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A Concise Guide to Macroeconomics by David A. Moss Book Summary:
Geared toward executives and managers, a revised guide explains important concepts in macroeconomics using detailed examples from history and helps break down how the economy really works and what impact it has on the business world. 12,500 first printing.
Macroeconomics by Felipe Larraín B. Book Summary:
An accessible introduction to the basics of macroeconomics and how it affects the local and global economies. Macroeconomics takes a broad perspective on the economy of a country or region; it studies economic changes in the aggregate, collecting data on production, unemployment, inflation, consumption, investment, trade, and other aspects of national and international economic life. Policymakers depend on macroeconomists' knowledge when making decisions about such issues as taxes and the public budget, monetary and exchange rate policies, and trade policies—all of which, in turn, affect decisions made by individuals and businesses. This volume in the MIT Press Essential Knowledge series offers an introduction to the basics of macroeconomics accessible to the noneconomist. Readers will gain the tools to interpret such economic events as the 2008 financial meltdown, the subsequent euro crisis, and the current protectionist dynamics seen in some developed countries. The author, an academic economist and two-time Chilean Finance Minister, devotes a substantial part of his analysis to economic development, explaining why some countries achieve continuing economic growth while others become stagnant. He discusses the links between economic activity and employment; employment and unemployment rates; factors behind economic growth; money, inflation, and exchange rate systems; fiscal deficits; balance of payment crises; consumption and savings; investment decisions; fiscal policy; and the process of globalization and its macroeconomic implications.
Macroeconomics: Theory and Policy by Agarwal Vanita Book Summary:
Macroeconomics: Theory and Policy provides students with comprehensive coverage of all the essential concepts of macroeconomics. A balanced approach between theoretical and mathematical aspects of the subject has been adopted to ensure ease and clarity in learning. The book brings classroom teaching directly to the student with the friendly language that it uses. The purpose behind this book is not only to make the study of macroeconomics simple for the students but to enable them to apply it to everyday situations and the prevailing economic state of affairs. The wide coverage of topics has been designed for use in courses on macroeconomics at the undergraduate level of Indian universities.
Macroeconomics by William Boyes,Michael Melvin Book Summary:
Equip your students with a solid global understanding of macroeconomic principles as you introduce the latest thinking of economists on important macroeconomic phenomena with Boyes/Melvin's MACROECONOMICS, 10E. Now you can clearly illustrate the connections between key macroeconomic principles and actual business practices with this book's reader-friendly approach, carefully integrated learning features, memorable examples, and unique global emphasis. Timely revisions and the latest macroeconomic statistics ensure you are teaching using the most recent data and developments. Revised macroeconomics materials emphasize the fundamentals and the practical application of concepts to current events. New macroeconomics coverage highlights the recent financial crisis and its global implications. Your students gain in-depth understanding of globalization and its impact on economic growth and poverty. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Macroeconomics by Errol D'Souza Book Summary:
Errol D'Souza's Macroeconomics helps students realize the connections between theoretical frameworks and the actual behaviour of the economy; enables instructors to teach macroeconomics concepts within the context of both the Indian and global economy; and provides policymakers with material from current research in macroeconomics. The focus of the book rests on the analysis of macroeconomic thought in terms of the intuition and underlying logic that forms its basis. This book has been designed to help readers think independently about real-world situations, by helping them master the basic technical tools that enable them to do this. At a conceptual level, the book focuses on the most current and relevant issues, while also understanding the fluidity of the subject.
Macroeconomics by Roger LeRoy Miller,David D. VanHoose Book Summary:
Providing the most current and complete treatment of business-to-business marketing, this comprehensive marketleader captures and integrates the latest developments in market analysis, relationship management, supply chainmanagement, marketing strategy development, and electronic commerce. Popular in both the United States and Europe since its first edition, the book provides expanded treatment of relationship strategies, the technology adoption life cycle, strategy formulation in high-tech industries, new product and service development for business markets, and Internet strategies.
