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Does it behave as Keynes thought of it? Does it display critical states, such as prolonged depression? What is the role of money supply? Therefore, we have not calibrated the model, and parameters have not been set so as to have the ambition of replicating real magnitudes (this exercise is left for further research). Nor have we performed any kind of robustness analysis in terms of analyzing the whole range of possible parameters’ values. This because, as already pointed out, our final aim is to take into the computer laboratory the original Keynesian set up and to check for its dynamic properties.
5 The Liquidity Preference Finally, in order to design the LM curve we have relied on Keynes’s intuition about the psychological way in which people treat money. In particular, he asserted that pessimistic people who are more doubtful about the future feel the possession of actual money as reassuring (Keynes, 1937, p. 116), and for this reason they will be more willing to use money as a store of wealth, while optimistic people will behave the opposite. This behaviour has effects on the determination of the interest rate, so of saving in good times to sustain consumption in bad times, were already in Keynes.
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A blow-up result for the periodic Camassa-Holm equation by Wahlen E.