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This chapter contains the class of multiplier-accelerator models that constitute the "traditional" mathematical business cycle models. Representative for this class of models, the basic approaches of Samuelson and Hicks will be introduced. The presentation of some modifications of these two basic models is followed by Hicks' non-linear ceilingfloor model (basically still a model relying on exogenous forces) and Kalecki's investment delay model. 1. Discrete-Time Shock-Dependent Models A time concept is called discrete if time is conceived as the succession of periods t of finite and equal length.
4. 7 in prices of 1962 Source: Deutsche Bundesbank (1973), p. 29. 4 Energy as an Additional Factor of Production The concept of potential GNP based on a production function has been improved by Rasche/Tatom (1977), who introduced energy as an additional factor of production into the production function. After the oil price shock in 1973, the supply conditions for energy resources had changed drastically in the US economy as well as in Western Europe 36 Chapter 1 DM 600r-------------------------------~ Net Domestic Product 1962 rices billion DM 550r=~-=~=-~~-=~------------~~~ - - - potential _____ actual 500~------~~~---------- __z-------__4 450r---------------~~4-------------~ 400r-------~C-----------------------~ 350 ~~---------------~ A(t) 102.
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