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The empirical literature on the direct tests of the REH is vast and is still growing. The results of some of these studies are reviewed by Holden et al. (1985) and Lovell (1986). A guide to modern economics 30 In general the studies do not support the REH. There is a clear need for the development of other models of expectations formation that allow for incomplete learning and are in better accord with the available data on survey expectations. We should also consider ways of improving the quality of survey expectations by paying closer attention to the problem of compilation and the processing of survey data.
SAWYER I am grateful to Philip Arestis for comments on an earlier draft. g. pricing). 3 The coverage of this chapter is also limited in (at least) one other respect: namely, we do not discuss development and growth. This is a serious omission since many post-Keynesian writers have stressed the dynamic nature of capitalist economies and the need for an analysis which overcomes the shortcomings of static equilibrium analysis. 5 The first is the relevance of aggregate demand for the deteramination of the level of economic activity, which involves the rejection of Say’s law for a monetary economy.
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