Monetary Policy and Rational ExpectationsBook - 1987
This book puts forward the view that rational expectations have a key role in formulating economic policy and in determining economic activity, prices, interest rates, and employment rates. Arguing that economic policy crucially depends upon expectations about future government policies, the author supports his thesis by drawing on monetary theory as well as on the actual experiences of several post-World War II countries.
Publisher: New York : Praeger, c1987
Branch Call Number: HG230.3 .M33 1987x
Characteristics: x, 154 p. ; 22 cm