By Rudy Van Zijp
"Austrian and New Classical enterprise Cycle Theories" goals to make an immense contribution to contemporary advancements in macroeconomic conception. within the final twenty years, economics has event a awesome shift in concentration. Keynesian macroeconomics, not less than in its Hickian IS?LM model, has been the ruling orthodoxy due to the fact global conflict II. even though it was once occasionally heavily challenged by means of monetarism, it retained its dominant place till the Nineteen Seventies. In that decade, despite the fact that, monetarist feedback acquired help from different study traditions - the Austrian college and New Classical Economics, which under pressure the allocative potency of markets. Rudy van Zijp seriously compares those traditions. He builds his argument on very cautious and sustained research of advancements within the Austrian and new-classical factors of cyclical fluctuations, pushing aside the declare that the enterprise cycle theories of the 2 traditions are easily diversifications on a subject. After a entire description of what he phrases the Hayek Programme and the Lucas Programme, he concludes by means of contrasting different goals and strategies of the 2 traditions
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The only reasonable test of praxeology thus is a test of its logical consistency. Hence the praxeological conclusions and theorems need not be tested empirically. 3 According to Mises (1949 (1966), pp. 232 - 34), economics is that part of the social sciences which is concerned with market phenomena. It builds on the praxeological theorems. The question then arises whether the economic propositions are also true and need not be tested. The answer to this question will depend on the relationship between the economic theorems and those of praxeology.
11 He tackled it by referring to the notion of time. Individuals determine their demand for money on the basis of its value as determined in the market yesterday. Obviously this leads to a problem of infinite regress. The question then remains what determined this 'objective value' of money at first. Mises solved this problem by indicating that a good can only become money if it already possesses exchange value based on some other productive or consumptive function it performs. 12 That is, he explains the value of money by referring to the non-monetary purposes which the money good used to have in the past.
The problem of circularity holds that the concept of stages of production is meaningless because production takes place in a circular manner. 12 That is, it claims that there is no unambiguous 'verticality' which characterizes production in advanced industrial economic systems. 13 Skousen ( 1990, p. 155) acknowledged that in such systems it is difficult to classify all goods unambiguously, but he maintained that this does not mean that the concept of structure of production becomes meaningless.
Austrian and New Classical Business Cycle Theories: A Comparative Study Through the Method of Rational Reconstruction by Rudy Van Zijp