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The Endogenous Market Structures Approach. A Non-technical Survey with Applications to the Crisis and Future Scenarios for the New Economy


  • Federico Etro



The EMSs approach to macroeconomics introduces strategic interactions and endogenous entry decisions in the analysis of aggregate phenomena as business cycle, international trade and growth. This survey provides a non-technical discussion of the applications of the EMSs approach to positive and normative issues, and relates these with recent debates on the current recession, future scenarios for glabalization, policymaking and the New Economy.

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  • Federico Etro, 2009. "The Endogenous Market Structures Approach. A Non-technical Survey with Applications to the Crisis and Future Scenarios for the New Economy," Working Papers 161, University of Milano-Bicocca, Department of Economics, revised May 2009.
  • Handle: RePEc:mib:wpaper:161

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