Long-run Effects of Short-run Stabilization Policy—An Introduction
Against the background of the failures of stabilization policies in most developed countries during the 1970s, it seems natural that a more critical attitude towards such policies has gradually evolved. The skepticism has usually focused on the long-run effects of stabilization policy, which is the theme of this conference.
KeywordsEconomic Crisis Income Expense Stein Tempo
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