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On Truth in Teaching Macroeconomics

  • Robert W. Clower

Abstract

It seems paradoxical beyond endurance to rule that a manufacturer of shampoos may not endanger a student’s scalp but a premier education institution is free to stuff his skull with nonsense. (Judge Howlson, reported in Stigler (1975), p. 191)

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Reservation Price Aggregate Demand Aggregate Output Aggregate Supply Effective Demand 
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