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Post Walrasian macroeconomics

Post Walrasian macroeconomics
beyond the dynamic stochastic general equilibrium model

  • ISBN: 9780521684200
  • Editorial: Cambridge University Press
  • Lugar de la edición: Cambridge. Reino Unido
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Medidas: 23 cm
  • Nº Pág.: 416
  • Idiomas: Inglés

Papel: Rústica
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This collection outlines a new approach to macroeconomics that employs cutting edge analytic techniques. The volume includes a historical section that surveys the development of macro, along with technical sections on macro modeling, agent-based modeling and cointegrated times series analysis.

Part I. Where We Are in Macro and How We Got There: 1. Stories from the haunted vault: notes on a century of macroeconomics
2. Post Walrasian macroeconomics: some historic links
3. The DSGE model and the post Walrasian alternative in historical perspective
4. Who is post Walrasian man?
Part II. Edging Away from the DSGE Model: 5. Social interactions and macroeconomics
6. Macroeconomics and model uncertainty
7. Restricted perceptions equilibria and learning in macroeconomics
8. Not more so: some concepts outside the DSGE framework
Part III. Leaping Away from the DSGE Model: 9. Agent-based computational modeling and macroeconomics
10. Multi-agent systems macro: a prospectus
11. Agent-based financial markets: matching stylized facts with style
Part IV. Doing More Good than Harm: Roles of Business and Government in Critical Infrastructure Protection: 12. Characteristics of resilient systems and organizations
13. Networks and interdependencies
14. Public - private risk-sharing: the case of terrorism risk coverage
15. Learning from experience: drawing correct analogies? Letting the data guide theory
16. The past as the future: the Marshallian approach to post Walrasian macro
17. Old world econometrics and New World theory
18. Four entrenched notions post Walrasians should avoid
19. Confronting the economic model with the data
20. Extracting information from the data: a European view on empirical macro
Part V. Policy Implications: 21. Economic policy in the presence of coordination problems
22. Monetary policy and the limitations of economic knowledge.


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