Carlos Usabiaga Ibanez - The Current State of Macroeconomics

Carlos Usabiaga Ibanez – The Current State of Macroeconomics
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Carlos Usabiaga Ibanez – The Current State of Macroeconomics

Carlos Usabiaga Ibanez - The Current State of Macroeconomics

Carlos Usabiaga Ibanez – The Current State of Macroeconomics

The book provides an authoritative guide to the current state of macroeconomics and the views of the leading practitioners of the discipline. The subject is approached from three main perspectives: methodology, theory and economic policy. The focal interest of the book is its being built on extensive conversations with some of the world’s leading macroeconomists. The book is structured in two parts: the first contains a brief introduction and the transcript of the conversations, and the second presents systematic analysis of the main information they contain. The conversations cover all the major topics of macroeconomic theory, as well as questions of methodology, relationships with the real economy, academic systems and future lines of research. This book will be important supplementary reading for macroeconomics courses at different levels, and for a wider audience of researchers and scholars in economics.

About the Author

CARLOS USABIAGA IBANEZ was born in Seville, Spain in 1965. He graduated in economics in 1988 at the University of Seville, and obtained his doctorate from the same university in 1992, receiving the award of ‘Premio Extraordinario de Doctorado’. Since 1988 he has been lecturing in macroeconomics at the University of Seville, where since 1995 he has been professor of economics. He has published widely on topics related to macroeconomics and modern economic thought, and has been a Visiting Scholar at the London School of Economics and Northwestern University.

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