O estado da macroeconomia hoje: o consenso após a síntese de sínteses

Autores

  • Sofia Vale

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34628/wp68-z384

Resumo

A macroeconomia moderna assenta num consenso em torno de um modelo Novo Keynesiano com três equações, uma IS, uma curva de Phillips e uma regra de política monetária. A concordância em torno destas funções foi marcada por um caminho sinuoso feito de debates e sínteses e contextualizado por acontecimentos económicos marcantes. Este trabalho apresenta e discute os principais contributos de diferentes autores, ao longo dos últimos 90 anos, para a definição do núcleo duro da disciplina.

Palavras-chave:

Macroeconomia, Keynes, Síntese neoclássica, Modelo novo keynesiano, JEL codes: B22, E10

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24-08-2021

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Vale, S. (2021). O estado da macroeconomia hoje: o consenso após a síntese de sínteses. Lusíada. Economia E Empresa, (28), 233–248. https://doi.org/10.34628/wp68-z384

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