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  • Introduction-- Robert Leeson 1. The Genesis and Reception of The Road to Serfdom-- Melissa Lane 2. Hayek in Citations and the Nobel Memorial Prize-- Gabriel Soderberg, Avner Offer, and Samuel Bjork 3. The 1974 Hayek-Myrdal Nobel Prize-- David Laidler 4. The Hayek Literature: Wapshott's Keynes/Hayek The Clash that Defined Modern Economics-- Selwyn Cornish 5. Hayek and Mises-- Douglas French 6. Hayek in Freiburg-- Viktor Vanberg 7. Eucken, Hayek, and the Road to Serfdom-- Nils Goldschmidt and Jan-Otmar Hesse 8. Hayek's Official Biographer: The Lost Insights of William Warren Bartley III-- Robert Leeson 9. Hayek, Bartley, Popper: Justificationism and the Abuse of Reason-- Rafe Champion 10. Interview with Stephen Kresge-- Steven Dimmick and Robert Leeson 11. Bill Bartley: an Extraordinary Biographer-- Werner Erhard.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780230301122 20160619
  • 1. Introduction-- Robert Leeson 2. The Battle of Ideas: Neoliberal Economics and Politics in the 20th Century-- Philip Plickert 3. Hayek, Orwell, and The Road to Serfdom. Andrew Farrant 12,454 4. Pigou and the Pigouvian Legacy-- Rogerio Arthmar 5. Hayek and the Demise of the Socialist System-- Yuri N. Maltsev 6. Hayek in Australia, 1976-- Rafe Champion 7. Hayek and Coase Travel East: Privatization and the Experience of Post-socialist Economic Transformation-- Kiryl Haiduk 8. Anders Breivik, Fascism and the Neoliberal Inheritance-- Tad Tietze.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781137479242 20160619
  • PART I: FRAUD 1. Introduction-- Robert Leeson 2. History's Greatest Fraud?--Robert Leeson 3. The 'Deacon' McCormick Papers-- Ian Sayer 4. Insights from 'Deacon' McCormick's Research Assistant-- Nigel West PART II: VICTIMS 5.The Triumph of Rhetoric: Pigou as Keynesian Whipping Boy and its Unintended Consequences-- Robert Leeson and Daniel Schiffman 6. Wilfrid Noyce-- Stewart Hawkins PART III: EVIDENCE 7. Hayek and 'Deacon' McCormick: Testing Austrian Knowledge-- Robert Leeson 8. Professional Assessments-- Robert Leeson 9. 'Deacon' McCormick and the Madoc Myth-- Howard Kimberley 10. An 'Intelligence' Perspective-- Daniel Baldino 11. 2 + 2 = 5-- Richard Spence 12. Authoritative Sources: The Information Research Department, Journalism and Publishing-- John Jenks 13. The Hitler Diary Fraud-- Gerhard Weinberg 14. Sources, and the Use of Knowledge in Society-- Robert Leeson.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781137452412 20160619
This is the first collaborative biography of Hayek. Some of the world's most distinguished scholars will integrate the archival evidence with Hayek's published writings to illuminate the process by which Hayek changed the direction of world history.
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F.A. Hayek (1899-1992), the co-leader of the Austrian free market school, embraced the transparently fraudulent assertion made by Donald McCormick, aka Richard Deacon, in The British Connection which accused A.C. Pigou, the co-leader of the Cambridge market failure school, of being a Soviet spy.
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In this sixth volume contributors examine Hayek's neoliberal economics and politics in the 20th century, and the demise of the socialist system. Taking a closer look at Hayek's time in Australia, and his time spent travelling in the east.
