Grundlagen der ökonomischen Analyse
AbstractDiese Abhandlung hat die isolierende Betrachtungsweise (ceters-paribus-Analyse) und konzeptionellen Grundlagen der aggregierten Analyse zum Gegenstand. Die Überlegungen bauen auf den Schriften von Alfred Marshall (1842-1924) und John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946) auf.
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isolierende Betrachtungsweise; ceteris-paribus; Methode der Gleichgewichtsbewegung; temporäres Gleichgewicht; Aggregation; Makroökonomik; Marshall; Keynes;
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