Supply VERSUS Demand Side Economics

A Basic Pictorial – Bye Chi-Town Boys and Hello MIT

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3 Responses

  1. Nice picture graph
    Many thanks.
    DONNA

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  2. CAN ECONOMISTS AGREE?

    So – What is the core of knowledge that economists agree upon?

    ▶️ Chicago Economists

    Milton Friedman (1976)
    Friedrich Hayek (1974)
    George Stigler (1982)
    Eugene Fama (2013)
    Ronald Coase (1991)
    Gary Becker (1992)
    Robert Fogel (1993)
    Lars Peter Hansen (2013)
    Robert Lucas (1995)

    ▶️ MIT Economists

    Paul Samuelson (1970)
    Franco Modigliani (1985)
    Robert C. Merton (1997)
    George Akerlof (2001)
    Robert J. Shiller (2013)
    Joseph Stiglitz (2001)
    Amartya Sen (1998)
    Paul Krugman (2008)
    Jean Tirole (2014)

    Any thoughts?

    Dr. David E. Marcinko MBA

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  3. KEYNES

    Keynes never advocated for continuous deficit spending. In good years he recommended retiring debt. Unfortunately, politicians only see and hear what they want.

    Vince

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