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Models for Dynamic Macroeconomics
 
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Models for Dynamic Macroeconomics [Kindle Edition]

Fabio-Cesare Bagliano , Giuseppe Bertola
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"This excellent book, written by two leaders of their field, provides a rigorous introduction to modern dynamic macroeconomics. It provides the modern perspective on consumption, investment and labor markets before putting it all together in models of general equilibrium as well as models of coordination failures. The book provides a much needed stepping-stone so that students can cross the gap between undergraduate textbooks and the modern literature. I recommend it highly for serious advanced undergraduate courses, as a basic text for graduate courses, and as a reference text."-Harald Uhlig, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin


About the Author


Fabio-Cesare Bagliano is currently Professor of Economics in the Faculty of Economics, University of Tunrin, having previously held other teaching positions in Turin and Teramo (Italy); in 1987-90 he held a research position at the Centre for Economic Performance (London School of Economics and Political Science). He is Associate Editor of Giornale degli Economisti e Annali di Economia and has published in the Journal of Banking and Finance, the European Economic Review, the Journal of Macroeconomics, and other academic journals and books. Giuseppe Bertola is currently Professor of Economic Policy in the Faculty of Political Science, University of Turin. He has previously held other teaching positions in Turin and visiting positions in various places, including Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of the International Finance Section, Princeton University. He is a Managing Editor of Economic Policy and Condirettore of Giornale degli Economisti e Annali di Economia. His work is published in the Review of Economic Studies, American Economic Review, the European Economic Review, and other academic journals and books.
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