Macroeconomics by Merton H. Miller,Charles W. Upton Book Summary:
"Miller and Upton is by far the most cited macroeconomics text in front line academic research journals over the last ten years. It has become a contemporary classic."—Roger C. Kormendi, University of Michigan "The most innovative approach to introducing macroeconomics that I have seen. . . . A 'classic' in the sense that every serious student of macroeconomics is likely to want it in his or her library."—John P. Gould, University of Chicago "The task the authors set out to perform is ambitious: to write a macroeconomics textbook structured around a neoclassical growth model. And in this task they have succeeded."—Clifford W. Smith, Jr., Journal of Finance "This is a superb book. As a vehicle for teaching economics I have to place it right behind Henderson and Quant (Microeconomics) and Dorfman, Samuelson, and Solow (Linear Programming). Moreover, it is an exciting book both to read and to think about. . . . It is not just that these authors have something to say, but their way of saying it is generally superior."—F. E. Banks, Kyklos
Macroeconomics by Michael Burda,Charles Wyplosz Book Summary:
Macroeconomics teaches students to be young economists, providing a contemporary approach to the subject and a wealth of real-life case studies to allow students to understand how economics works in practice. Responding to the financial crisis, this text explains the modern approach to macroeconomics with simplicity and rigour, while retaining the focus on particular characteristics of the European economy. The authors analyse different theoretical approaches and contextualise theory with up-to-date monetary policy examples. Helpful learning features throughout the text including; boxes, chapter summaries, key concepts, end of chapter exercises, and essay questions, support students' learning, and the book is accompanied by an extensive Online Resource Centre designed to help students take their learning further. Online Resource Centre: Student Resources: Sample exam questions Multiple choice questions Review questions Web appendices Web links Lecturer Resources: Power Point slides Excel based exercises for macroeconomic modelling Lecture plans Case studies Revision questions Solutions to end-of-chapter exercises Test bank VLE cartridge
Lectures on Macroeconomics by Class of 1941 Professor of Economics Olivier Blanchard,Olivier J. Blanchard,Stanley Fischer,OLIVIER AUTOR BLANCHARD Book Summary:
The main purpose of Lectures on Macroeconomics is to characterize and explain fluctuations in output, unemployment and movement in prices. Lectures on Macroeconomics provides the first comprehensive description and evaluation of macroeconomic theory in many years. While the authors' perspective is broad, they clearly state their assessment of what is important and what is not as they present the essence of macroeconomic theory today.The main purpose of Lectures on Macroeconomics is to characterize and explain fluctuations in output, unemployment and movement in prices. The most important fact of modern economic history is persistent long term growth, but as the book makes clear, this growth is far from steady. The authors analyze and explore these fluctuations. Topics include consumption and investment; the Overlapping Generations Model; money; multiple equilibria, bubbles, and stability; the role of nominal rigidities; competitive equilibrium business cycles, nominal rigidities and economic fluctuations, goods, labor and credit markets; and monetary and fiscal policy issues. Each of chapters 2 through 9 discusses models appropriate to the topic. Chapter 10 then draws on the previous chapters, asks which models are the workhorses of macroeconomics, and sets the models out in convenient form. A concluding chapter analyzes the goals of economic policy, monetary policy, fiscal policy, and dynamic inconsistency. Written as a text for graduate students with some background in macroeconomics, statistics, and econometrics, Lectures on Macroeconomics also presents topics in a self contained way that makes it a suitable reference for professional economists.
Macroeconomics by Douglas McTaggart,Christopher Findlay,Michael Parkin Book Summary:
High quality, engaging content for students…ultimate flexibility for educators The seventh edition of this benchmark Australian text continues to offer students a comprehensive and relevant introduction to economics whilst offering educators the ability to customise and deliver content – your way. Economics 7th edition provides a streamlined approach to study and recognises the difficulties some students may face in comprehending key concepts. By leaving the more technical content and application until later, students can enjoy the more exciting policy material from the beginning and engage with the content early. Through compelling examples, clear explanations and the latest instructive on-line resources, the text draws students into the content and reinforces learning through practice and solving problems which are relevant to them. The authors train students to think about issues in the way real economists do, and learn how to explore difficult policy problems and make more informed decisions by offering a clear introduction to theory and applying the concepts to today’s events, news, and research.
Macroeconomics by Nils Gottfries Book Summary:
Macroeconomics presents a new approach to macroeconomics, based on microeconomic foundations combined with Keynesian-style short-run policy analysis. The book features: • A pronounced international stance, systematically presenting data from several countries • Consistent treatment of the long and short run and the closed and open economy • A highly relevant approach that takes account of market imperfections and rigidities, which characterize real economies • Up-to-date chapters on EMU, business cycles, institutions and policy, and financial markets and crises • End of chapter summaries, exercises with varying levels of difficulty, plus appendices providing extension material Written in a clear and direct style, Gottfries's Macroeconomics is the ideal textbook for students who seek a thorough understanding of modern macroeconomics in preparation for work or further study.
