Macroeconomics: Past and Present

Author: James Caton

"The essays featured in Macroeconomics: The Monetary Foundations of the Macroeconomy, Volume I come from a broad range of pre-Keynesian classical thinkers. They represent differing traditions, primarily the divide between a more monetarist approach and the Austrian school, which is reflected in their views on capital theory, interest rates, price level effects, and sometimes in the study of institutions and public policy.

This book is designed to be used with Macroeconomics: Past and Present, Volume 2.