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Now firmly established as one of the leading economics principles texts in the UK and Europe, this exciting new third edition of Macroeconomics by N. Gregory Mankiw (Harvard University) and Mark P. Taylor (Warwick University), has undergone some significant restructuring and reorganization to more directly match economics students’ course structures and learning and assessment needs. There are new sections covering macroeconomic topics and concepts in more depth, whilst at the same time retaining the book’s reputation for clarity, authority and real world relevance.


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Uitgever:Cengage Learning


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Part 1 Introduction to economics
1. Ten principles of economics
2. Thinking like an economist
Part 2 Supply and demand: how markets work
3. The market forces of supply and demand
4. Elasticity and its applications
5. Background to demand: the theory of consumer choice
6. Background to supply: firms in competitive markets
Part 3 The data of macroeconomics
7. Measuring a nation's income
8. Measuring the cost of living
Part 4 The real economy in the long run
9. Production and growth
10. Unemployment
Part 5 Interest rates, money and the prices in the long run
11. Saving, investment and the financial system
12. The basic tools of finance
13. The monetary system
14. Money growth and inflation
Part 6 The macroeconomics of open economics
15. Open-economy macroeconomics: basic concepts
16. A macroeconomic theory of the open economy
Part 7 Short-run economic fluctuations
17. Business cycles
18 Keynesian economics and IS-LM analysis
19. Aggregate demand and aggregate supply
20. The influence of monetary and fiscal policy on aggregate demand
21. The short-run trade-off between inflation and unemployment
22. Supply-side economics
Part 8 International macroeconomics
23. Common currency areas and European monetary union
24. The financial crisis and sovereign debt

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