Pearson FlexText, Macroeconomics, 1st edition

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Overview

Pearson FlexText...setting you up for success in school and at work


The study of economics requires a different style of thinking from what you may encounter in other courses. Economists make extensive use of assumptions to break down complex problems into simple, analytically manageable parts. This analytical style, while not ultimately more demanding than the styles of thinking in other disciplines, feels unfamiliar to most students and requires practice.


Our experience has taught us that what first-year economics students want most from a FlexText is help in mastering course material to do well on examinations. We have developed this FlexText to respond specifically to that demand. 

Table of contents

1 Scarcity, Opportunity Cost, Trade, and Models
2 Demanders and Suppliers
3 The Demand and Supply Model
4 From Microeconomics to Macroeconomics
5 GDP, Economic Growth, and Business Cycles
6 Unemployment and Inflation
7 The Aggregate Supply and Aggregate Demand Model
8 The Aggregate Expenditure Model and Multipliers
9 Exchange Rates and the Balance of Payments
10 Money and Monetary Policy
11 Fiscal Policy, Multipliers, Deficits and Debt
12 Globalization, Trade, and Protectionism
13 Controversies in Macroeconomics

Published by Pearson Canada (January 17th 2018) - Copyright © 2019