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Our model, therefore, allows for interesting alternative stability scenarios, depending on the working of the wage-price spiral. This allows Blanchard and Katz type error correction terms, which Chen et al. (2006) found to be relevant in the case of the US economy, and employment policies pursued by firms in a Keynesian aggregate demand situation in which income distribution and the state of the labor market matter. Moreover, this model type includes interesting steady-state relationships, underlying its dynamics.

This steady-state ratio of capacity utilization is a fairly complicated function of the parameters of the model and thus depends on a variety of exogenous factors in the interaction of goods and labor market dynamics. There are, however, processes on the nominal side of the model that may modify such situations significantly. If there is accelerating inflation, the interest rate policy pursued by the central bank may not only enforce upper turning points in economic activity but also modify the economy’s steady-state position back to natural rates of employment and capacity utilization, if these rates are known to the central bank.

This provides various scenarios of disequilibrium growth that may nevertheless allow for upper, as well as lower, turning points from a global point of view, that is, that make the considered dynamics economically viable from the global point of view. In the case of a conflict-driven economy, order is established only through large fluctuations in economic activity or enforced through economic policy. 8 provides some numerical illustrations of the model. 9 points to some problems on the nominal side of the considered economy that, though they do not feed back into the real dynamics, call for an extension of the model to include interestrate effects on aggregate demand and an active Taylor interest-rate-policy rule as monetary policy, in order to tame the explosive dynamics that exist in the nominal part of the model.

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