Tag: macroeconomics

From Keynes to Lucas, and Beyond

A History of Macroeconomics, by Michel De Vroey.  Cambridge University Press, 2016. De Vroey’s book reads like a travelogue recounting his life journey as a macroeconomist, and his considered response to key texts he encountered along the way.  Always thoughtful and penetrating, he stimulates this reader to reflect anew on how we got to where […]