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NON-LINEAR DYNAMICS IN ECONOMIC THEORY

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NON-LINEAR DYNAMICS IN ECONOMIC THEORY

9781852788094 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Marc Jarsulic, Vice President for Economic Policy, Center for American Progress, US
Publication Date: 1993 ISBN: 978 1 85278 809 4 Extent: 616 pp
This distinguished collection – selected and introduced by Marc Jarsulic – demonstrates the contribution that non-linear techniques can make to our understanding of business cycles.

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This distinguished collection – selected and introduced by Marc Jarsulic – demonstrates the contribution that non-linear techniques can make to our understanding of business cycles.
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Contributors include: J. Benhabib, M. Desai, R.M. Goodwin, N. Kaldor, M. Kalecki, H. Rose, V. Torre, M. Woodford
Contents
Part I: Early Keynesian and Classical Models
1. Michael Kalecki (1937), ‘A Theory of the Business Cycle’
2. Nicholas Kaldor (1940), ‘A Model of the Trade Cycle’
3. Richard M Goodwin (1947), ‘Dynamical oupling with Especial Reference to Markets Having Production Lags’
4. J R Hicks (1950), ‘The Cycle in Outline’
5. R M Goodwin (1951), ‘The Nonlinear Accelerator and the Persistence of Business Cycles’
6. R M Goodwin (1967), ‘A Growth Cycle’
7. W W Change and D J Smyth (1971), ‘The Existence and Persistence of Cycles in a Non-Linear Model’

Part II: Neoclassical-Keynesian Cycle Models
8. H Rose (1967), ‘On the Non-Linear Theory of the Employment Cycle’
9. V Torre (1977), ‘Existence of Limit Cycles and Control in Complete Keynesian System by Theory of Bifurcations’
10. Garry J Schinasi (1981), ‘A Nonlinear Dynamic Model of Short Run Fluctuations’

Part III: Endogenous Fluctuations in Neoclassical Equilibrium Models

A Cycles
11. David Gale (1973), ‘Pure Exchange Equilibrium of Dynamic Economic Models’
12. Jess Benhabib and Kazuo Nishimura (1979), ‘The Hopf Bifurcation and the Existence and Stability of Closed Orbits in Multisector Models of Optimal Economic Growth’
13. Jess Benhabib and Kazuo Nishimura (1985), ‘Competitive Equilibrium Cycles’
14. Pietro Reichlin (1986), ‘Equilibrium Cycles in an Overlapping Generations Economy with Production’
15. Bruno Jullien (1988), ‘Competitive Business Cycles in an overlapping Generations Economy with Productive Investment’

B Chaos
16. Michael J Stutzer (1980), ‘Chaotic Dynamics and Bifurcation in a Macro Model’
17. Richard H Day (1982), ‘Irregular Growth Cycles’
18. Jess Benhabib and Richard H Day (1982), ‘A Characterization of Erratic Dynamics in the Overlapping Generations Model’
19. Jean-Michel Grandmont (1985), ‘On Endogenous Competitive Business Cycles’
20. Michele Boldrin and Luigi Montrucchio (1986), ‘On the Indeterminacy of Capital Accumulation Paths’
21. Michael Woodford (1989), ‘Imperfect Financial Intermediation and Complex Dynamics’

Part IV: Recent Keynesian and Classical Developments

A Cycles
22. Anup Shah and Meghnad Desai (1981), ‘Growth Cycles with Induced Technical Change’
23. Frederick van der Ploeg (1983), ‘Predator-Prey and Neo-Classical Models of Cyclical Growth’
24. Duncan K Foley (1987), ‘Liquidity-Profit Rate Cycles in a Capitalist Economy’
25. Peter Skott (1989), ‘Effective Demand, Class Struggle and Cyclical Growth’
26. Marc Jarsulic (1989), ‘Endogenous Credit and Endogenous Business Cycles’

C Chaos
27. Matti T Pohjola (1981), ‘Stable, Cyclic and Chaotic Growth: The Dynamics of a Discrete-Time Version of Goodwin’s Growth Cycle Model’
28. R A Dana and P Malgrange (1983), ‘The Dynamics of a Discrete Version of a Growth Cycle Model’
29. Richard H Day and Wayne Shafer (1985), ‘Keynesian Chaos’
30. Hans-Walter Lorenz (1987), ‘Strange Attractors in a Multisector Business Cycle Model’
31. Richard M Goodwin (1989), ‘Nonlinear Economic Dynamics and Chaos’
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