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In one of the foremost critiques of the widespread view that in market-based economics the fl uctuations of the marketplace are essentially self-regulating, Eli Ginzberg argues the reverse. He asserts that government regulation or intervention to provide stability in the capitalist marketplace is a necessity. In this classic statement of macroeconomic theory, Ginzberg argues that self-directed stable economies, devoid of an appreciation of social and psychological factors, are essentially illusory.

The Illusion of Economic Stability 2003, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780765805485

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