Economics: Private and Public Choice (MindTap Course List) - 16th Edition - by James D. Gwartney, Richard L. Stroup, Russell S. Sobel, David A. Macpherson - ISBN 9781305506725
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Economics: Private and Public Choice (M...
16th Edition
James D. Gwartney, Richard L. Stroup, Russell S. Sobel, David A. Macpherson
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305506725

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Chapter 11 - Fiscal Policy: The Keynesian View And Historical Development Of MacroeconomicsChapter 12 - Fiscal Policy, Incentives, And Secondary EffectsChapter 13 - Money And The Banking SystemChapter 14 - Modern Macroeconomics And Monetary PolicyChapter 15 - Macroeconomic Policy, Economic Stability, And The Federal DebtChapter 16 - Creating An Environment For Growth And ProsperityChapter 17 - Institutions, Policies, And Cross-country Differences In Income And GrowthChapter 18 - Gaining From International TradeChapter 19 - International Finance And The Foreign Exchange MarketChapter 20 - Consumer Choice And ElasticityChapter 21 - Costs And The Supply Of GoodsChapter 22 - Price Takers And The Competitive ProcessChapter 23 - Price-searcher Markets With Low Entry BarriersChapter 24 - Price-searcher Markets With High Entry BarriersChapter 25 - The Supply Of And Demand For Productive ResourcesChapter 26 - Earnings, Productivity, And The Job MarketChapter 27 - Investment, The Capital Market, And The Wealth Of NationsChapter 28 - Income Inequality And PovertyChapter ST1 - Government Spending And TaxationChapter ST2 - The Economics Of Social SecurityChapter ST3 - The Stock Market: Its Function, Performance, And Potential As As Investment OpportunityChapter ST4 - Keynes And Hayek: Contrasting Views On Sound Economics And The Role Of GovernmentChapter ST5 - The Great Recession Of 2008-2009: Causes And ResponseChapter ST6 - Lessons From The Great DepressionChapter ST7 - The Economics Of Health CareChapter ST8 - Earnings Differences Between Men And WomenChapter ST9 - Do Labor Unions Increase The Wages Of Workers?Chapter ST10 - The Question Of Resource ExhaustionChapter ST11 - Difficult Environmental Cases And The Role Of Government

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