Expectations, Employment and Prices brings Keynesian economics into the 21st century by providing a new paradigm that explains how high unemployment can persist. The book fills in logical gaps that were missing from Keynes' General Theory of Employment Interest and Money.
Roger E. A. Farmer is Professor and Department Chair at UCLA Department of Economics. He is a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research and the Centre for Economic Policy Research, and coeditor of the International Journal of Economic Theory. He is a member of the Financial Times Economists Forum, a specialist on macroeconomic theory and the author of five books and numerous scholarly articles.