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The Macrodynamics of Capitalism : Elements for a Synthesis of Marx, Keynes and Schumpeter

Author: Peter Flaschel
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2009.
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This book provides an introduction to basic as well as advanced macrodynamics, viewed as a disequilibrium theory of fluctuating growth. It builds on an earlier attempt to reformulate the foundations of macroeconomics from the perspective of real markets disequilibrium and the conflict over income distribution between capital and labor. It does so, not because it seeks to support the view that this class conflict is  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Flaschel
ISBN: 9783540879329 3540879323 1281927651 9781281927651
OCLC Number: 311305250
Description: 1 online resource (: v.: digital
Contents: Goodwin Growth Cycles in a Keynes Trade Cycle. Temporary Equilibrium, Distribution-Driven Demand Cycles and Unbalanced Growth: Keynes, the "Classics" and the "New Classics": A Simple Presentation of Basic Differences --
After Keynes: Real Growth and (In- )Stability --
Distributive Stability by the Reserve Army Mechanism: Marx's Contribution --
Inflation, Stagflation and Disinflation: Friedman --
or Marx? Conventional AD-AS Analysis: A Reconsideration: Keynesian Monetary Growth Under Adaptive Expectations --
A Classical Revolution in Keynesian Macrodynamics? Matured Keynesian AD-AS Analysis and Beyond: Keynesian AD-AS, Quo Vadis?- Keynesian DAD-DAS Modelling: Baseline Structure and Estimation --
Modeling Our Future: Flexicurity Capitalism --
Mathematical Appendix: Some Useful Theorems.
Responsibility: by Peter Flaschel.

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This book provides an introduction to basic as well as advanced macrodynamics, viewed as a disequilibrium theory of fluctuating growth. It builds on an earlier attempt to reformulate the foundations of macroeconomics from the perspective of real markets disequilibrium and the conflict over income distribution between capital and labor. It does so, not because it seeks to support the view that this class conflict is inevitable, but rather from the perspective that an understanding of this conflict may help to formulate social principles and policies that can help to overcome class conflict at least in its cruder forms. It is further hoped that such an understanding can even lead to rational procedures and rules that may turn this conflict into a consensus-driven interaction between capital and the employable workforce.

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