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xvii, 349 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • Foreword-- V.Smith Introduction-- R.Frantz & R.Leeson Friedrich Hayek's Behavioural Economics in Historical Context-- R.Frantz A Hayekian/Kirznerian Economic History of the Modern World-- D.McCloskey Was Hayek an Austrian Economist? Yes and No. Was Hayek a Praxeologist? No.-- W.Block Error is Obvious, Coordination is the Puzzle-- P.Boettke, W.Caceres & A.Martin Hayek's Contribution to a Reconstruction of Economic Theory-- H.Gintis On the Relationships Between Friedrich Hayek and Jean Piaget-- C.Chelini & S.Riva Cognitive Autonomy and Epistemology of Action in Hayek's and Merleau-Ponty's Thought-- F.Di Iorio Hayek's Sensory Order, Gestalt Neuroeconomics, and Quantum Psychophysics-- T.Takahashi & S.Egashira Mindscapes and Landscapes: Hayek and Simon on Cognitive Extension-- L.Marsh Hayek's Complexity Assumption, Ecological and Bounded Rationality, and Behavioural Economics-- M.Altman Subjectivism and Explanations of the Principle-- S.Fiori Satisficing and Cognition-- Complementarities between Simon and Hayek-- P.Earl The Oversight of Behavioural Economics on Hayek's Insight-- S.Rizzello & A.Spada Complexity and Degeneracy in Socio-Economic Systems-- G.Steel & H.Hosseini.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780230301160 20160613
Friedrich Hayek was awarded the 1974 Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences for his contributions to the analysis of money and the business cycle, and for his penetrating analysis of the interdependence of economic, social and institutional phenomena. Hayek was a polymath: he systematically analyzed human rationality, the nature of knowledge, and methodology. This book, which analyses his contributions to the emerging - and revolutionary - field of behavioral economics, has been written by an outstanding collection of authors including Deirdre McCloskey, Herbert Gintis, Peter Boettke and Nobel Laureate Vernon Smith. It is demonstrated that Hayek's seminal contributions came decades before economists such as Herbert Simon (winner of the 1978 Nobel Prize) and Harvey Leibenstein began to develop the field in earnest.
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  • Monetary policy rules : from Adam Smith to John Taylor / Pier Francesco Asso, Robert Leeson
  • The Taylor Rule and the practice of central banking / George A. Kahn
  • A comparison with Milton Friedman / Edward Nelson
  • Two basic principles / Robert E. Lucas
  • The great moderation / Ben S. Bernanke
  • The great deviation / John B. Taylor
  • It's not so simple / Donald L. Kohn
  • Forecast targeting as a monetary policy strategy : policy rules in practice / Michael Woodford
  • The dual nature of forecast targeting and instrument rules / John B. Taylor
  • Evaluating monetary policy / Lars E.O. Svensson
  • Overview / Ben S. Bernanke
  • The view from inside the Fed / Janet Yellen
  • The view from inside the European Central Bank / Otmar Issing
  • The view from central banks in emerging markets / Guillermo Ortiz
  • A view from the financial markets / John P. Lipsky.
A contributors' "who's who" from the academic and policy communities explain and provide perspectives on John Taylor's revolutionary thinking about monetary policy. They explore some of the literature that Taylor inspired and help us understand how the new ways of thinking that he pioneered have influenced actual policy here and abroad.
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ECON-1-01, ECON-111-01
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xiii, 234 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
  • Preface Foreword The Canadian Monetary Order: Past, Present and Prospects Comments Canadian Monetary Policy Lender of Last Resort - Lessons from Canadian History Canadian Policy and the Economic Revolution in Asia Reforming Canadian Medicare: Can an Icon be Redesigned Tax Incentives for Owner-Occupied Housing - Then and Now The Political Economy of Inflation Targets: New Zealand and the U.K. Monetary Union Proposals in North America and Southern Africa: Do the Same Q&A Apply?
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780230237346 20160613
David Laidler, one of the world's most influential economists, has been a prolific contributor to the understanding and evolution of Canadian public policy, and the operations of the Bank of Canada. Among his many contributions, his successful association with the C.D Howe Institute has been the source of some of the best analysis and practical commentary on monetary policy issues in Canada. This volume brings together some of the world's leading economists, to focus primarily on Canadian policy issues and case study debates in honour of David Laidler, commemorating his success and active participation in the research and analysis of monetary policy. This book will be essential reading for all interested in monetary economics and Canadian governance.
