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by David K. H. Begg
Author: David K. H. Begg
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press (May 1, 1982)
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The rational expectations theory is a concept and modeling technique that is used widely in macroeconomics. This precept contrasts with the idea that government policy influences financial and economic decisions. Economists often use the doctrine of rational expectations to explain.
Theories and Evidence .
Begg, David K, H. (1982), The Rational Expectations Revolution in Macroeconomics, Theories and Evidence. New York: Philip Allen, 291 pages. Bikker, J. P. J. A. van EIs and M. E. Hemerijch (1993), Rational Expectations Variables in Macro-economic Models: Empirical Evidence for Netherlands and other Countries, Economic Modeling, vol. 10, pp. 301-314.
See David Laidler, The Golden Age of the Quantity Theory, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1991, chap
Begg, The Rational Expectations Revolution in Macroeconomics: Theories and Evidence, Oxford: Philip Allan, 1982. 2. The Birth of Macroeconomics. See David Laidler, The Golden Age of the Quantity Theory, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1991, chap. 4. Advocacy of countercyclical public-works expenditures as a remedy for unemployment was also common in the Cambridge literature by the 1920s, being espoused by Pigou, Lavington, and Robertson; see Laidler, Fabricating the Keynesian Revolution, op. ci. pp. 103-4.
The rational expectations theory is a revolutionary approach to macro-economics developed in the late .
The rational expectations theory is a revolutionary approach to macro-economics developed in the late 1970’s when it was viewed by many as radical, unlike today having attained a central position in macro-economic theory and policy making. In the 1970’s, the rational expectation school challenged the traditional Keynesian view of the world. He is known as ‘the father of the rational expectations revolution in economics’ primarily due to his article ‘Rational Expectations and the Theory of Price Movements’ (1961).
Empirical Test of the Rational nt Income Hypothesis: Abel and Mishkin’s General . The purpose of this paper is to test through an empirical analysis the Rational nt Income Hypothesis
Empirical Test of the Rational nt Income Hypothesis: Abel and Mishkin’s General Approach: Evidence from Algeria. International Journal of Econometrics and Financial Management. doi: 1. 2691/ijefm-5-2-2. The purpose of this paper is to test through an empirical analysis the Rational nt Income Hypothesis. To do this, we referred to the General approach of Abel and Mishkin (1983). Our econometric tests are based on annual data over the period related to households in Algeria.
David K. H Begg The rational expectations revolution in macroeconomics: Theories and evidence. ISBN 13: 9780860031307.