Human Psychology And Economic Fluctuation: A New Basic Theory of Human Economics by H. TamuraHuman Psychology And Economic Fluctuation: A New Basic Theory of Human Economics by H. Tamura

Human Psychology And Economic Fluctuation: A New Basic Theory of Human Economics

byH. Tamura

Hardcover | June 6, 2006

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This book incorporates human psychology into economic analysis. It constructs a new basic structure model of economic circulation, analyzes the direct relationship between human psychology and economic fluctuation, and provides a framework in which output and the allocation of resources are simultaneously determined.
HIDEAKI TAMURA is an assistant to the Director of The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ. The study reflects his own successive observations during the disheartening post-bubble economic period known as 'the lost decade' that arose in Japan from the early-1990s.
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Title:Human Psychology And Economic Fluctuation: A New Basic Theory of Human EconomicsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:200 pagesPublished:June 6, 2006Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230004822

ISBN - 13:9780230004825

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Table of Contents

The Human Income-Expenditure Balance Fundamentals of the Theory of Diminishing Utility Analysis of a Non-Monetary Economy Extension to Analysis of a Monetary Economy Human Psychology and Economic Fluctuation The Effectiveness of Aggregate Demand Management Policy Dynamic Analysis of Demand Psychology and Policy Implications A Summary of our Theoretical Framework

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'This book expresses mathematically what can be referred to as one of the basic, classic questions of economics, namely, the theme of 'the continuous harmonisation between desire and appropriation' and constructs a model that arguably succeeds in doing so.' - Tsutomu Okawa, Emeritus Professor of Osaka City University, Japan and co-author, with Xiaotong Zhang (Professor of Nankai University, China), of Cointegration and Error Correction: Theory and Application with Mathematica