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  • Rational expectations theories were developed in response to perceived flaws in theories based on adaptive expectations.
  • The rational expectations theory said that expectations of inflation were equal to what actually happened, with some minor and temporary errors.
  • And in a telephone interview after winning the Nobel prize, he was quick to share the credit for rational expectations theory with others.
  • However, rational expectations theory has been widely adopted as a modelling assumption even outside of New Classical macroeconomics thanks to the work of New Keynesians such as Stanley Fischer.
  • A core assertion of rational expectations theory is that actors will seek to " head off " central-bank decisions by acting in ways that fulfill predictions of higher inflation.
  • Rational expectations theory holds that economic actors look rationally into the future when trying to maximize their well-being, and do not respond solely to immediate opportunity costs and pressures.