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neoclassical synthesis


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An approach in economics, predominant in mainstream economics since the 1950s and developed primarily by John Hicks (1904–1989) and Paul Samuelson (b. 1915), that combines neoclassical microeconomics, in particular, consumer theory of individual demand, and Keynesian macroeconomics.

Subjects: Economics.


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