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ECON-1-01, ECON-111-01
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xii, 376 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Preface Foreword Interview Biographical Sketches David Laidler on Monetarism David Laidler's Contributions to the History of Monetary Economics Laidler's Monetarism What is Good Government? David Laidler's Views Milton Friedman Tradeoffs in Monetary Policy From Money Targeting to Inflation Targeting: The Change in the Role of Money in the Conduct of Monetary Policy Monetary Institutions and Monetary Theory: Reflections on the History of Monetary Economics Monetary Policy Implementation: A Microstructure Approach Monetarism and Market Clearing Less Than an Ideal Type: Varieties of Real Bills Doctrines Hans Neisser's Views on Money and Structural Change, and Modern 'Quantity Theory' Implications Harry Johnson, Keynes and Keynesian Economics Hawtreyan 'Credit Deadlock' or Keynesian 'Liquidity Trap'? Lessons for Japan from the Great Depression.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780230018983 20160604
This book examines and extends the work of David Laidler, one of the world's most important economists, with particular attention to the areas of monetary economics, public policy and history of thought. The breadth and scope of the chapters reflect the range of Laidler's intellectual achievements, and are a definitive tribute to his outstanding contribution to economics. The volume brings together some of the world's leading economists, contributors include Milton Freidman, Axel Leijunhufud, Michael Bordo, Anna Schwartz, in addition to central bankers, think tank directors and political scientists. It will be essential reading for all interested in monetary economics and the history of economic thought.
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ECON-1-01, ECON-111-01
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viii, 278 p. ; 22 cm.
  • American in the shadows : Harry Dexter White and the design of the International Monetary Fund / James M. Boughton
  • Building up a multilateral strategy for the United States : Alvin Hansen, Jacob Viner, and the Council on Foreign Relations (1939-45) / Sebastiano Nerozzi
  • A hands-off central banker? : Marriner S. Eccles and the Federal Reserve, 1934-51 / Matías Vernengo
  • The great inflation of the 1970s : evidence from the archives / John Lodewijks and Robert Leeson
  • An archival case study : revisiting The life and political economy of Lauchlin Currie / Roger J. Sandilands
  • New evidence on Allyn Young's style and influence as a teacher / Roger J. Sandilands
  • A scholar in action in interwar America : John H. Williams on trade theory and Bretton Woods / Pier Francesco Asso and Luca Fiorito
  • Shaping monetary constitutions for developing countries : some archival evidence on the Bloomfield Missions to South Korea (1949-50) / Michele Alacevich and Pier Francesco Asso.
Uses archival evidence to provide unique insights into US economics, focusing on the origins of the IMF, building a multilateral strategy for the US, the Great Inflation of the 1970s, and on Marriner S. Eccles, Lauchlin Currie, Allyn Young, John H. Williams and Arthur I. Bloomfield.
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ECON-1-01, ECON-111-01
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ix, 212 p. ; 23 cm.
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vii, 227 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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ECON-1-01, ECON-111-01
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xiii, 160 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • 1. From Hayek to Vernon Smith: prices, the cobweb and game theory 2. The Hart Research Agenda: information, anticipation and the firm 3. Expectations Research Projects: from Illinois to Carnegie Tech 4. Muth, Mills and Tinbergen 5. December 1959 and its aftermath 6. Patinkin, Expectations and Chicago 7. Expectations and the Monetarist Counterrevolution.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415085151 20160527
The concept of rational expectations has played a hugely important role in economics over the years. Dealing with the origins and development of modern approaches to expectations in micro and macroeconomics, this book makes use of primary sources and previously unpublished material from such figures as Hicks, Hawtrey and Hart. The accounts of the 'founding fathers' of the models themselves are also presented here for the first time. The authors trace the development of different approaches to expectations from the likes of Hayek, Morgenstern, and Coase right up to more modern theorists such as Friedman, Patinkin, Phelps and Lucas. The startling conclusion that there was no 'Rational Expectations Revolution' is articulated, supported and defended with impressive clarity and authority. A necessity for economists across the world, this book will derve its place upon many an academic bookshelf.
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ECON-1-01, ECON-111-01
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vii, 242 p. ; 23 cm.
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ECON-1-01, ECON-111-01
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2 v. ; 25 cm.
