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Does Keynesian stimulus work?

Economic history shows that the question as to whether Keynesian stimulus works was settled a long time ago. Stimulus has been used many times since World War II and worked to (MORE)

What was the keynesian theory?

basically, its the opposite of laissez-faire. it says that the government should intervene in the depressed economy in order to jump-start it. the theory behind it is that whe (MORE)

What Keynesians believe?

Keynesians generally believe that wages and prices are 'sticky', a word which here means 'slow to adjust to changes in the market'. In the short-run, Keynesians argue that the (MORE)
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Most Controversial Debate Topics for College Students

There are many reasons to select controversial topics for a college debate team--people are naturally passionate about these issues, and the ensuing debates are often lively a (MORE)

The Various Economic Causes of Unemployment

Unemployment, as you probably know, is the state of not being employed or not having a job. This state can be due to a lack of employment opportunities or a loss of jobs. Ther (MORE)

What is Keynesian Transmission Mechanism?

  The Keynesian transmission mechanism is the process whereby changes in the monetary sector (increase or decrease in the interest rate i) have an impact in the real secto (MORE)

What is the difference between social keynesianism and commercial keynesianism?

  Social Keynesianism is the idea that the gov't should stimulate consumption by acting a a regulatory agent in the economy, i.e. regulating monopolies and cartels, bailin (MORE)

What is keynesian model?

The Keynesian economic model is the view that economic output in  the short term is highly influenced by the amount of spending  taking place in the economy. In the Keynesia (MORE)