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Travelling adventure on A neoclassical equilibrium model basically assumes that the market acts as an impersonal auctioneer that constantly adjusts prices so that demand always equals supply, and that no transactions take place at wrong (that is, non-market-clearing) prices. This view is shared by the neoclassical synthesis version of Keynesian economics with the only difference being the possibility of some price rigidities, especially in the labor market and/or the liquidity trap. The dynamic disequilibrium perspective rejects this whole approach and replaces it with the notion that since business conditions (and expectations thereof) are constantly changing, market transactions inevitably have to be carried out under non-market-clearing prices. In this view of the economic world, discrepancies between supply and demand decisions are omnipresent and universal. Whenever demand is less than supply or vice versa, the actual volume of transactions is rationed by the smaller of the two, leaving some consumers or some suppliers with unsatisfied demand or unsold supplies. The general guiding principle is that money buys goods but goods do not buy money, so that income and effective demand depend on monetary factors and liquidity preference. Some ideas from this dynamic disequilibrium approach (although recast in equilibrium terms) have been since absorbed into modern macroeconomics in the form of cash-in-advance models and models incorporating concepts from search theory. Travelling adventure 2016.

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