Perfect Foresight Cycles in a Marxian-Keynesian Model of Accumulation With Money
The model described here reflects concepts and methods developed in several different traditions of the analysis of capitalist economies.
KeywordsReal Wage Capital Accumulation Aggregate Demand Capitalist Economy Capital Outlay
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