An Encyclopedia of Macroeconomics by Brian Snowdon

By Brian Snowdon

The Encyclopedia of Macroeconomics is an authoritative and beneficial reference resource on macroeconomics which embraces definitions of phrases and ideas, conflicting ideological methods and the contributions of significant thinkers. finished in scope, it comprises over three hundred brief entries and greater than a hundred particularly commissioned major entries from an the world over popular staff of students.

The alphabetically ordered entries should be invaluable either as a uncomplicated reference resource and a provocative stimulus for additional studying. The Encyclopedia will quickly be demonstrated as a number one reference resource on macroeconomics that might either enlighten scholars and be hugely valued by means of students and academics of economics.

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36) critique of game theory in individualist terms. In any case, methodological individualism can have little, if anything, to do with Marx. T. J. (1959) Business Behaviour, Value and Growth, Macmillan, New York Bausor, R. (1983) ‘The Rational-Expectations Hypothesis and the Epistemics of Time’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 7, 1–10 Beer, S. H. A. (1979) ‘Knowledge and the Role of Institutions in Economic Theory’, Journal of Economic Issues, 13, 957–72 ——(1982)The Foundations of Economic Method, George Allen and Unwin, London Boltho, A.

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