Economics (MindTap Course List) - 13th Edition - by Roger A. Arnold - ISBN 9781337617383
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Economics (MindTap Course List)
13th Edition
Roger A. Arnold
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337617383

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Chapter 3.3 - The Market: Putting Supply And Demand TogetherChapter 4 - Prices: Free, Controlled, And RelativeChapter 4.1 - PriceChapter 4.2 - Price ControlsChapter 4.3 - Two Prices: Absolute And RelativeChapter 5 - Supply, Demand, And Price: ApplicationsChapter 5.1 - Application 1: U-haul Rates And DemandChapter 5.2 - Application 2: Subsidizing The Consumption Of Anything Can Raise Its PriceChapter 5.3 - Application 3: 10 A. M. Classes In CollegeChapter 5.4 - Application 4: Why Do Colleges Use Gdps, Acts, And Sats, For Purpose Of AdmissionChapter 5.5 - Application 5: Why Is Medical Care So Expensive?Chapter 5.6 - Application 6: Do You Pay For Good WeatherChapter 5.7 - Application 7: The Price Of An Aisle SeatChapter 5.8 - Application 8: College SuperathletesChapter 5.9 - Application 9: Easier To Obtain Loans And Higher Housing PricesChapter 5.10 - Application 10: Speculators, Price Variability, And PatternsChapter 5.11 - Application 11: Supply And Demand On A FreewayChapter 5.12 - Application 12: Are Renters Better Off?Chapter 6 - Macroeconomic Measurements, Part I: Prices And UnemploymentChapter 6.1 - Measuring The Price LevelChapter 6.2 - Measuring UnemploymentChapter 7 - Macroeconomic Measurements, Part Ii: Gdp And Real GdpChapter 7.1 - Gross Domestic ProductChapter 7.2 - The Expenditure Approach To Computing Gdp For A Real World EconomyChapter 7.4 - Real GdpChapter 8 - Aggregate Demand And Aggregate SupplyChapter 8.2 - Aggregate DemandChapter 8.3 - Short-run Aggregate SupplyChapter 8.5 - Long Run Aggregate SupplyChapter 9 - Classical Macroeconomics And The Self Regulating EconomyChapter 9.1 - The Classical ViewChapter 9.2 - Three States Of The EconomyChapter 9.3 - The Self Regulating EconomyChapter 10 - Keynesian Macroeconomics And Economic Instability: A Critique Of The Self Regulating EconomyChapter 10.1 - Questioning The Classical Position And The Self Regulating EconomyChapter 10.2 - The Simple Keynesian ModelChapter 10.3 - The Simple Keynesian Model In The Ad-as FrameworkChapter 10.4 - The Simple Keynesian Model In The Te-tp FrameworkChapter 11 - Fiscal Policy And The Federal BudgetChapter 11.1 - The Federal BudgetChapter 11.3 - Demand Side Fiscal PolicyChapter 11.4 - Supply Side Fiscal PolicyChapter 12 - Money, Banking And The Financial SystemChapter 12.2 - Defining The Money SupplyChapter 12.3 - How Banking DevelopedChapter 12.4 - The Financial SystemChapter 13 - The Federal Reserve SystemChapter 13.1 - The Structure And Functions Of The Federal Reserve System (the Fed)Chapter 13.3 - Other Fed Tools And Recent Fed ActionsChapter 14 - Money And The EconomyChapter 14.1 - Money And The Price LevelChapter 14.2 - MonetarismChapter 14.3 - InflationChapter 14.4 - Money And Interest RatesChapter 15 - Monetary PolicyChapter 15.1 - Tansmission MechanismChapter 15.4 - Nonactivist Monetary ProposalsChapter D - Bond Prices And The Interest RateChapter 16 - Expectations Theory And The EconomyChapter 16.2 - The Controversy Begins: Are There Really Two Phillips Curves?Chapter 16.3 - Rational Expectations And New Classical TheoryChapter 16.5 - Looking At Things From The Supply Side: Real Business Cycle TheoriesChapter 17 - Economic Growth: Resources, Technology, Ideas And InstitutionsChapter 17.2 - A Production Function And Economic GrowthChapter 18 - Debates In Macroeconomics Over The Role And Effects Of GovernmentChapter 18.10 - Demand-side And Supply Side Views Of The Economy And Government Tools For The Changing Real GdpChapter 19 - ElasticityChapter 19.1 - Elasticity: Part 1Chapter 19.2 - Elasticity: Part 2Chapter 19.4 - The Relationship Between Taxes And ElasticityChapter 20 - Consumer Choice: Maximizing Utility And Behavioral EconomicsChapter 20.1 - Utility TheoryChapter 20.2 - Consumer Equilibrium And DemandChapter 20.3 - Behavioral EconomicsChapter E - Budget Constraint And Indifference Curve AnalysisChapter 21 - Production And CostsChapter 21.2 - Two Sides To Every Business FirmChapter 21.3 - ProductionChapter 21.4 - Costs Of Production: Total, Average, MarginalChapter 21.5 - Production And Costs In The Long RunChapter 22 - Perfect CompetitionChapter 22.1 - The Theory Of Perfect CompetitionChapter 22.2 - Perfect Competition In The Short RunChapter 22.3 - Perfect Competition In The Long RunChapter 22.4 - Topics For Analysis In The Theory Of Perfect CompetitionChapter 23 - MonopolyChapter 23.1 - The Theory Of MonopolyChapter 23.3 - Perfect Competition And MonopolyChapter 23.5 - Price DiscriminationChapter 24 - Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly, And Game TheoryChapter 24.1 - The Theory Of Monopolistic CompetitionChapter 24.3 - Price And Output Under Cartel TheoryChapter 25 - Government And Product Markets: Antitrust And RegulationChapter 25.1 - AntitrustChapter 25.2 - RegulationChapter 26 - Factor Markets: With Emphasis On The Labor MarketChapter 26.1 - Factor MarketsChapter 26.2 - The Labor MarketChapter 27 - Wages, Unions, And LaborChapter 27.2 - Practices Of Labor UnionsChapter 27.3 - Effects Of Labor UnionsChapter 28 - The Distribution Of Income And PovertyChapter 28.1 - Some Facts About Income DistributionChapter 28.2 - Measuring Income EqualityChapter 28.3 - Why Income Inequality ExistsChapter 28.4 - PovertyChapter 29 - Interest, Rent, And ProfitChapter 29.1 - InterestChapter 29.2 - RentChapter 29.4 - The EntrepreneurChapter 30 - Market Failure: Externalities, Public Goods, And Asymmetric InformationChapter 30.1 - ExternaliesChapter 30.2 - Internalizing ExternalitiesChapter 30.3 - Environmental PolicyChapter 30.4 - Public Goods: Excludable And NonexcludableChapter 30.5 - Asymmetric InformationChapter 31 - Public Choice And Special Interet Group PoliticsChapter 31.3 - Voters And Rational IgnoranceChapter 31.4 - More About VotingChapter 31.6 - Constitutional EconomicsChapter 32 - Building Theories To Explain Every Day Life: From Observations To Questions To Theories To PredictionsChapter 32.3 - Observation/thought 1: The Birthrates In Various Countries Are DifferentChapter 32.6 - Observation/thought 4: Criminals Are Not RationalChapter 32.10 - Observation/thought 8: People Who Give To Others Often Complain That They End Up Giving Too MuchChapter 33 - International TradeChapter 33.1 - International Trade TheoryChapter 33.2 - Trade RestrictionsChapter 34 - International FinanceChapter 34.2 - Flexible Exchange RatesChapter 34.3 - Fixed Exchange Rates

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