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Unemployment solved: Answer to Krugman, Phelps, Ormerod and Heilbroner

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Krugman, Phelps, ormerod and Heilbroner have produced forceful analyses on the current state of the economy, society and economic theory itself, and allwith a distinct attention for unemployment. These authors agree on many points, but disagree on major points too. Interestingly where these authors disagree, wmy own work offers new answers, on angles clearly not considered by them. My analysis solves conflicts, fills gaps, and complements on usseful points. By relating my work to theirs I hope to enable these authors and their readers to plug into - what I consider - a new synthesis for a (renewed) mainstream economics.

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  • Thomas Cool, 1997. "Unemployment solved: Answer to Krugman, Phelps, Ormerod and Heilbroner," General Economics and Teaching 9704002, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpgt:9704002
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