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Shaking the invisible hand : complexity, endogenous money and exogenous interest rates

Author: Basil J Moore
Publisher: Basingstoke [England] ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.
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"This book makes the case that economies are complex systems and develops a unique dynamic nonequilibrium process analysis of macroeconomics. The book provides a brief introduction to complex systems, chaos theory and unit roots and develops the importance and implications of contingency for economic behaviour. Moore also develops a new tool of 'Process Analysis' to replace equilibrium analysis for the analysis of  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Basil J Moore
ISBN: 1403999465 9781403999467
OCLC Number: 702182122
Description: xxvi, 556 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Marshall's tides --
2. Complexity and contingency --
3. Chaos theory : unpredictable order in chaos --
4. Econometrics, data mining, the absence of a stable structure and the pervasiveness of contingency --
5. The implications of complexity for economic analysis --
6. Sorites' paradox : the "looseness" of economic concepts --
7. Saving is the accounting record of investment --
8. Capital gains : towards a Hicksian definition of income --
9. The endogeneity of credit money --
10. Commercial bank intermediation --
11. The exogeneity of interest rates --
12. Markup pricing and the aggregate supply relationship --
13. The "raffishness" of mainstream macroeconomics : a post Keynesian critique.
Responsibility: Basil John Moore.
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'This book is a fascinating attempt to provide an alternative view to macroeconomics and, more generally, economic theorizing.' - Sebastiano Nerozzi, Storia del Pensiero Economico

 
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