  • Volume 1-- Part One: The Initial Controversy-- R Lesson, Introduction-- M Friedman, 'Studies in The Quantity Theory of Money - A Restatement' (1956), M Friedman, 'The Monetary Theory and Policy of Henry Simons' (1967)-- M Friedman, 'The Quantity Theory of Money' (1968)-- D Patinkin, 'The Chicago Tradition, The Quantity Theory and Friedman' (1969)-- D Patinkin, 'Friedman on the Quantity Theory and Keynesian Economics' (1974)-- M Friedman, 'Comments on the Critics: Patinkin' (1972/1974)-- H G Johnson, 'The Keynesian Revolution and the Monetarist Counter-Revolution' (1971)-- D Laidler, 'Monetarism: An Interpretation and an Assessment' (1981)-- J Tobin, 'The Monetarist Counter-Revolution Today - An Appraisal' (1981)-- R Leeson, 'The Early Patinkin-Friedman Correspondence' (1998)-- R Leeson, 'Patinkin, Johnson and the Shadow of Friedman' (2000)-- Part Two: The Debate Widens-- R Leeson, Introduction-- T M Humphrey, 'Role of Non-Chicagoan Economists in the Evolution of the Quantity Theory in America' (1971)-- L Currie, 'A Note on Professor Humphrey's Article' (1972)-- D Patinkin, 'More on the Chicago Monetary Tradition' (1973/1981)-- T M Humphrey, 'On the Monetary Economics of Chicagoans and non-Chicagoans: Reply' (1973)-- M Parkin, 'Essays on and in the Chicago Tradition: A Review Essay' (1986)-- D Patinkin, 'A Reply' (1986)-- H Simons, 'Review of Currie's Supply and Control of Money in the United States' (1935)-- F G Steindl, 'The Oral Tradition' at Chicago in the 1930s' (1990)-- D Patinkin, 'The Chicago Tradition: A Comment' (1991) Volume 2-- Part Three: How Unique Was The Chicago Tradition? R Leeson, Introduction-- G Tavlas, 'Some Further Observations on the Monetary Economics of Chicagoans and Non-Chicagoans' (1976)-- J R Davis, 'Chicago Economists, Budget Deficits, and the Early 1930s'!1968)-- J R Davis, 'The Last Remake of the New Economics and the Old Economists' (1979)-- G Tavlas, 'The Last Remake of the New Economics and the Old Economists: Reply' (1979)-- T Cate, 'Keynes on Monetary Theory and Policy: Comment' (1981)-- G Tavlas, 'Keynes on Monetary Theory and Policy: Reply' (1981)-- G Tavals, 'The Chicago Tradition Revisited: Some Neglected Monetary Contributions: Senator Paul Douglas (1892-1976)' (1977)-- G Tavlas, 'Chicago Schools Old and New on the Efficacy of Monetary Policy' (1977)-- J Ascheim and G Tavlas, 'On Monetarism and Ideology' (1981)-- D Laidler, 'Hawtrey, Harvard and the Origins of the Chicago Tradition' (1993)-- G Tavlas, 'Chicago, Harvard, and the Doctrinal Foundations of Monetary Economics' (1977)-- G Tavlas, 'Was the Monetarist Tradition Invented?' (1998)-- D Laidler, 'More on Hawtrey, Harvard and Chicago' (1998)-- G Tavlas, 'More on the Chicago Tradition' (1998)-- D Laidler, 'Hawtrey, Harvard and Chicago: A Final Comment' (1998)-- D Laidler, 'The Chicago Monetarist Tradition' (1999)-- G Tavlas, 'Response from Tavlas' (1999)-- D Laidler and R Sandilands, 'An Early Harvard Memorandum on Anti-Depression Policies' (2002)-- L B Currie, H D White, and P T Ellsworth, 'Memorandum' (1932) Part Four: Towards A Resolution Of The Dispute-- R Leeson, Introduction-- D Patinkin, 'Keynesian Monetary Theory and the Cambridge School' (1974)-- D Patinkin, 'The Collected Writings of John Maynard Keynes: From the Tract to the General Theory' (1975)-- D Patinkin, 'Keynes and Chicago' (1979/1981)-- J Viner, 'Pessimism Vindicated' (1932)-- J Viner, 'Mr Keynes on the Causes of Unemployment and Comment on my 1936 Review' (1936/1964)-- H C Simons, 'Keynes Comments on Money' (1936)-- H C Simons, 'Keynes Comments on Money' (1936)-- F Knight, 'Unemployment and Mr Keynes' Revolution in Economic Theory' (1937)-- L W Mints, 'Monetary Policy' (1946)-- A Hansen, 'Notes on Mints' Paper on Monetary Policy' (1946)-- H S Ellis, 'Comments on the Mints and Hansen Papers' (1946)-- R Leeson, 'From Keynes to Friedman via Mints: Resolving the Dispute over the Quantity Theory Oral Tradition' (2002).
