Michael Kuczynski

Goodwin's Lectures on the Phillips Machine in 1963

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Keywords: A22, B22, C02, E12

From the early 1950s - when he first moved from Cambridge, Mass. to Cambridge, England - until the late 1960s, Richard Goodwin's second-year undergraduate lectures were elegantly and effectively complemented by practical demonstrations on the Cambridge version of the Phillips machine, of Keynesian policy-régime possibilities in business-cycle models. This paper attempts to recall the atmosphere and intellectual backdrop against which those lectures were delivered.

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