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Systems approach to the Keynesian theory

Systems approach to the Keynesian theory

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 4 (no. 1),
p. 14-22

In this paper, the theory of John Maynard Keynes is considered on the basis of the systems approach, in particular Synergetics and Cybernetics, General System Theory and Theory of Homeostasis. This study is an attempt to classify the methods of Keynes, to distinguish backgrounds, main positions and consequences of Keynesian theory, as well as analysis of the model of the national economy from the position of the systems approach.


Keywords: Keynesian theory; systems approach; methods; backgrounds; consequences; model

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