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Mause I 226
Economy/Neoclassical Theory: Economic fluctuations can (...) in the sense of neo-classical theory or in the theory of real business cycles (Real Business Cycle or RBC-theory; Stadler 1994 (1)) also occur on the supply side of the goods markets if it comes to fluctuations in the provision of production factors.
Neoclassical theory: for them, what is happening on the labour markets ((s) for economic development) is important in the medium term.
NeoclassicsVsKeynesianism/NeoclassicismVsKeynesianism: Neoclassical models ((s) unlike Keynesianism, which looks at the behaviour of private households) regard the state as primarily responsible for the occurrence of economic cycles, while implying inherent stability in the private sector. An unsystematic monetary or fiscal policy leads to uncertainty and adjustment reactions of market participants, which are reflected in economic fluctuations. (See Hayek "presumption of reason", "pretense of knowledge"). See Economic Cycle/Public Choice.

1. Stadler, George W., Real business cycles. Journal of Economic Literature 32, (4) 1994, S. 1750– 1783.

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Neoclassical Economics
Mause I
Karsten Mause
Christian Müller
Klaus Schubert,
Politik und Wirtschaft: Ein integratives Kompendium Wiesbaden 2018

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