by Matthias Doepke, Andreas Lehnert, Andrew Sellgren
Publisher: UCLA 2001
Number of pages: 286
Work Effort, Production, and Consumption; The Behavior of Households with Markets for Commodities and Credit; The Demand for Money; The Market-Clearing Model; The Labor Market; Inflation; Business Cycles; Unemployment; Economic Growth; The Effect of Government Purchases; The Effect of Taxation; The Optimal Path of Government Debt; Comparative Advantage and Trade; Financial Intermediation; Fiscal and Monetary Policy; Optimal Monetary Policy.
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