Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Andrew Young has an empirical analysis of ABCT

A while back I suggested that people interested in empirically testing ABCT should start poking around the BEA's input-output table website.

Andrew Young apparently agrees. I am looking forward to reading this paper.


  1. Off-topic: here is a statement I make in an article I am writing. This is mostly paraphrased from something I remember reading. Do you recognize this?

    "Neither would Keynes necessarily disagree with the more general concepts of macroeconomic coordination during times of full employment. Keynes’ concerns primarily dealt with periods marked by a dramatic fall in effective demand."

    I'm trying to reference it back to wherever I got it from.

  2. Hmmm - I don't know off hand where that would come from.

  3. I hate it when that happens. When I know I want to remember something but I can't remember where I got it from. It's usually always the things that I should have bookmarked/taken notes of, but didn't...



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