A Macroeconomics Reader

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a
Abel, A. B. 411 , 577
Abraham, K. G. 433
Abramovitz, M. 20 , 577 , 578 , 612 , 618 , 629
Ackley, G. 19
Adams, E. 602 (n19)
administered price hypothesis 490
agents:
fluctuations 361 ;
General Theory275 ;
information 287 ;
maximizing 266 -7, 281 , 297 , 337 , 338 -9, 349 -50;
optimizing 266 -7, 280 -1, 282 , 291 (n6);
price mechanisms 350 -1;
and principals 556 ;
rational 12 -13, 290 , 297 , 337 , 361 ;
see also representative agents
aggregate demand:
disturbances 32 , 281 ;
employment 71 , 110 -11, 279 ;
fiscal policy 110 , 114 ;
fluctuations 5 , 136 ;
government intervention 113 ;
inflation 223 -4, 396 ;
market imperfections 5 , 188 , 305 ;
monetarist view 187 , 188 -9;
money supply 281 ;
policy 110 , 114 , 467 ;
price levels 148 , 150 -2, 191 , 298 - 300 , 336 , 496 -7;
unemployment 17
aggregate supply 12 , 65 , 67 , 111 , 298 - 300 , 307 -9, 336 , 557
Aghion, P. 655 -6
Akerlof, G. A. 125 -6, 454 , 455 , 464 , 512 , 563
Aksoy, E. G. 100 , 104 -5
Alchian, E. S. 516
Allen, S. G. 492 , 542 (n21, n22)
Alogoskoufis, G. 492
Altonji, J. G. 391 , 432
altruism 318 -19
Andersen, L. 181 , 210 (n32)
Andersen-Jordan model 193
Ando, A. 217 , 317
animal spirits 65 -6, 79 , 84 -5 (n11)
arbitrage 301 -2
Arrow, K. J.:
endogenous growth 639 , 642 ;
equilibrium studies 142 , 279 , 285 , 411 ;
knowledge spillovers 632 , 639 ;
learning by doing 618 -20, 622
Ashenfelter, O. 378
Austrian school 2 , 227 , 229 , 232 , 352 (n1)
author:
intention 56 -8, 70 ;
original meaning 103 , 105 , 106
Azariadis, C. 522

b
Backhouse, R. E. 265
Backus, D. K. 493
Bailey, M. J. 321
Baily, M. N. 522
Bain, I. R. M. 366 , 384
balance of payments 46 , 216 , 229 -32
Balke, N. 537
Ball, L.:
coordination failure 136 ;
disinflation 459 ;
labour supply 432 ;
market failure 136 ;
menu cost theory 498 , 513 ;
new Keynesianism 460 ;
rigidities 462 ;
staggered prices 514 , 515 , 517 , 528
Ballard, C. L. 415
banks, central 194 , 197 , 200 , 236 , 237 , 467 , 559 -60
bargaining models 523 , 561
Barro, R. J.:
budget deficits 324 ;
business cycles 14 , 283 , 361 , 393 , 433 , 474 ;
disequilibrium 139 , 500 ;
economic growth theory 2 , 18 , 19 , 577 , 612 , 615 (n1), 633 , 634 ;
equilibrium competitive model 347 ;
gains from trade 454 , 501 , 502 ;
government intervention 411 , 472 ;

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