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George A. Akerlof/ Robert J. Shiller: Animal Spirits

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Das 2009 erschienene Werk stellt den Versuch dar, die moderne Makroökonomie, die weitestgehend durch die Neoklassik und das Modell rationaler Akteure bestimmt ist, auf behavioristischer und postkeynesianistischer Grundlage neu zu schreiben bzw. in wesentlichen Punkten zu ergänzen.

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Schluchter, D. (2013). George A. Akerlof/ Robert J. Shiller: Animal Spirits. In: Senge, K., Schützeichel, R. (eds) Hauptwerke der Emotionssoziologie. Springer VS, Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-531-93439-6_2

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