“This book provides an excellent introduction into dynamic macroeconomics. Its analysis is deep, self-contained, and still concise. The chapters on labor search frictions, financial frictions, and money are an extra plus and make it a superb choice for a first-year PhD or advanced Masters’ course in macroeconomics.” —Markus Brunnermeier, Edwards S. Sanford Professor of Economics, Princeton University (To be continued.) Forthcoming, MIT Press. Book page.
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Forthcoming, MIT Press. Book page.