Can free market macroeconomics be summed up in three words?
My microeconomics, econometrics, public finance, international debt, energy and ecology, and computer based modeling economics classes all teach me stuff. But as far as my macro textbooks, its mostly measuring inflation, unemployment, GDP, and figuring out the IS/LM curves and the demand for money, etc. Basically, its all Keynesian stuff.
Would a free market capitalism economic textbooks be two covers with the words "Leave everything alone" as the only three words on the inside? What else is there to learn about it? Its that simple, right?