Income, Employment and the Price Level
by Jacob Marschak
Publisher: A. M. Kelley 1951
Number of pages: 101
In his lecture, Professor Marschak has set himself the task of incorporating the new developments in monetary theory and presenting them in a logical, precise and rigorous manner. He reveals the precise nature of the new analytical equipment.
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