Hohenheim Discussion Papers in Business, Economics and Social Sciences 11-2015
This study aims to introduce a new analytical macroeconomic framework, the expanded reproduction system, that combines the accumulated wisdom of several contemporary economic models while also compensating for their shortcomings. This new framework may be used to study macroeconomic phenomena from both the supply and demand side over a number of different time intervals. Furthermore, as we account for both new product and productivity innovations, we are able to account for both qualitative and quantitative developments within the economy.
Schumpeterian Economics New Classical Synthesis Macroeconomics Economic Policy