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Precios inflexibles y la gran depresión

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  • Frederick S. Lee


Este artículo expone la teoría y la tesis de precios administrados de Gardiner Means, analiza sus efectos sobre la Gran Depresión y presenta las críticas y propuestas de los defensores de la teoría neoclásica. Revisa empíricamente la propuesta de Means y señala sus limitaciones y sus verdaderos alcances. Por último, muestra que si las tesis Means y las propuestas Keynesianas se hubiesen unido en 1940, la síntesis resultante habría dado lugar a una teoría coherente, con sólidos fundamentos empíricos, alternativa a la teoría neoclásica tradicional.

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Article provided by UN - RCE - CID in its journal REVISTA CUADERNOS DE ECONOMÍA.

Volume (Year): (2000)
Issue (Month): (June)

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Handle: RePEc:col:000093:006984
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