28 The Wooden Horse: Reconsidering Frisch 4.2 THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE MODEL It is well known, and part of the folklore of the history of economic thought, that the term ‘macrodynamics’ was first introduced by Frisch himself in PPIP. As known, in PPIP, Frisch suggested that in con
Frisch, R., ‘Propagation Problems and Impulse Problems in Dynamic Economics’, in Essays in Honour of Gustav Cassel (George Allen & Unwin, London, 1933) pp. 171–205. Google Scholar Frisch, R. and H. Holme, ‘The Characteristic Solutions of a Mixed Difference and Differential Equation Occurring in Economic Dynamics’, Econometrica , 3 (1935) pp. 225–39.
The contribution of Ragnar Frisch to economics has been extensively and deeply analyzed. His specific work ‘Propagation Problems and Impulse Problems in Dynamic Economics’ (henceforth PPIP
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An added goal to the thesis was to inspect the economist Stefano Zambelli’s criticism of PPIP in his two papers.The Wooden Horse that Wouldn’t Rock: Reconsidering Frisch.
UCLA Economics Working Papers 623, UCLA Department of Economics – 1991 and A Rocking Horse That Never Rocked: Frisch’s ”Propagation Problems and …
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