Keynesian

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a follower of the economic theories of John Maynard Keynes

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Loyo, Eduardo, 1999, "Tight money paradox on the loose: A fiscalist hyperinflation," Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, unpublished manuscript.
The key fiscalist models were developed by Leeper (1991), Sims (1994, 1996), and Woodford (1994, 1995, 1998).
3) He disagreed with Keynesian arguments regarding interest elasticities of money demand and of investment--the relationships that apparently enhanced the fiscalist position.
Thus, explaining or smoothing these fluctuations is a lot more difficult than cycle theorists, fiscalists, monetarists, and policy mavens would have us believe.
In presenting the views of monetarists and fiscalists, and weighing the pros and cons of various policy-related issues, the book will prove to be quite helpful for the policymakers of the former Eastern Bloc countries who are looking toward the West for help to lay down the strong foundations of a market-based economy.