Non-Walrasian Foundations of Macroeconomics

  • Takashi Negishi

Abstract

The aim of macroeconomics is, particularly after Keynes’s General Theory, to explain changes in the aggregate output or employment as well as those in the price level.

Keywords

Depression Expense Dition Kato Undercut 

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