This book collects Frank Hahn's less technical essays on economic theory. Marked by his unique blend of style, wit, and principle, they explore the concept of equilibrium and its usefulness, the problematic role of money in the general equilibrium framework, and the shortcomings of monetarists, rational expectation ists, and neoRicardians.
Frank Hahn is Professor of Economics at Cambridge University. His critique of monetarism, Money and Inflation, is an MIT Press paperback.
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