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781851967674 20160528
Academic - Economics - Monetarism - Policy Analysis - History Of Economic Thought; These two volumes gather together for the first time the classic essays on Chicago Monetarism. Among the contributors are Friedman, Patinkin, Harry Johnson, James Tobin, David Laidler and Michael Parkin, as well as the dominant forces of inter-war Chicago: Frank Knight, Jacob Viner, Henry Simons and Lloyd Mints. John Maynard Keynes and Milton Friedman were the most influential economists of the twentieth century, if not of all time. Their influence expanded far beyond the economics profession into the domain of public opinion and the policy process. When Friedman launched his monetarist counter-revolution in 1956 he downplayed his own originality and claimed that he was doing little more than formalising an existing Chicago 'oral tradition'. Thirteen years later, as monetarism was acquiring an almost irresistible momentum, one of Friedman's friends and ex-Chicago colleague, Don Patinkin, launched a blistering attack on Friedman's account of the Chicago origins of his counter-revolution. This in turn launched the new subdiscipline of Chicago Monetarism. As theoreticians and econometricians fiercely debating the merits and demerits of monetarism, Keynes and Friedman found this literature about Chicago and other centres of business cycle research provided rich and profound insights into the origins of the modern configuration of economics. These two volumes gather together for the first time the classic essays on Chicago Monetarism. Among the contributors are Friedman, Patinkin, Harry Johnson, James Tobin, David Laidler and Michael Parkin, as well as the dominant forces of inter-war Chicago: Frank Knight, Jacob Viner, Henry Simons and Lloyd Mints. Some of the issues under dispute can be regarded as resolved; others are still being debated. A previously unpublished text describes the content of the monetary economics course that Friedman took at Chicago in 1932-3. It demonstrates the enormous influence that the pre-General Theory Keynes exerted at Chicago. This two-volume set reveals that fierce academic disputation can generate both light and heat. It will be of interest not only to policy analysts and historians of thought but also to those interested in the process of knowledge construction in the economics profession.
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xvii, 515 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Foreword A. Brown-- Part I. Bill Phillips: Some Memories and Reflections: 1. A. W. H. Phillips: an extraordinary life R. Leeson-- 2. The versatile genius J. Meade-- 3. To be his colleague was to be his friend H. Phelps-Brown-- 4. Phillips' adaptive expectations formula P. Cagan-- 5. Economist-washing machine fixer E. Johnson-- 6. Playing around with some data A. S. Schwier-- 7. The Festchrift B. Silvestone-- Part II. The Phillips Machine: 8. The origins of the machine in a personal context W. Newlyn-- 9. The Phillips machine as a 'progressive' model D. Vines-- 10. Mechanical models in economic dynamics A. W. Phillips-- 11. The History of the Phillips Machine N. Barr-- 12. Early reactions to Mark I and II G. Dorrance-- 13. A superb explanatory device R. M. Goodwin-- 14. The place of the Phillips machine in the history of computing D. Swade-- Part III. Dynamic Stabilisation Optimal Control: 15. The optimal control articles A. Pagan-- 16. Stabilisation policy in a closed economy A. W. Phillips-- 17. Stabilisation policy and the time-forms of lagged responses A. W. Phillips-- 18. Arnold Tustin's The Mechanism of Economic Systems: a review A. W. Phillips-- 19. The growth articles A. R. Bergstrom-- 20. A simple model of employment, money and prices in a growing economy A. W. Phillips-- 21. Employment, inflation and growth A. W. Phillips-- 22. Economic policy and development A. W. Phillips-- 23. The famous Phillips curve article R. G. Lipsey-- 24. The relation between unemployment and the rate of change of money wage rates in the United Kingdom, 1861-1957 A. W. Phillips-- 25. The Melbourne paper J. Pitchford-- 26. Wage changes