Macroeconomics in Context by Neva Goodwin,Jonathan M. Harris,Julie A. Nelson,Brian Roach,Mariano Torras Book Summary:
Macroeconomics in Context lays out the principles of macroeconomics in a manner that is thorough, up to date, and relevant to students. Like its counterpart, Microeconomics in Context, the book is attuned to economic realities--and it has a bargain price. The in Context books offer affordability, engaging treatment of high-interest topics from sustainability to financial crisis and rising inequality, and clear, straightforward presentation of economic theory. Policy issues are presented in context--historical, institutional, social, political, and ethical--and always with reference to human well-being.
Macroeconomics by Andrew B. Abel,Ben Bernanke,Dean Croushore Book Summary:
ALERT: Before you purchase, check with your instructor or review your course syllabus to ensure that you select the correct ISBN. Several versions of Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products exist for each title, including customized versions for individual schools, and registrations are not transferable. In addition, you may need a CourseID, provided by your instructor, to register for and use Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products. Packages Access codes for Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products may not be included when purchasing or renting from companies other than Pearson; check with the seller before completing your purchase. Used or rental books If you rent or purchase a used book with an access code, the access code may have been redeemed previously and you may have to purchase a new access code. Access codes Access codes that are purchased from sellers other than Pearson carry a higher risk of being either the wrong ISBN or a previously redeemed code. Check with the seller prior to purchase. -- This book is intended for the intermediate macroeconomics course. This book is also suitable for all readers interested in the field of macroeconomics. Abel, Bernanke, and Croushore present macroeconomic theory in a way that prepares students to analyze real macroeconomic data used by policy makers and researchers. With a balanced treatment of both classical and Keynesian economics, the comprehensive coverage makes it easy for instructors to align chapters to fit their own syllabi. Students in this course often struggle to see how the macroeconomic models compare to one another, and fit into the big picture. This text uses a unified approach based on a single economics model that provides students with a clear understanding of macroeconomics and its classical and Keynesian assumptions. The main objective of the eighth edition is to keep the book fresh and up-to-date, especially in light of the recent crises in the United States and Europe and many new tools used by the Federal Reserve in response to the crisis. To reflect recent events and developments in the field, revisions have been made throughout the text, and additional new applications, boxes, and problems are included. 0133407926 / 9780133407921 Macroeconomics Plus NEW MyEconLab with Pearson eText -- Access Card Package Package consists of 0132992280 / 9780132992282 Macroeconomics 0132993325 / 9780132993326 NEW MyEconLab with Pearson eText -- Access Card -- for Macroeconomics Note: MyEconLab is not a self-paced technology and should only be purchased when required by an instructor.
Methodological Foundations of Macroeconomics by Allessandro Vercelli Book Summary:
An investigation of the methodological and epistemological foundations of macroeconomic theory. The author compares the two main alternative research programmes in macroeconomics: that outlined by Keynes in his 'General Theory', and that suggested by Lucas, the leader of the new classical economists. He concludes that a Keynesian conception of macroeconomics as a discipline autonomous from microeconomics and open to theoretical and methodological innovation should be defended.
Dynamic Macroeconomic Theory by Thomas J. Sargent Book Summary:
The tasks of macroeconomics are to interpret observations on economic aggregates in terms of the motivations and constraints of economic agents and to predict the consequences of alternative hypothetical ways of administering government economic policy. General equilibrium models form a convenient context for analyzing such alternative government policies. In the past ten years, the strengths of general equilibrium models and the corresponding deficiencies of Keynesian and monetarist models of the 1960s have induced macroeconomists to begin applying general equilibrium models. This book describes some general equilibrium models that are dynamic, that have been built to help interpret time-series of observations of economic aggregates and to predict the consequences of alternative government interventions. The first part of the book describes dynamic programming, search theory, and real dynamic capital pricing models. Among the applications are stochastic optimal growth models, matching models, arbitrage pricing theories, and theories of interest rates, stock prices, and options. The remaining parts of the book are devoted to issues in monetary theory; currency-in-utility-function models, cash-in-advance models, Townsend turnpike models, and overlapping generations models are all used to study a set of common issues. By putting these models to work on concrete problems in exercises offered throughout the text, Sargent provides insights into the strengths and weaknesses of these models of money. An appendix on functional analysis shows the unity that underlies the mathematics used in disparate areas of rational expectations economics. This book on dynamic equilibrium macroeconomics is suitable for graduate-level courses; a companion book, Exercises in Dynamic Macroeconomic Theory, provides answers to the exercises and is also available from Harvard University Press.
