Quasi-demande et demande effective : une note pédagogique
[eng] Quasi-demand and effectif demand : A pedagogic note Alain Béraud, François Etner The agregate demand and supply functions are convenient tools to formalize the behaviour of the agents according to the different market situations. Therefore it seemed useful to go into the details of their construction, without leaving out the intermediary stages. Thus it appears the traditional keynesian models and the theory of disequilibrium lead to functions generally distinct. [fre] La demande et l'offre globales sont des outils commodes pour formaliser le comportement des agents selon la situation des différents marchés, sans omettre les étapes intermédiaires. Il apparaît ainsi que les modèles keynésiens traditionnels et la théorie du déséquilibre conduisent à des fonctions qui sont, en général, distinctes.
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Volume (Year): 36 (1985)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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- Foley, Duncan K, 1975. "On Two Specifications of Asset Equilibrium in Macroeconomic Models," Journal of Political Economy, University of Chicago Press, vol. 83(2), pages 303-324, April.
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