By Robert J. Gordon
Seventeen essays contain 3 formerly unpublished works and supply sharply etched perspectives at the valuable subject matters of macroeconomics: progress, inflation, and unemployment. Robert Gordon re-examines their salient issues in a brand new available creation to fashionable macroeconomics. all the 4 elements into which the essays are grouped additionally bargains a brand new creation. The foreword by way of Nobel Laureate Robert M. Solow reviews at the carrying on with significance of those essays which date from 1968 to the current.
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