Causality in Macroeconomics by Kevin D. Hoover,KEVIN D AUTOR HOOVER Book Summary:
These ideas help to clarify philosophical as well as economic issues. The structural approach to causality is then used to evaluate more familiar approaches to causality developed by Granger, by LeRoy, and by Glymour, Spirtes, Scheines, and Kelly, as well as vector autoregressions, the Lucas critique, and the exogeneity concepts of Engle, Hendry, and Richard. A constructive approach to causal inference based on patterns of stability and instability in the face of identified regime changes is developed and illustrated in two empirical case studies of the causal direction between money and prices and between taxes and spending."--Jacket.
Macroeconomics by Prabhat Patnaik Book Summary:
This volume, for the first time in paperback, is a collection of essays dealing with macroeconomic issues relating to the Indian economy. It locates recent discussions on India within the general literature on macroeconomics, and also critically surveys this literature.
Open Economy Macroeconomics in Developing Countries by Carlos A. Végh Gramont,Carlos A. Végh Book Summary:
This rigorous and comprehensive textbook develops a basic small open economy model and shows how it can be extended to answer many important macroeconomic questions that arise in emerging markets and developing economies, particularly those regarding monetary, fiscal, and exchange rate issues. Eschewing the complex calibrated models on which the field of international finance increasingly relies, the book teaches the reader how to think in terms of simple models and grasp the fundamentals of open economy macroeconomics. After analyzing the standard intertemporal small open economy model, the book introduces frictions such as imperfect capital markets, intertemporal distortions, and nontradable goods, into the basic model in order to shed light on the economy's response to different shocks. The book then introduces money into the model to analyze the real effects of monetary and exchange rate policy. It then applies these theoretical tools to a variety of important macroeconomic issues relevant to developing countries (and, in a world of continuing financial crisis, to industrial countries as well), including the use of a nominal interest rate as a main policy instrument, the relative merits of flexible and predetermined exchange rate regimes, and the targeting of "real anchors." Finally, the book analyzes in detail specific topics such as inflation stabilization, "dollarization," balance of payments crises, and, inspired by recent events, financial crises. Each chapter includes boxes with relevant empirical evidence and ends with exercises. The book is suitable for use in graduate courses in development economics, international finance, and macroeconomics.
Macroeconomics by Rudiger Dornbusch,Stanley Fischer,Richard Startz Book Summary:
Dornbusch, Fischer, and Startz Macroeconomics has been a leading intermediate macroeconomic theory text since its introduction in 1978. This revision retains most of the texts traditional features, including a middle-of-the-road approach and very current research, while updating and simplifying the exposition. The text is now even easier to teach from. The only prerequisite continues to be principles of economics.
The Genesis of Macroeconomics by Antoin E. Murphy Book Summary:
This is a book about the discovery of the great macroeconomic concepts and ideas by a group of exciting people between the late 17th and early 19th century. Engaging and vividly written, the book shows readers how economic concepts evolve over time and are influenced by contemporary developments.
International Macroeconomics by Peter J. Montiel Book Summary:
International Macroeconomics provides students with an analytically rigorous introduction to the impact of globalization on macroeconomics. * Presents an analytically rigorous introduction to the field and uniquely includes optional econometric studies * Provides a unified macroeconomic model to examine rigorously international macroeconomics and then focuses this model on historic cases, institutions, and specific countries, dealing with various types of macroeconomic crises * Provides a strong policy orientation by an author who worked for many years at the IMF * Is supported by a website with extensive solutions for the problem sets, PowerPoint slides, and an update on the 08-09 meltdown
The Representative Agent in Macroeconomics by James E Hartley,James E. Hartley Book Summary:
Rpresentative agent models have become a predominant means of studying the macroeconomy in modern economics without there being much discussion in the literature about their propriety or usefulness. This volume evaluates the use of these models in macroeconomics, examining the justifications for their use and concluding that representative agent models are neither a proper nor a particularly useful means of studying aggregate behaviour.