Economics


The below diagram and the associated model represents the author's interpretation of Keynes' "General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money". It is a dynamic interpretation that views economic growth as building upon savings, investment and capital accumulation, much like Robert Solow's famous growth models. The focus is on the feedback structures within an economy that drive economic growth, employment and income.

The Macro Economics 101 model simulator (link on this page) provides the economics student the ability to use this model to explore how population growth, money growth and government spending growth may affect capital accumulation, income and employment.

All the letters, papers, and models listed in the writings section follow from the associated modeling work.



Writings:

Inflation Isn't the Path...

Where France Goes...

Our Anemic Recovery

A Policy Proposal



Macroeconomics 101

Gist of Growth & Our Malaise

Private Investment

Opportunity Cost of Deficits

Prosperity, or Not

Income Concentration

Gov to Economic Rescue

What Stimulus?

The Multiplier

Models:

Macro Economics 101

Macro USA

Solow Growth Model

Endogenous Growth Model