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The psychology of the community is such that when aggregate real income is increased aggregate consumption is increased, but not by so much as income. The first three describe how the economy works. endobj -!�! ]����s�Q������C�!�Oܞ̿�GE���?vQ��P`��} GFH�N�W@U��)�4Ԃi�g�K���)�qEج�� M���T� �)��=�>d.VCE+)^"���))i( SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT . Seven Schools of Macroeconomic Thought The Arne Ryde Memorial Lectures Edmund S. Phelps CLARENDON PRESS • OXFORD. startxref This volume represents the publication of seven lectures––the first annual Arne Ryde Memorial lectures administered by the University of Lund––on what the author deems to be the seven leading schools of thought in contemporary macroeconomics. 0000003822 00000 n heterodox schools of thought, in opposition to mainstream schools. 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The central tenet of this school of thought is that government intervention can stabilize the economy Sarwat Jahan, Ahmed Saber Mahmud, and Chris Papageorgiou BACK TO BASICS Keynes the master Keynesian economics gets its name, theories, and prin-ciples from British economist John Maynard Keynes (1883–1946), who is regarded as the founder of modern macroeconomics. The New Keynesian School 5. ECB, BoE and Fed Macro Models 5. for the st stage Contents 1. 0000004044 00000 n ))i)������4����%�IKIL����S JCҖ���KIKITdĤ4���=))M%;�Д���DQ@ EP0��( ��( ��(�����4�))i( ��( ��( ��(�R�PE-% QE0�(�� QE))i( ��(Ш�����D��)�J(�� IKIL�E�bRR�S$))i)�J(�� E�X�S�P1�S�R�i��S�?�AfCIVE����,�w�(�A�"�%^iݘ�Ŭ#������~�Fu%i�p/eZ��{N�=�vf�s�I�)��c�3���w�I�)��;#9��\�[����� 0000002194 00000 n Today, most of these schools of thought have been subsumed into modern macroeconomic theory. 1. The New Classical School 4. 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