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- in economics, the term microfoundations refers to the microeconomic analysis of the behavior of individual agents such as households or firms that underpins
- and invest for ****ure generations. his most seminal work inserted a microfoundation—one featuring imperfect information, incomplete knowledge and expectations
- are game theoretic approach to international policy coordination, microfoundation of international capital movements, a positive analysis of the emergence
- stochastic general equilibrium models that are explicitly based on microfoundations, often distinguish households, firms, and governments or central banks
- great depression, 1976. the problem of stagflation: reflection on the microfoundation of macroeconomic theory and policy, 1985. essays of gottfried haberler
- input is a constant fraction of total cost. crucially, there are no microfoundations for it. in the modern era, economists try to build models up from individual
- economics, volumes 1 and 2. the papers in these volumes focused mostly on microfoundations, that is, microeconomic ingredients that could produce keynesian macroeconomic
- this is in contrast with its rival new keynesian school that uses microfoundations such as price stickiness and imperfect competition to generate macroeconomic