economic growth - The New School SCEPA

Taylor's presentation provides a long-run analysis of economic growth and CO₂ emissions.

This paper builds on Post Keynesian theory of markup pricing to outline the microfoundations of a theory of US economic hegemony in an age of global production networks.

This paper relates Okun's theory about economic growth and unemployment to the recent discussion on jobless recovery.

The author posits combining the essential propositions of Keynesian-type and what he calls Classical-Type growth theories in a simple way.

This paper discusses patterns of net borrowing by major “institutional sectors” in the U.S. economy.

The authors offer results of a non-parametric estimate of the US wage- Phillips Curve as a simplified version of the model of the wage-price spiral by Flaschel and Krolzig.

Economic policy debate in the United States and other developed economies has been dominated by talk of lowering fiscal deficits through spending reductions.

A simple model illustrates interactions between the "primary" fiscal deficit (total deficit minus interest payments), economic growth, and debt.

Paul Krugman proposes a heuristic model to analyze the current macroeconomic situation.

The Cambridge UK vs USA capital theory debates of the 1960s showed that the workhorse mainstream growth model relies on unsustainable assumptions.

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