The 9 volumes in this set, originally published between 1964 and 1988, examine how governments use the instruments of macroeconomic policy in order to achieve their objectives. They include critical discussion of debates from the 1950s and 60s in the related fields of income-employment , trade cycles and general prices, and suggests various possible macro applications of mathematical programming techniques to optimization problems. They create a basis from which the specialist topics of macroeconomics can be approached and discuss the theory of economic growth and its relevance to policy for growth in developed economies.
1. Macroeconomic systems 2. Modern macroeconomics : a post Keynsian perspective 3. Macroeconomic planning 4. Macroeconomic policy in theory and practice 5. Macroeconomic analysis : essays in macroeconomics and econometric 6. Macroeconomics and Programming 7. Macro-economic policy. A comparative study. Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa 8. Macroeconomic policy : inflation, wealth and the exchange rate 9. Economic growth: analysis and policy.