 Rational Expectations = 413
  27.1 Uncertainty = 414
  27.2 The Information Content of Prices = 416
  27.3 The Neutrality of Money Revisited = 420
 28 Market Psychology = 424
  28.1 The Role of Shared Beliefs = 424
  28.2 Stationary Sunspot Equilibria = 428
  28.3 Price Volatility and Price Rigidity = 435
  28.4 Learning and Stability = 441
  28.5 The Problem of Multiple Equilibria = 448
 29 Advanced Topics = 464
  29.1 Money and Trust = 464
  29.2 Least Squares Learning = 467
  29.3 Laboratory Experiments with Monetary Economies = 471
 30 Summing Up = 474
  30.1 Money and Bubbles = 474
  30.2 Quantity Issues = 475
  30.3 Expectations and Business Cycles = 476
  Bibliography = 480
  Questions = 487
Index of Names = 495
Index of Subjects = 498


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