Palgrave 2004, 248 s. ISBN 0333777611
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Zagler investigates the interaction
between changes in the level of unemployment and changes in the economic rate of
growth. It asks, both in theory and in evidence, whether a change in the growth
rate of the economy will affect the level of unemployment which the economy
experiences and whether a decline in the level of unemployment will foster or
deteriorate the growth performance of the economy.
PART I: THEORY
A Model of Economic Growth
and Structural Change
Structural Change and Search Frictions
Wage Accords Promote Growth and Employment?
Aggregate Demand and Keynesian
PART II: EVIDENCE
Job Creation and Destruction
Causality between Economic Growth and Unemployment
The Dynamics of Economic
Growth and Unemployment
Conclusions and Policy Recommendations
BiographiesMARTIN ZAGLER is Associate Professor of Economics at the Vienna
University of Economics and Business Administration, Austria and visiting
professor at the Free University of Bozen/Bolzano. He has published in a number
of learned journals and is the author of Endogenous Growth, Economic Policy,
and Market Failures.