Conversations with Economists — New Classical Economists and Their Opponents Speak out on the Current Controversy in Macreconomics - Arjo KlamerRowman & Littlefield, 1983, Paperback ..
Condition: Very Good. Edges of the text block lightly tanned.
From the cover: “This lively assessment of New Classical and Keynesian macroeconomics features a series of entertaining and informative interviews with eleven of today’s leading economists — Robert E. Lucas, Jr.; Thomas J. Sargent; Robert M. Townsend; James Tobin; Robert M. Solow; Franco Modigliani; Alan S. Blinder; John B. Taylor; Karl Brunner; David M. Gordon, and Leonard A. Rapping. The discussions focus on the rational expectations assault on Keynesian macroeconomics. Illuminating both the history and the current state of the controversies over the effectiveness of policy, the stability of free market systems, and the role of “rational” expectations of economic agents, they offer a rare insight into the styles, motivations, and characters of economists on both sides of the Keynesian barricades.”
Size: C Format (8½" x 5¼")
Number of Pages: 265
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