Notes on Macroeconomic Theory
by Steve Williamson
Publisher: University of Iowa 1999
Number of pages: 141
Contents: Simple Representative Agent Models; Growth With Overlapping Generations; Neoclassical Growth and Dynamic Programming; Endogenous Growth; Choice Under Uncertainty; Consumption and Asset Pricing; Search and Unemployment; Search and Money; Overlapping Generations Models of Money; A Cash-In-Advance Model.
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