IS-LM

AcronymDefinition
IS-LMInvestment Savings - Liquidity Money (macroeconomic model)
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In the 1950s and 1960s, inflation in most countries was modest, so the IS-LM model's structure, and the absence of an inflation-mechanism, was not particularly problematic.
Sportelli, "A dynamic IS-LM model with delayed taxation revenues," Chaos, Solitons and Fractals, vol.
Keynes played a more significant role in the development of the IS-LM model than any other economist.
By using the aforementioned framework, Roper and Turnovsky (1980) defined the EMP as: Where e is the interaction coefficient and defined as Contrary to model-independent approaches which assign equal weight to exchange rate, interest rate and foreign exchange reserve changes, Roper and Turnovsky's approach requires estimating six parameters from the IS-LM framework, as outlined above, for assigning weight to foreign exchange reserve component of Exchange Market Pressure.
After Hicks, several generations of economists have worked to improve the IS-LM model, and it was widely applied in the analysis of cyclical fluctuations and macroeconomic policy and forecasting.
One benefit of learning the IS-LM model is that it provides a useful instrument to examine the determinants of the effectiveness of monetary and fiscal policies in generating a short-term change in the balance of the gross domestic product (GDP).
This IS-LM model--developed mainly by John Hicks, Franco Mogdigliani, Don Patinkin and Paul Samuelson--was so compelling that it became the cornerstone of the so-called Keynesian orthodoxy.
In the context of both the IS-LM framework and the loanable funds model of interest rates, the conventional view holds that larger deficits lead to higher interest rates.
There is, we are told, a central "core of usable macroeconomics" (Solow 1997), a version of the Hicksian IS-LM as a model of demand driven business fluctuation.
Nelson, "An Optimizing IS-LM Specification for Monetary Policy and Business Cycle Analysis," NBER Working Paper No.