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The Resource Macroeconomics for managers, Michael K. Evans

Macroeconomics for managers, Michael K. Evans

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Macroeconomics for managers
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Macroeconomics for managers
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Michael K. Evans
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eng
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DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HD30.22
LC item number
.E85 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Macroeconomics for managers, Michael K. Evans
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [788]-789) and index
Contents
The importance of macroeconomics -- 1.1. What is macroeconomics? -- 1.2. Links between macroeconomics and microeconomics -- 1.3. Current core of macroeconomic theory -- 1.4. Macroeconomics-an empirical discipline -- 1.5. The importance of policy applications -- 1.6. Positive and normative economics: why macroeconomists disagree -- 1.7. Roadmap of this book -- National income and product accounts (NIPA) -- 2.1. How the national income and product accounts are constructed -- 2.2. Components of GDP: final goods and services -- 2.3. Differences between final and intermediate goods and services -- 2.4. Components of national income --2.5. Balancing items linking GDP, NI, PI, and DI -- 2.6. Value added by stages of production: an example -- 2.7. Inclusions and exclusions in the NIPA data -- 2.8. Circular flow between aggregate demand and production -- Key data concepts: inflation, unemployment, and labor costs -- 3.1. Measuring inflation: three different types of indexes -- 3.2. Factors causing the inflation rate to be overstated -- 3.3. Could the inflation rate be understated? -- 3.4. Different measures of unemployment -- 3.5. Collecting the employment and unemployment data -- 3.6. The concept of full employment -- 3.7. Unit labor costs -- 3.8. Summarizing the economic data: indexes of leading and coincident indicators -- 3.9. Methods and flaws of seasonally adjusted data -- 3.10. Preliminary and revised data -- Part II: Aggregate demand and joint determination of output and interest rates -- The consumption function -- 4.1. Principal determinants of consumption
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26 cm.
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Extent
xviii, 825 p.
Isbn
9781405101455
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(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2002156369
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