„Business-cycle theorists concerned themselves with why the economy naturally generated fluctuations in employment and output, [while the rest of the profession] continued to operate on the assumption that full employment was the natural, equilibrium position for the economy.“

—  Robert Aaron Gordon, p. 340; as cited in: Thomas Cate (2013), An Encyclopedia of Keynesian Economics, Second edition. p. 347 Robert A. Gordon. The Dynamics of Economic Activity (1947) Robert A. Gordon and Lawrence Klein (eds.) Readings in Business Cycles (1965), Robert A. Gordon. Economic Growth and Instability (1974).
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