Part I: Phillips curve approaches and the wage-price spiral.
2. Wage-price Phillips curves and macroeconomic stability: Basic structural form, estimation and analysis (P. Flaschel, H-M. Krolzig).
3. Three wage-price macro models and their calibration (R. Franke).
4. The decomposition of the inflation-unemployment relationship by time scale using wavelets (M. Gallegati et al).
5. New Keynesian theory and the new Phillips curves: A new competing approach (P. Flaschel, E. Schlicht).
Part II: Dynamic AD-AS analysis: Qualitative features, numerics and estimation.
6. Keynesian theory and the AD-AS framework: A reconsideration (A.K. Dutt, P. Skott).
7. AD-AS and the Phillips curve: A baseline disequilibrium model (T. Asada et al).
8. Keynesian macrodynamics and the Phillips curve: An estimated model for the U.S. Economy (P. Chen et al).
9. Advanced Keynes-Metzler-Goodwin macro modeling: A calibration study (R. Franke).
Part III: Models of real-financial market interactions and capital accumulation.
10. A stochastic model of real-financial interaction with boundedly rational heterogeneous agents (C. Chiarella et al).
11. A high-dimensional model of real-financial market interaction: The cascade of stable matrices approach (C. Chiarella et al).
12. Currency crisis, financial crisis, and large output loss (P. Flaschel, W. Semmler).
13. Prosperity and stagnation in capitalist economies (T. Asada, P. Flaschel, P. Skott).
Part IV: Monetary policy and inflation targeting.
14. Keynesian dynamics without the LM curve: Implications of underlying open market operations (R. Franke).
15. Nonlinear Phillips-curves, endogenous NAIRU and monetary policy (W. Semmler, W. Zhang).
16. Inflation targeting policy in a dynamic Keynesian model with debt accumulation: A Japanese perspective (T. Asada).