As a result of our work in Chapter 11 we now have a theory of the determination of the equilibrium rate of interest. Our elementary model is thus complete. It is, therefore, convenient at this point to summarise our argument: that is to display in full the characteristics of the model at this stage. Once this is done we can proceed (i) to see where the model needs further extensions; and (ii) to see what predictions it yields.
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