By Sandye Gloria-Palermo
This ebook argues for the originality of Carl Menger's contribution to the improvement of the Austrian tuition of economics, opposed to the dominant orthodoxy within the heritage of monetary idea.
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Extra info for Evolution of Austrian Economics: From Menger to Lachmann
The position where an economy can settle is not simple to specify or predict. 87 Conventions can cast light on the properties of a suboptimal equilibrium state, the existence of which is itself of theoretical interest. These are the sorts of quotations from Keynes which catch the eye and which form the axis around which the interpretation here will gravitate. 31 On interpreting Keynes [I]t is an outstanding characteristic of the economic system in which we live that, whilst it is subject to severe fluctuations in respect of output and employment, it is not violently unstable.
Free individuals spontaneously enter into these informal relationships with each other. 82 Keynes is most explicit in his famous 1937 QJE article so stressed by Shackle. Knowing that our own individual judgment is worthless, we endeavour to fall back on the judgment of the rest of the world, which is perhaps better informed. That is, we endeavour to conform with the behaviour of the majority or the average. 83 29 On interpreting Keynes The importance of conventions is that they can promote stability and, if they are breached by a disequilibrating shock of sufficient magnitude, then the initial deviation from full employment can be amplified considerably.
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