Macroeconomics: Theories and Policies, 10th edition
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Macroeconomics traces the history, evolution, and challenges of Keynesian economics, presenting a comprehensive, detailed, and unbiased view of modern macroeconomic theory. The text presents the most recent and modern developments, as well as fundamental disagreements among macroeconomists on both theory and policy.
Published by Pearson (July 7th 2022) - Copyright © 2013
Category: Intermediate Macroeconomics
Table of contents
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION AND MEASUREMENT
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Measurement of Macroeconomic Variables
PART TWO: CLASSICAL ECONOMICS AND THE KEYNESIAN REVOLUTION
- Chapter 3: Classical Macroeconomics (I): Equilibrium Output and Employment
- Chapter 4: Classical Macroeconomics (II): Money, Prices, and Interest
- Chapter 5: The Keynesian System (I):The Role of Aggregate Demand
- Chapter 6: The Keynesian System (II): Money, Interest, and Income
- Chapter 7: The Keynesian System (III): Policy Effects in the IS—LM Model
- Chapter 8: The Keynesian System (IV): Aggregate Supply and Demand
PART THREE: MACROECONOMIC THEORY AFTER KEYNES
- Chapter 9: The Monetarist Counterrevolution
- Chapter 10: Output, Inflation, and Unemployment: Alternative Views
- Chapter 11: New Classical Economics
- Chapter 12: Real Business Cycles and New Keynesian Economics
- Chapter 13: Macroeconomic Models :A Summary
PART FOUR: OPEN ECONOMY MACROECONOMICS
- Chapter 14: Exchange Rates and the International Monetary System
- Chapter 15: Monetary and Fiscal Policy in the Open Economy
PART FIVE: ECONOMIC POLICY
- Chapter 16: Money, the Banking System, and Interest Rates
- Chapter 17: Optimal Monetary Policy
- Chapter 18: Fiscal Policy
PART SIX: ECONOMIC GROWTH
- Chapter 19: Policies for Intermediate-Run Growth
- Chapter 20: Long-Run Economic Growth: Origins of the Wealth of Nations
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