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Theoretical debates on the Phillips Curve and monetary policy

Discuss the theoretical debates regarding the trade-off known as the Phillips curve and its use as a tool to operationalize monetary policy. Most of the Essay written 2000 words essay Masters level Must have a masters degree in economics or political economy
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