Definition of neo-classical economics

School of economic thought that gained prominence at Cambridge University in the late 19th Century. It gave analytical depth to the ideas of the classical economists, developing the theories of equilibrium, elasticity and monopoly. Supplanted by Keynesian economics after the Second World War but came back into fashion with the monetarism of the late 20th Century.

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