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Mause I 226
Demand/Keynesianism: In the sense of Keynesian approaches, economic fluctuations can be on the demand side of the goods markets if the spending decisions of companies and private households are driven by uncertainty and exuberance (so-called animal spirits by Keynes). Income distribution can also influence demand for goods, for example if the upper income groups have a lower marginal selling tendency than the lower income groups. (1) See Supply/Neoclassics.

1. Behringer, Jan, Christian A. Belabed, Thomas Theobald, und Till van Treeck. Einkommensverteilung, Finanzialisierung und makroökonomische Ungleichgewichte. Vierteljahreshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 82 (4), 2013, S. 203– 221.


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Keynesianism
Mause I
Karsten Mause
Christian Müller
Klaus Schubert,
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