Two Revolutions in Economic Policy

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Two Revolutions in Economic Policy

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Contributions James Tobin (Editor, Introduction)
Murray Weidenbaum (Editor, Introduction)
Robert Solow (Introduction)
William Niskanen (Introduction)
William Poole (Introduction)
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First Sentence The first weeks after the January 20 inauguration of a new Administration are hectic.
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Isbn10 0262700344
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Languages /languages/eng
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Number Of Pages 543
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Physical Dimensions 9.2 x 6 x 1 inches
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Publish Date June 29, 1988
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Publishers The MIT Press
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Subjects Economics
Business & Economics
Politics / Current Events
Development - Economic Development
Economics - General
Business & Economics / Economics / General
Reagan, Ronald
(John Fitzgerald),
Economic policy
Kennedy, John F
Kennedy, John F.
United States
Subtitle The First Economic Reports of Presidents Kennedy and Reagan
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Title Two Revolutions in Economic Policy
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Two Revolutions in Economic Policy
Authors James Tobin
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Categories Business & Economics
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Description The juxtaposition of Kennedy and Reagan approaches to economic problems is particularly instructive in that they express the two major - and quite different - approaches of macroeconomic policy in the past three decades: the 1962 Kennedy Camelot which relied on traditional Keynesian economics, and the 1982 Reagan program which called for a supplyside solution to the country's economic difficulties. From today's vantage point it is useful to compare what these two different groups of economic advisors planned to do, what they did, and what the results were.James Tobin, who received the Nobel Prize in economics in 1981, is Sterling Professor of Economics at Yale. His Essays in Economics, collected in three volumes, are available from The MIT Press. Murray L. Weidenbaum is Director of the Center for the Study of American Business and Mallinckrodt Distinguished University Professor at Washington University.
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Page Count 533
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Published Date 1988
Publisher MIT Press
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Subtitle The First Economic Reports of Presidents Kennedy and Reagan
Title Two Revolutions in Economic Policy

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