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Study Guide for Essentials of Economics
1st Edition - January 1, 1982
Author: J. R. Clark
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Study Guide for Essentials of Economics is a valuable support tool for the student using Essentials of Economics. It provides several important features that contribute to a good… Read more
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Study Guide for Essentials of Economics is a valuable support tool for the student using Essentials of Economics. It provides several important features that contribute to a good course which cannot be included in the standard textbook, and if used correctly it will improve understanding of, and ability to apply, economic principles to everyday decision-making. The book contains self-test questions, problems and projects, and perspectives in economics. Topics covered in the text include economic approaches, tools of the economist, supply, demand, and the market process, and money and the banking system. An answer key is provided at the end of the book. This text is intended for students of economics.
Chapter One—The Economic Approach
Chapter Two—Some Tools of the Economist
Chapter Three—Supply, Demand, and the Market Process
Chapter Four—A Bird's-Eye View of the Public Sector
Chapter Five—Taking the Nation's Economic Pulse
Chapter Six—Aggregate Equilibrium/The Multiplier and Accelerator in a Simple Keynesian Model
Chapter Seven—Fiscal Policy
Chapter Eight—Money and the Banking System
Chapter Nine—Money Keynesianism and Monetarism
Chapter Ten—Stagflation and Contemporary Macro Policy
Chapter Eleven—Demand and Consumer Choice
Chapter Twelve-Costs and the Supply of Goods
Chapter Thirteen—Pure Competition and Monopoly
Chapter Fourteen—Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
Chapter Fifteen—The Supply of and Demand for Productive Resources
Chapter Sixteen—Earnings, Skill Acquisition, and the Job Market
Chapter Seventeen—Problem Areas for the Market
Chapter Eighteen—Public Choice, Gaining from Government, and Government Failure