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A New Approach to the Economics of Public Goods by
London ; New York : Routledge, 2020
Public goods are typically defined only in reference to the good itself but, as this book argues, the public goods can be better understood if contextual variables are incorporated.
Introduction to the Microeconomics of Wellbeing and Sustainability by
London, United Kingdom ; San Diego, CA : Academic Press, 
The Microeconomics of Wellbeing and Sustainability: Recasting the Economic Process explores the civil economy tradition in economic thought. Gaining increasing consensus worldwide, this alternative--not heterodox--view of the economic process and agents explains how modern economics is placing increasing emphasis on the determinants of subjective wellbeing and environmental sustainability.
Deconstructing the Monolith by
Call Number: (RH) HD3616.U46 T36 2019
Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2019.
In this pioneering book Jason E. Taylor examines the NRA act using microeconomic tools, probing the uneven implementation of the NRA act's codes and the radical heterogeneity of its impact across industries and time.
The Microeconomic Mode by
Call Number: (RH) BH201 .E455 2018
New York : Columbia University Press, 
In the microeconomic mode, humans isolated from any forms of social organization operate within a mini-economy of costs and benefits, gains and losses, measured in the currency of life.
The Microeconomics of Product Innovation by
Call Number: (RH) HF5415.153 .S76 2018
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018.
Economics has not given sufficient attention to the microeconomic analysis of innovation and technological change. Counteracting this imbalance, The Microeconomics of Product Innovation considers how the use of economic analysis can guide and inform the search for insight in the generation and adoption of new products synonymously labelled product innovation.
Evolutionary Financial Macroeconomics by
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 
Thorstein Veblen and Hyman Minsky are seminal thinkers who place great importance on the interaction between processes that link finance and financial markets with economic and social evolution. This book makes a contribution to the recontextualisation of the habitual, non-evolutionary and laissez-faire macroeconomic theory and policy, thus exposing the relevant contribution of the macro-theories of Veblen and Minsky.
Lectures in Macroeconomics by
Call Number: (RH) HB172.5 .W9513 2019
Oxford ; New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2019.
Lectures in Macroeconomics: A Capitalist Economy Without Unemployment provides a systematic account of the principle of aggregate demand based on the work of Polish economist Micha? Kalecki, best known as one of the originators of the Keynesian Revolution in macroeconomics.
Macroeconomic Fluctuations and Policies by
Call Number: (RH) HB172.5 .C4313 2019
Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press, 
The basic tools for analyzing macroeconomic fluctuations and policies, applied to concrete issues and presented within an integrated New Keynesian framework.
Evolution or Revolution by
Call Number: (RH) HB172.5 .E946 2019
Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press, ; [Washington, DC] : Peterson Institute for International Economics, 
Leading economists discuss post-financial crisis policy dilemmas, including the dangers of complacency in a period of relative stability.
Behavioural Macroeconomics by
Call Number: (RH) HB74.P8 G73 2019
Oxford ; New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2019
Modern macroeconomics has been based on the paradigm of the rational individual capable of understanding the complexity of the world. This has created a very shallow theory of the business cycle in which nothing happens in the macroeconomy unless shocks occur from outside. Behavioural Macroeconomics: Theory and Policy uses a different paradigm. It assumes that individual agents experience cognitive limitations preventing them from having rational expectations. Instead these individuals use simple rules of behaviour.
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