The General Theory Ch. 9
short chapter necessitates a historical detour
“[T]he "long-run" implications of current forecasting models are without content, and the short-term forecasting ability of these models provides no evidence of the accuracy to be expected from simulations of hypothetical policy rules.” – Robert Lucas, Econometric Policy Evaluation: A Critique
“Why did you spend the '90s cowering?
Why did you spend the '9…
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