Tom Palley has written a short note titled The Phillips Curve: Missing the Obvious and Looking in All the Wrong Places.
From the introduction:
The Phillips Curve: Missing the Obvious and Looking in All the Wrong Places
There is an old story about a policeman who sees a drunk looking for something under a streetlight and asks what he is looking for. The drunk replies he has lost his car keys and the policeman joins in the search. A few minutes later the policeman asks if he is sure he lost them here and the drunk replies “No, I lost them in the park.” The policeman then asks “So why are you looking here?” to which the drunk replies “Because this is where the light is.”That story has much relevance for the economics profession’s approach to the Phillips curve.
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