〔宏观经济学专著1601〕A history of macroeconomics from Keynes to Lucas and beyond


Introduction
Part I. Keynes and Keynesian Macroeconomics
1. Keynes’s General Theory
2. Keynesian macroeconomics
3. The neoclassical synthesis program: Klein and Patinkin
4. Monetarism
5. Phelps and Friedman: the natural rate of unemployment
6. Leijonhufvud and Clower
7. Non-Walrasian equilibrium models
8. Assessment
Part II. DSGE Macroeconomics
9. Lucas and the emergence of DSGE macroeconomics
10. A methodological breach
11. Assessing Lucas
12. Early reactions to Lucas
13. Reacting to Lucas: first generation new Keynesians
14. Reacting to Lucas: alternative research lines
15. Real business cycle modeling: Kydland and Prescott’s contribution
16. Real business cycle modeling: critical reactions and further developments
17. Real business cycle modeling: assessment
18. Second generation new Keynesian modeling
Part III. A Broader Perspective
19. The history of macroeconomics against the Marshall–Walras divide
20. Standing up to DSGE macroeconomics
21. Looking back, looking ahead