A Note on the Phillips Curve in South African and other Text Books
Rossouw and Marais (2018) describe misrepresentation in textbooks widely used in South Africa, regarding the work of A.W. Phillips on his famous curve. The value of their discussion is noted, and it is suggested that the matter can be taken further. The current note provides further related information on these matters.
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