and unemployment in Australia, 1947-1958 A. W. Phillips-- 27. Phillips and stabilisation policy as a threat to stability W. J. Baumol-- 28. The Phillips curve in macroeconomics and econometrics L. R. Klein-- 29. Bill Phillips' contribution to dynamic stabilisation policy S. J. Turnovsky-- 30. A left Keynesian view of the Phillips curve G. C. Harcourt-- 31. Interactions with a fellow research engineer-economist C. C. Holt-- 32. Does modern econometrics replicate the Phillips curve? F. Shadman-Mehta-- 33. The famous Phillips curve article: a note on its publications B. S. Yamey-- Part IV. Econometrics Published Papers: 34. The Bill Phillips legacy of continuous time modelling and econometric model design P. Phillips-- 35. The published papers P. Phillips-- 36. The influence of A. W. Phillips on econometrics D. F. Hendry and G. E. Mizon-- 37. An appreciation of A. W. Phillips L. P. Hansen and T. J. Sargent-- 38. Some notes on the estimation of time-forms of reactions in interdependent dynamic systems A. W. Phillips-- 39. Cybernetics and the regulation of economic systems A. W. Phillips-- 40. The estimation of parameters in systems of stochastic differential equation A. W. Phillips-- 41. Estimation, regulation, and prediction in interdependent dynamic systems A. W. Phillips and M. H. Quenouille-- 42. The Walras-Bowley paper A. Pagan-- 43. Estimation of systems of difference equations with moving average disturbances A. W. Phillips-- Part II. Unpublished Papers: 44. The estimation of continuous time models A. R. Bergstrom-- 45. Estimation in continuous time series models with autocorrelated disturbances A. W. Phillips-- 46. Efficient fitting of rational spectral density functions A. W. Phillips-- Part III. Phillips Foreshadowing of the Lucas Critique: 47. The Lucas critique: did Phillips make a comparable contribution R. Court-- 48. Models for the control of economic fluctuations A. W. Phillips-- 49. Statistical estimation for the purpose of economic regulation A. W. Phillips-- 50. The last paper: a foreshadowing of the Lucas critique? A. W. Phillips.
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Virtually all of contemporary macroeconomics is underpinned by a Phillips curve of one variety or another; yet most of this literature displays a curious neglect of the theoretical dynamic stabilisation perspective provided by A. W. H. Phillips. This volume collects for the first time the major work of one of the great economists, integrating Phillips's empirical work with his theoretical contribution. In addition to twelve substantive chapters, twenty-nine economists including Lawrence Klein, James Meade, Thomas Sargent, Peter Phillips, David Hendry, William Baumol, Richard Lipsey and Geoffrey Harcourt highlight and interpret Phillips's ongoing influence. This volume also contains six of Phillips's previously unpublished essays, four of which were thought to have been lost. The fifth such essay (Phillips's second empirical Phillips curve) was previously an informal working paper of which few copies circulated, and the sixth essay is a forerunner of the Lucas Critique written by Phillips shortly before his death.
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vii, 182 p. ; 23 cm.
  • Preface Introduction The Ghosts I Called I Cant' Get Rid Of Now: The Keynes-Tinbergen-Friedman-Phillips Critique of Keynesian Macroeconometrics The Chicago Counter-Revolution and the Sociology of Economic Knowledge The Rise of the Natural-Rate of Unemployment Model Does the Expectations Trap Render the Natural-Rate Model Invalid in the Disinflationary Zone? Language and Inflation Friedman and the Walrasian Equations of The Natural-Rate Counter-Revolution Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780333730454 20160528
This work xxamines the process by which Keynesianism, with its sympathetic view of the role of government in the economy and society, lost influence amongst economists and policy makers and was replaced by more negative views about government intervention and more positive views about the role of the market as a social organiser.
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ECON-111-01, ECON-1-01