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La perspectiva de la macroeconomía postwalrasiana1

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  • David Colander

El trabajo postwalrasiano es una continuación del trabajo walrasiano con nuevas herramientas. Estas nueva herramientas significan que el enfoque tiene las siguientes características: 1) toma más seriamente el problema de los equilibrios múltiples y los mecanismos de selección del equilibrio. 2) Toma mucho más en cuenta la incertidumbre en el modelo. 3) Toma en serio el problema de la heterogeneidad e interdependencia de los agentes. 4) Toma mucho más seriamente el problema del aprendizaje del agente. 5) Está más dirigido por las regularidades empíricas que por la teoría sobre todo para guiar las políticas. 6) Está más dispuesto a usar análisis estadístico VAR cointegrado, de lo general a lo específico, vagamente limitado por un amplio sentido de la teoría, más que usar una teoría limitada por las observaciones empíricas. 7) Tiene mucho menos certidumbre acerca de la política, considerando la política como una manera de ayudar a los agentes coordinados al proporcionarles un punto de enfoque.

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Paper provided by University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business. Econometrics. in its series Economic Development with number 112.

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Length: 21 pages
Date of creation: 2011
Handle: RePEc:eaa:ecodev:112
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