Macroeconomics Sixteenth Canadian Edition, is a classic text known for its rigor, detail, breadth, and balance. Author Christopher Ragan provides clarity without intellectual compromise and is considered the most trusted and reliable text in the market.
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Table of contents
Part 1 What is Economics?
1 Economic Issues and Concepts (Shared with Micro)
2 Economic Theories, Data, and Graphs (Shared with Micro)
Part 2 An Introduction to Demand and Supply
3 Demand, Supply, and Price (Shared with Micro)
Part 7 An Introduction to Macroeconomics
19 What Macroeconomics Is All About
20 The Measurement of National Income
Part 8 The Economy in the Short Run
21 The Simplest Short-Run Macro Model
22 Adding Government and Trade to the Simple Macro Model
23 Real GDP and the Price Level in the Short Run
Part 9 The Economy in the Long Run
24 From the Short Run to the Long Run: The Adjustment of Factor Prices
25 Long-Run Economic Growth
Part 10 Money, Banking, and Monetary Policy
26 Money and Banking
27 Money, Interest Rates, and Economic Activity
28 Monetary Policy in Canada
Part 11 Macroeconomic Problems and Policies
29 Inflation and Disinflation
30 Unemployment and Fluctuations and the NAIRU
31 Government Debt and Deficits
32 The Gains from International Trade (Shared with Micro)
33 Trade Policy Shared with Micro
34 Exchange Rates and the Balance of Payments
Timeline of Great Economists
Common Abbreviations Used in the Text
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