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dc.contributor.authorVelupillai, Vela.en
dc.identifier.citationVelupillai, V., (2004) "Hicksian Visions and Vignettes on (Non-Linear) Trade Cycle Theories" (Working Paper No. 0082) Department of Economics, National University of Ireland, Galway.en
dc.description.abstractHicks theorized about the trade cycle, from many perspectives, over the whole span of his long, fertile and distinguished profes- sional life. Beginning with thoughts on an equilibrium approach to the problem of the trade cycle in the early 30s, traversing1 those disequilibrium workhorses of macrodynamics, IS-LM and Multiplier- Accelerator models, he returned, in hunted hare fashion, to a Robert- sonian starting point. In this paper I attempt to construct a math- ematical tapestry of some of these Hicksian visions and vignettes, concentrating on (non-linear) trade cycle theories. I suggest that there are still pearls of analytical wisdom, on the non-linear dynam- ics of trade cycle theory, to be extracted from A Contribution to the Theory of the Trade Cycle (CTTC). The unlikely link between the way an economic conundrum, inherent in CTTC, was resolved and the resolution of (Part B of) Hilbert s 16th Problem for Liénard s equation is brie y mentioned.en
dc.publisherNational University of Ireland, Galwayen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesWorking Paper;No. 0082en
dc.subjectNon-Linear trade cycle theoriesen
dc.subjectMathematical business cycle theoriesen
dc.subjectHicksian models of the trade cycleen
dc.titleHicksian Visions and Vignettes on (Non-Linear) Trade Cycle Theoriesen
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