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Current Issues in Macroeconomics By Edited by Professor David Greenaway

Current Issues in Macroeconomics
by Edited by Professor David Greenaway

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This book on macroeconomics covers many controversial issues which have arisen in recent years due to technical change and the development of new ideas, new approaches and new insights. These include expectations, contract theory, new classical economics and exchange rate overshooting.
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Current Issues in Macroeconomics by Edited by Professor David Greenaway

In recent years a number of important and interesting developments have taken place in macroeconomics. These have been discussed in academic journals and conferences, but have tended to be largely inaccessible to the undergraduate economist. This book makes these exciting developments accessible to a wider audience. Each chapter is specially commissioned and written by a leading expert in a clear and lively style.

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Table of Contents

Recent developments in macroeconomics, Michael Bleaney and David Greenaway; expectations in macroeconomics, G.K.Shaw; new classical macroeconomics, David Peel; contracts and market clearing in the labour market, Martin Timbrell; wage inflation, M.J.Artis; the political business cycle, David K.Whynes; aggregate consumption and saving, M.J.C.Surrey; macroeconomic forecasting, K.W.Holden; macroeconomic interdependence and the co-ordination of economic policy, Andrew Hughes-Hallett; overshooting models of the exchange rate, K.Alec Chrystal.

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Current Issues in Macroeconomics by Edited by Professor David Greenaway
Edited by Professor David Greenaway
Current issues in economics
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Palgrave Macmillan
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