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Economic Schools in the 20th Century?
I’m writing a paper comparing the various schools of economic thought that were prevelant in the 20th century. My goal is to discuss the most influential and important schools as well as cover a wide spectrum of thought. I need to compare at least four schools, but at most five, so which schools do you think should be included?
- The neoclassical school
- Keynesian economics
- Rational-expectations economics
- Non-structural econometrics
And, if you have any room left, the dynamic stochastic general equilibrium economics.