Perfect Foresight Cycles in a Marxian-Keynesian Model of Accumulation With Money

  • D. K. Foley


The model described here reflects concepts and methods developed in several different traditions of the analysis of capitalist economies.


Real Wage Capital Accumulation Aggregate Demand Capitalist Economy Capital Outlay 
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