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21 September 2014

Kim, Minseong (2014): Critique of IS-LM: fiscal deficits, loanable funds, Keynesian Cross and IS-LM.

30 December 2014

Kim, Minseong (2014): Peculiar Results and Theoretical Inconsistency of New Keynesian Models.

Kim, Minseong (2014): Peculiar Results and Theoretical Inconsistency of New Keynesian Models.

Kim, Minseong (2014): Peculiar Results and Theoretical Inconsistency of New Keynesian Models.

6 January 2015

Kim, Minseong (2015): Dimensional Analysis of Production and Utility Functions in Economics.

16 December 2015

Kim, Minseong (2015): Fisherian Futures Market.

15 March 2016

Kim, Minseong (2016): Futures market approach to understanding equity premium puzzle.

29 March 2016

Kim, Minseong (2016): How accounting accuracy affects DSGE models.

Kim, Minseong (2016): How accounting accuracy affects DSGE models.

14 April 2016

Kim, Minseong (2016): The perils of first-order conditions of New Keynesian models.

16 April 2016

Kim, Minseong (2016): A simple theory of exploding household debts.

28 April 2016

Kim, Minseong (2016): Analysis of tax effects on household debts of a nation in a monetary union.

30 April 2016

Kim, Minseong (2016): Aspects of Stickiness in Understanding Inflation.

Kim, Minseong (2016): Aspects of Stickiness in Understanding Inflation.

2 May 2016

Kim, Minseong (2016): Extended Ricardian Equivalence Theorem for Helicopter Money.

17 November 2019

Kim, Minseong (2019): Re-assessing New Keynesian paradox of flexibility.

24 November 2019

Kim, Minseong (2019): Is government budget constraint binding?

1 December 2019

Kim, Minseong (2019): Firms as problem solvers: economics meets computer science.

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