My New Book Coming next year : Harvard University Press

Monetary Economics and Banking in General Equilibrium.

Very exciting project.

These are my already published books:

They show elements of Macro without compromise,

with AS-AD shown in my Kendall Hunt Publishing Principles as exactly consistent with the mathematical derivation in my Pearson Financial Times Advanced Modern Macroeconomics: Theory and Application. What could be better than a properly derived Aggregate Supply and Demand that can be applied to illustrate modern Business Cycle Theory, Solow Economic Growth, and that indicates the basic comparative static exercises that go along with these near-universally accepted analyses?

For my detailed research papers there is the Routeledge Inflation Theory in Economics. These show how inflation affects growth and business  cycles for example.

And for the Absolute Peak of Economics Learning in Monetary Economics, the Havard University Press Collected Papers in Monetary Economics by Bob Lucas are unparalleled. Tom Sargent provided an incredibly insightful review of this book, discussing its many Lucas-published papers, in the Journal of Economic Literature. Don’t miss this chance to learn from the masters of economics who have laid foundations for our science.

Principles of Macroeconomics: An Evolutionary Approach

OUT NOW: Kendall Hunt Publishing, January 2017; by Max Gillman

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Advanced Modern Macroeconomics: Theory and Application

Pearson Education, Financial Times Press, 2011; by Max Gillman

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Inflation Theory in Economics: Welfare, Velocity, Growth and Business Cycles

Routledge International Studies in Money and Banking, 2009; by Max Gillman

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Collected Papers in Monetary Theory, by Robert E. Lucas, Jr.

Harvard University Press, January 2013; Edited by Max Gillman

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