Price Flexibility and Employment
by Oskar Lange
Publisher: Principia Press 1944
Number of pages: 119
Contents: Introduction; Partial-Equilibrium Theory; General-Equilibrium Theory; Analysis of the Monetary Effect; Price Expectations; Uncertainty; Imperfect Competition; International Trade; Changes in the Propensity to Consume; Capital Accumulation and Investment Opportunities; Innovations; The Problem of Policy.
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