Economic and Political Weekly – 20 August 2016

– Economic and Political Weekly – 20 August 2016

– The Best of Business Economics: Highlights from the First Fifty Years
– Microeconomics, Fourteenth Canadian Edition
– Trends in Mathematical Economics

– A History of Macroeconomics from Keynes to Lucas and Beyond

– An indispensable reference for students enrolled in any business and economics program, Ragan: Economics builds on a rich legacy of success in teaching and learning Ragan: Economics provides students with an introduction to the major issues facing the world’s economies, to the methods that economists use to study those issues, and to the policy problems that those issues create

– This book gathers carefully selected works in Mathematical Economics, on myriad topics including General Equilibrium, Game Theory, Economic Growth, Welfare, Social Choice Theory, Finance It sheds light on the ongoing discussions that have brought together leading researchers from Latin America and Southern Europe at recent conferences in venues like Porto, Portugal; Athens, Greece; and Guanajuato, Mexico With this volume, the editors not only contribute to the advancement of research in these areas, but also inspire other scholars around the globe to collaborate and research these vibrant, emerging topics

– This book retraces the history of macroeconomics from Keynes’s General Theory to the present Central to it is the contrast between a Keynesian era and a Lucasian – or dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) – era, each ruled by distinct methodological standards In the Keynesian era, the book studies the following theories: Keynesian macroeconomics, monetarism, disequilibrium macroeconomics (Patinkin, Leijongufvud and Clower), non-Walrasian equilibrium models, and first-generation new Keynesian models Three stages are identified in the DSGE era: new classical macroeconomics (Lucas), RBC modelling, and second-generation new Keynesian modeling The book also examines a few selected works aimed at presenting alternatives to Lucasian macroeconomics While not eschewing analytical content, Michel De Vroey focuses on substantive assessments, and the models studied are presented in a pedagogical and vivid yet critical way