First published in 1987, Evolutionary Macroecomics offers an evolutionary approach to macroecomics as an alternative to contemporary new classical and Keynesian macroecomics. In order to develop such an approach, an alternative view of the micro-foundations of macroecomics is presented. The book begins with a commentary on the state of macroecomics and an evaluation of attempts to redevelop its underlying vision of ecomic behaviour. Particular attention is paid to the treatment of expectations and anticipations. The second part of the book presents a behavioural framework which is compatible with an evolutionary perspective on ecomic behaviour. The third part of the book discusses the implications of adopting an evolutionary approach to macroecomic theory, empirical methods and policy design, culminating in a specific policy proposal to cure stagflation.