Economics: Principles & Policy - 14th Edition - by William J. Baumol; Alan S. Blinder; John L. Solow - ISBN 9781337696326
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Economics: Principles & Policy
14th Edition
William J. Baumol; Alan S. Blinder; John L. Solow
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337696326

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Chapter 8 - Output, Price, And Profit: The Importance Of Marginal AnalysisChapter 8.A - The Relatiohnships Among Total, Avegrage And Marginal DataChapter 9 - The Financial Markets And The Economy: The Tail That Wags The Dog?Chapter 9.A - Buying Stocks And BondChapter 10 - The Firm And The Industry Under Perfect CompetitionChapter 11 - The Case For Free Markets: The Price SystemChapter 12 - MonopolyChapter 13 - Between Competition And MonopolyChapter 14 - Limiting Market Power: Antitrust And RegulationChapter 15 - The Shortcomings Of Free MarketsChapter 16 - Externalities, The Environment, And Natural ResourcesChapter 17 - Taxation And Resource AllocationChapter 18 - Pricing The Factors Of ProductionChapter 18.A - Discounting And Present ValueChapter 19 - Labor And Entrepreneurship: The Human InputsChapter 20 - Poverty, Inequality, And DiscriminationChapter 21 - An Introduction To MacroeconomicsChapter 22 - The Goals Of Macroeconomic PolicyChapter 22.A - How Statisticians Measure InflationChapter 23 - Economic Growth: Theory And PolicyChapter 24 - Aggregate Demand And The Powerful ConsumerChapter 24.A - National Income AccountingChapter 25 - Demand-side Equilibrium: Unemployment Or Inflation?Chapter 25.A - A The Simple Algebra Of Income Determination And The MultiplierChapter 25.B - The Multiplier With Variable ImportsChapter 26 - Bringing In The Supply Side: Unemployment And Inflation?Chapter 27 - Managing Aggregate Demand: Fiscal PolicyChapter 27.A - Graphical Treatment Of Taxes And Fiscal PolicyChapter 27.B - Algebraic Treatment Of Taxes And Fiscal PolicyChapter 28 - Money And The Banking SystemChapter 29 - Monetary Policy: Conventional And UnconventionalChapter 30 - The Financial Crisis And The Great RecessionChapter 31 - The Debate Over Monetary And Fiscal PolicyChapter 32 - Budget Deficits In The Short And Long RunChapter 33 - The Trade-off Between Inflation And UnemploymentChapter 34 - International Trade And Comparative AdvantageChapter 34.A - Supply, Demand, And Pricing In World TradeChapter 35 - The International Monetary System: Order Or Disorder?Chapter 36 - Exchange Rates And The MacroeconomyChapter 37 - Contemporary Issues In The U.s. Economy

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