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Principles of Macroeconomics (MindTap Course List) 7th Edition

Principles of Macroeconomics (MindTap Course List) - 7th Edition - by N. Gregory Mankiw - ISBN 9781285165912
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Principles of Macroeconomics (MindTap C...
7th Edition
N. Gregory Mankiw
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781285165912

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Chapter 3.3 - Applications Of Comparative AdvantageChapter 4 - The Market Forces Of Supply And DemandChapter 4.1 - Markets And CompetitionChapter 4.2 - DemandChapter 4.3 - SupplyChapter 4.4 - Supply And Demand TogetherChapter 5 - Elastic And Its ApplicationChapter 5.1 - The Elasticity Of DemandChapter 5.2 - The Elasticity Of SupplyChapter 5.3 - Three Applications Of Supply, Demand, And ElasticityChapter 6 - Supply, Demand And Government PoliciesChapter 6.1 - Controls On PricesChapter 6.2 - TaxesChapter 7 - Consumers, Producers, And The Efficiency Of MarketsChapter 7.1 - Consumer SurplusChapter 7.2 - Producer SurplusChapter 7.3 - Market EfficiencyChapter 8 - Application: The Cost Of TaxationChapter 8.1 - The Oeadweight Loss Of TaxationChapter 8.2 - The Oeterminants Of The Oeadweight LossChapter 8.3 - Deadweight Loss And Tax Revenue As Taxes VaryChapter 9 - Application: International TradeChapter 9.1 - The Determinants Of TradeChapter 9.2 - The Winners And Losers From TradeChapter 9.3 - The Arguments For Restricting TradeChapter 10 - Measuring A Nation's IncomeChapter 10.1 - The Economy's Income And ExpenditureChapter 10.2 - The Measurement Of GopChapter 10.3 - The Components Of GopChapter 10.4 - Real Versus Nominal GopChapter 10.5 - Is Gop A Good Measure Of Economic Weli·Beina?Chapter 11 - Measuring The Cost Of LivingChapter 11.1 - The Consumer Price IndexChapter 11.2 - Correcting Economic Variables For th-e Effects Of InflationChapter 12 - Production And GrowthChapter 12.1 - Economic Growth Around The WorldChapter 12.2 - Productivity: Its Role And DeterminantsChapter 12.3 - Economic: Growth And Public PolicyChapter 13 - Savings,Investment And The Financial SystemChapter 13.1 - Financial Institutions In The U.S. EconomyChapter 13.2 - Saving And Investment In The National Income AccountsChapter 13.3 - The Market For Loanable FundChapter 14 - The Basic Tools Of FinanceChapter 14.1 - Present Value: Measuring The Time Value Of MoneyChapter 14.2 - Mana£in£ RiskChapter 14.3 - Asset ValuationChapter 15 - UnemploymentChapter 15.1 - Ldentifyinr UnemploymentChapter 15.2 - Job SearchChapter 15.3 - Minimum-Wage LawsChapter 15.4 - Unions And Collective BargainingChapter 15.5 - The Theory Of Efficiency WagesChapter 16 - The Monetary SystemChapter 16.1 - The Meaning Of MoneyChapter 16.2 - The Federal Reserve SystemChapter 16.4 - The Fed's Tools Of Monetary ControlChapter 17 - Money Growth And IntlationChapter 17.1 - The Classical Theory Of InflationChapter 17.2 - The Costs Of InflationChapter 18 - Open-Economy Macroeconomics: Basic ConceptsChapter 18.1 - The Lntemational Flows Of Goods And CapitalChapter 18.2 - The Price For International transaction: Real And Nominal Exchange RateChapter 18.3 - A First Theory Of ExchanR:e-Rate Determination: Purchasing Power ParityChapter 19 - A Macroeconomic Theory Of The Open EconomyChapter 19.1 - Supply And Demand For Loanable Funds And For foreign· Currency ExchangerChapter 19.2 - Eouilibrium In The Ooen EconomyChapter 19.3 - How Policies And Events Affect An Open EconomyChapter 20 - Aggregate Demand And Aggregate SupplyChapter 20.1 - Three Kev Facts About Economic FluctuationsChapter 20.2 - Explaining Short·Run Economic FluctuationsChapter 20.3 - The Aggregate Demand CurveChapter 20.4 - The Aggtegate-Supply CurveChapter 20.5 - Two Causes Of Economic FluctuationsChapter 21 - The Influence Of Monetary And Fiscal Policy On Aggregate DemandChapter 21.1 - How Monetary Policy Influences Aggregate DemandChapter 21.2 - How Fiscal Policy Influences Aggregate DemandChapter 21.3 - Using Policy To Stabilize The EconomyChapter 22 - The Short-Run Trade-off Between Inflation And UnemploymentChapter 22.1 - The Phillips CurveChapter 22.2 - Shift In The Philips curve: The Role Of ExpectationsChapter 22.3 - Shifts In The Phillips Curve: The Role Of Supply ShocksChapter 22.4 - The Cost Of Reducing InflationChapter 23 - Six Debates Over Macroeconomic PolicyChapter 23.1 - Should Monetary And Fiscal Policymakers Try To Stabilize The Economy?Chapter 23.2 - Should The Government Fight Recessions With Spending Hikes Rather Than Tax Cuts?Chapter 23.3 - Should Monetary Policy 8e Made By Rule Rather Than By Discretion?Chapter 23.4 - Should The Central Bank Aim For Zero InflationChapter 23.5 - Should The Government Balance Its Budget?Chapter 23.6 - Should The Tax Laws Be Reformed To Encourage Saving?

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With its clear and engaging writing style, PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS, Seventh Edition, continues to be one of the most popular books on economics available today. Mankiw emphasizes material that you are likely to find interesting about the economy (particularly if you are studying economics for the first time), including real-life scenarios, useful facts, and the many ways economic concepts play a role in the decisions you make every day.

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