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Hi guys, just wanted some help in understanding "Non-Keynesian Economics Theory" ... Thanks!
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Hi guys, just wanted some help in understanding "Non-Keynesian Economics Theory" ... Thanks!
There are tons of branches of Non-Keynesian Economic Theory. For starters, Keynesian economic theory is predominantly focused in the Macroeconomic subsection of Economics so Micro-focused theory would fit your request but I doubt is what you're after.

The most famous counter-view to Keynesian theory would be the Austrian school of economic thought, which is generally based on a individualistic approach to macroeconomic theory.

Even in this, there is a ton of theories within this school so it is worth considering more specific aspects of macroeconomic theory that you want to discuss. For example, fiscal policy is an area where Keynesian and Austrian perspectives are seen as particularly contrasting to each other. If you have an idea of such an area to explore, I'm sure we can provide an overview of some perspectives.
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