de Vroey, Michel
June 1999
Journal of the History of Economic Thought;Jun99, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p117
Academic Journal
Examines the relationship between the Marshallian and the Walrasian research programs on the interpretation of the Keynesian theory of economics. Characteristics of the Marshallian equilibrium concept; Observation of Keynes that wage earners cannot bargain on the real wage; Assessment of the Keynesian theory.


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