New Classical Macroeconomics

Barro, Robert and Grossman, Herschel. MONEY, EMPLOYMENT AND INFLATION

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1976. Original green canvas boards; xii, 263, [1] pp. Index of names. Inscribed by co-author Robert Barro to Stanely Engerman on the fly leaf: To Stan. A book that is about up to par with my squash game. Robert Barro. 5/1/76” Very good to near fine; slight damage to dust jacket (including a small 3 by 3 mm hole). Robert Barro (born 1944) is considered a founder of new classical macroeconomics. Hershel Grossman (1939–2004) is best known for his work on general disequilibrium with Robert Barro in the 1970s. This book is an overview of macroeconomic relations in the tradition of Keynes. It presents a comprehensive analysis of determining the level of employment and the rate of inflation.


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