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ISBN: 978-1-4737-6854-3
Editorial: Cengage Learning Inc
Fecha de la edición: 2020
Edición Nº: 5
idioma: Ingles
Nº Pág.: 832


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Reseña: Now firmly established as one of the leading economics principles texts in the UK and Europe, this exciting, new fifth edition of Economics by N. Gregory Mankiw (Harvard University) and Mark P. Taylor (Washington University), has been fully updated. Much revered for its friendly and accessible approach, emphasis on active learning, and unrivalled support resources, this edition also has an improved structure to ensure the text aligns even more closely with the latest courses. The new edition incorporates additional coverage of a number of key topics including heterodox theories in economics such as complexity theory; institutional economics and feminist economics; different theories in international trade; game theory; different measures of poverty; the 'flat Phillips curve; and the future of the European Union. This title is available with MindTap, a flexible online learning solution that provides students with all the tools they need to succeed including an interactive eReader, engaging multimedia, practice questions, assessment materials, revision aids, and analytics to help you track their progress.
indice: Part 1 Introduction to Economics 1 What is economics? 2 Thinking like an Economist Part 2 The Theory of Competitive Markets 3 The market forces of supply and demand 4 Background to demand: consumer choices 5 Background to supply: firms in competitive markets 6 Consumers, producers and the efficiency of markets Part 3 Interventions in Markets 7 Supply, demand and government policies 8 Public goods, common resources and merit goods 9 Market failure and externalities Part 4 Firm behaviour and market structures 10 Firms production decisions 11 Market structures i: Monopoly 12 Market structures ii: Monopolistic competition 13 Market structures iii: Oligopoly 14 Market structures iv: Contestable markets Part 5 Factor Markets 15 The economics of factor markets Part 6 Inequality 16 Income inequality and poverty Part 7 Trade 17 Interdependence and the gains from trade Part 8 Heterodox Economics 18 Information and behavioural economics 19 Heterodox theories in economics Part 9 The data of Macroeconomics 20 Measuring a nations wellbeing and the price level Part 10 The real economy in the long run 21 Production and growth 22 Unemployment and the labour market Part 11 Long-run Macroeconomics 23 Saving, investment and the financial system 24 The monetary system 25 Open-economy macroeconomics Part 12 Short-run Economic Fluctuations 26 Business cycles 27 Keynesian economics and is-lm analysis 28 Aggregate demand and aggregate supply 29 The influence of monetary and fiscal policy on aggregate demand 30 The short-run trade-off between inflation and unemployment 31 Supply-side policies Part 13 International Macroeconomics 32 The causes and aftermath of the financial crisis 33 Common currency areas 34 The future of the European Union


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