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I'm surprised this article is an orphan, considering how important the Lucas-Island model is. Phillips curve and Aggregate demand could link here, as this model is an alternate derivation of those curves. Walrasian auction could also link here (or vice versa) because this model is a Walrasian model--it assumes the existence of a Walrasian auctioneer, the "merchant" that goes to every island to tell the farmers what the market price is. Also, the necessity of this Walrasian assumption is a modern critic of the model. --gwc (talk) 22:14, 25 May 2009 (UTC)
I have linked the Phillip's curve page by adding a "See Also" section. Could you suggest some more readings on this topic? Thanks. Goldlionist (talk) 22:34, 20 September 2011 (UTC)Goldlionist
planning to adopt this topic under Wikipedia Education Project India
Hi. I'm a student of economics in Symbiosis School of Economics, Pune, India and am leaving a message for the watchers of this page.I must adopt article under the Wiki Education Program as stated in the heading and will be conducting research on this model in the next month and a half. I'm on a deadline. Please visit my user page for more details on this project. Pardon me I'm a newbie. Goldlionist (talk) 22:51, 20 September 2011 (UTC)Goldlionist
My article needs the eyes and ears of a non-economist spectator. Any suggestions? Anybody?! Goldlionist (talk) 21:43, 12 November 2011 (UTC)Goldlionist