Methods of Macroeconomic Dynamics
Edition: 2nd 2000
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Description: This revised edition addresses the issues of the overall economy within a changing or dynamic framework, and the change, over time, in the models themselves. Also covering such subjects as optimal monetary and fiscal policy and growth theory.
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List price: $80.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: MIT Press
Publication date: 1/18/2000
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.50" tall
Theo S. Eicher is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Washington.Stephen J. Turnovsky is Professor of Economics at the University of Washington.
|Preface to Second Edition|
|Preface to First Edition|
|Introduction and Overview|
|A Dynamic Portfolio Balance Macroeconomic Model|
|Rational Expectations: Some Basic Issues|
|Rational Expectations and Policy Neutrality|
|Nonuniqueness Issues in Rational Expectations Models|
|Macroeconomic Stabilization Policy under Rational Expectations|
|Rational Expectations and Saddlepoint Behavior|
|The Representative Agent Model|
|Equilibrium in a Decentralized Economy with Distortionary Taxes and Inflation|
|A Dynamic Analysis of Taxes|
|The Representative Agent in the International Economy|
|Optimal Monetary and Fiscal Policy|
|Endogenous Growth Models|
|Endogenous Growth Models and Balanced Growth Paths|
|Long-Run Growth and Transitional Dynamics|
|Continuous-Time Stochastic Models|
|Cotinuous-Time Stochastic Optimization|
|A Stochastic Intertemporal Model of a Small Open Economy|