volume 36, issue 3, P621-674 2020
DOI: 10.1093/oxrep/graa042
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Martin Guzman, Joseph E Stiglitz

Abstract: Abstract The 2008 Global Financial Crisis, and the myriad other crises confronting economies around the world, exposed the inadequacies of the Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium models. These models not only hadn’t predicted the crisis, its occurrence was completely outside of their framework. The framework assumes there are no macroeconomic inconsistencies—all plans are realized, all budget constraints honoured. But after each instance in which that assumption is proved wrong, say in a cris…

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