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A Natural Interpretation of The Present Unemployment

  • Roy A. Batchelor

Abstract

In the spring of 1979 the Thatcher government was elected to office, on a radical platform of monetary restraint and laissez faire.

Keywords

Monetary Policy Real Wage Natural Rate Inflation Expectation Price Expectation 
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© Brian Griffiths and Geoffrey E. Wood 1984

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  • Roy A. Batchelor

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