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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Keynesian theory.
See also changes related to Keynesian theory, or pages that link to Keynesian theory or to this page or whose text contains "Keynesian theory".

Index

See the related articles subpage to the article on economics [1] for an index to topics referred to in the economics articles.

Parent topics

  • Economics [r]: The analysis of the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. [e]
  • Macroeconomics [r]: The study of the behaviour of the principal economic aggregates, treating the national economy as an open system. [e]
  • Economic models [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Fiscal policy [r]: Policy concerning public expenditure, taxation and borrowing and the provision of public goods and services, and their effects upon social conduct, the distribution of wealth and the level of economic activity. [e]
  • Monetarism [r]: a theory that explains inflation as the inevitable consequence of an increase in the money supply. [e]
  • Monetary policy [r]: The economic policy instrument that is regularly used to stabilise the economy, and that has sometimes been used as a temporary expedient to relieve severe credit shortages. [e]

Other related topics

  • Fiscal policy [r]: Policy concerning public expenditure, taxation and borrowing and the provision of public goods and services, and their effects upon social conduct, the distribution of wealth and the level of economic activity. [e]
  • Expectations [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Interest rate [r]: The difference between the present and future value of money, expressed as a percentage of current value. [e]
  • IS-LM model [r]: Model of simultaneous equilibrium in the product and money markets - shown graphically as two intersecting interest rate/spending graphs, one depicting the investment/savings (I/S) relation and the other the liquidity/money (L/M) supply relation (also known as the Hicks-Hansen model). [e]