Category Archives: natural rate of inflation

Poli 610:Macro-economic theory and policy after Keynes and the crash of 2008

Pol. 610  Macro-economic policy-making after Keynes Concordia University fall, 2012 Prof. H. Chorney tel. 848 2424 ext.2106  e mail Chorney@alcor.concordia.ca Office hours tba This course is an intensive examination of macro-economic policy-making and macro-economic theory in the light of recent … Continue reading

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In search of the Non Walrasian Labour Market Model in the Age of Globalization

In Search of the non Walrasian labour market model in the era of Globalization by Harold R.Chorney, Professor, graduate program in public policy and public administration; Concordia university, Montreal, Quebec                      … Continue reading

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Restoring full Employment: The Natural Rate of Inflation versus the Natural rate of Unemployment

RESTORING FULL EMPLOYMENT:THE NATURAL RATE OF INFLATION VERSUS THE NATURAL RATE OF UNEMPLOYMENT by     HAROLD CHORNEY,GRADUATE  PROGRAM IN PUBLIC POLICY AND PUBLICADMINISTRATION,DEPT. OF POLITICAL SCIENCE , CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY, MONTREAL Paper presented to the Conference on Social Policy as if … Continue reading

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