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Neoclassical Schools (1871-today)/Definition

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A definition or brief description of Neoclassical Schools (1871-today).

School of economic theory that flourished from about 1890 until the advent of Keynesian Economics, which asserted that market forces always would lead to efficient allocation of resources and full employment.