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Macroeconomics : private and public choice
James D. Gwartney ... [et al.].

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D.H. Hill Library Call Number
  Stacks (4th floor) HB171.5 .G963 2013 (Browse Shelf) Available
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  • ISBN: 9781111970628 (pbk.)
  • ISBN: 1111970629 (pbk.)
  • OCLC Number: 808381458
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents

PART 1 : The economic way of thinking. The economic approach -- Some tools of the economist -- -- PART 2 : Markets and government. Supply, demand, and the market process -- Supply and demand : applications and extensions -- Difficult cases for the market, and the role of government -- The economics of collective decision-making -- -- PART 3 : Core macroeconomics. Taking the nation's economic pulse -- Economic fluctuations, unemployment, and inflation -- An introduction to basic macroeconomic markets -- Dynamic change, economic fluctuations, and the Ad-AS model -- Fiscal policy : the Keynesian view and historical perspective -- Fiscal policy, incentives, and secondary effects -- Money and the banking system -- Modern macroeconomics and monetary policy -- Stabilization policy, output, and employment -- Creating an environment for growth and prosperity -- Institutions, policies, and cross-country differences in income and growth -- -- PART 4 : International economics. Gaining from international trade -- International finance and the foreign exchange market -- -- PART 5 : Applying the basics : special topics in economics. Government spending and taxation -- The economics of Social Security -- The stock market : its function, performance, and potential as an investment opportunity -- Great debates in economics : Keynes versus Hayek -- The crisis of 2008 : causes and lessons for the future -- Lessons from the Great Depression -- Lessons from Japan and Canada -- The Federal budget and the national debt.