La Macroeconomía dinámica: un modelo numérico didáctico
Posada, Carlos E.
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Teaching Dynamic Macroeconomics at undergraduate university courses relies exclusively on intuitive prose and graphics depicting behaviors and steady states of the main markets of the economy. But when the case of "forward-looking" agents and the macroeconomic implications of their actions are discussed, a priori intuitions and graphical representations offered to students may be misleading and may lead to confusing or unsupported conclusions. This happens even if the professor and his students use the chapter of Dynamic Macroeconomics of one of the most didactic and ordered texts ever published: Williamson (2014). In this paper I try to show this assertion.