I’m writing about the accepted wisdom that WWII got America out of the Great Depression. My paper has been changed so it will now be a historiographical account of this topic in the literature. I’m going to follow the links you lead me to.
However my professors told me I need to put the different schools of thoughts input in perspective. So I have to lay down an overview of the different schools of thought in the debate of this topic. From what I understand so far it is neoclassical, keynesians, monetarists and austrians. Do you know of any site, article, book that explains it. It doesn’t have been too detailed.
A standard work discussing the different views on macroeconomics is Brian Snowdon and Howard Vane, Modern Macroeconomics: Its Origins, Development, and Current State (Edward Elgar, 2005). Here is a short review of the book: