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Monetary Process and Policy: A Symposium.
New Keynesian models and some models of growth rely on market power for their results
New Keynesian models and some models of growth rely on market power for their results. This sole focus on market power as the source for certain macroeconomic phenomena is misguided both theoretically and empirically. New Keynesian multipliers are closely related to standard measures of deadweight loss used in the public finance literature.
Pigment-coated papers. a critical assessment of the processes, technical developments, and economics. Pigment-coated papers. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Pigment-coated papers from your list? Pigment-coated papers. Published 1985 by M. Dekker in New York.
critical assessment, and in particular a critical self-reflection of scholars if they . This article belongs to the Special Issue Scenarios and Indicators for Sustainable Development–Towards A Critical.
critical assessment, and in particular a critical self-reflection of scholars if they are to maintain and enhance their usefulness in supporting better decision in an increasingly complex world.
The IPCC Fourth Assessment Report (AR4) is a report on climate change created with the help of a large number of contributors, both scientists and governmental representatives.
Our assessment builds on the philosophy of science and is guided by the criteria . 3, we report and visualize the results of the bibliometric analysis.
Our assessment builds on the philosophy of science and is guided by the criteria of good concepts in social sciences. It shows that the concept of corporate reputation lacks internal coherence and could have more theoretical utility. Then, we present the more detailed analyses by means of co-citation analysis and bibliographic coupling.
This paper presents a critical assessment of the widely discussed concept of Islamic Economics. The two different interpretations of Islamic economics as the study of the functioning of an interest-free economy and the validity of moral values in the economy are discussed. It is shown that none of these interpretations can help to create an acceptable foundation for an Islamic economics. Microeconomics and macroeconomics of such an economy are analysed and its special features are compared to an economy functioning on the basis of laws devised by the conventional economic analysis. Keywords: household behaviour, unemployment, moral values, Islamic.
Author: James P. Casey
Publisher: Marcel Dekker Inc (May 1, 1985)
Pages: 116 pages
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