Oxford Review of Economic Policy volume 36, issue 3, P675-711 2020 DOI: 10.1093/oxrep/graa041 View full text
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Roger E A Farmer

Abstract: Abstract For the past 30 years of the history of macroeconomic thought, the Indeterminacy School of Macroeconomics has used general equilibrium models with indeterminate equilibria to understand the independent role of beliefs in shaping macroeconomic outcomes. In this paper I review the most recent advances in the indeterminacy agenda, Keynesian Search Theory, and I advance that agenda by introducing self-fulfilling beliefs to a Keynesian Search Model in two different ways. One variant of the m…

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