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Economics by Begg and Vernasca

Economics affects almost everything we do: from our decisions at work to our shopping habits, voting preferences and social attitudes.This new edition of the popular text by David Begg and Gianluigi Vernasca enables the reader to understand today's economic environment by examining the underlying theory and applying it to real-world situations. Economics surveys the latest ideas and issues, such as the role of regulation in banking, the consequences of globalization and monetary union, and the efficacy of our current economic models. This coverage, combined with a rich array of pedagogical features, encourages students to explore our economic past and present, and to think critically about where this might lead us in the future.The new edition is updated to provide a comprehensive analysis of the financial crash: its causes, consequences, and possible policy responses, from fiscal stimulus to quantitative easing.
David Begg is Principal of the Tanaka Business School at Imperial College London. He has been a Research Fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (a network of leading European economists) since its inception in 1984. David's research focuses mainly on monetary policy, exchange rates, monetary union, and economic transition. He is a Research Fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research. He co-authored several of the CEPR annual reports in the series he helped found: Monitoring the European Central Bank, and Monitoring European Integration. The 1997 MEI Report, EMU: Getting the Endgame Right, changed the policy that the European Union adopted to launch the euro in 1999. He was also founding Managing Editor of Economic Policy, now an official journal of the European Economic Association.
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  • Part 1: Introduction 1. Economics and the Economy2. Tools of Economics Analysis3. Demand, Supply and the MarketPart 2: Positive Microeconomics4. Elasticities of Demand and Supply5. Consumer Choice and Demand6. Introducing Supply Decisions7. Costs and Supply 8. Perfect Competition and Pure Monopoly9. Market Structure and Imperfect Competition10. The Labour Market11. Factor Markets and Income Distribution12. Risk and InformationPart 3: Welfare Economics13. Welfare Economics14. Government Spending and Revenue Part 4: Macroeconomics15. Introduction to Macroeconomics16. Output and Aggregate Demand 17. Fiscal Policy and Foreign Policy 18. Money and Banking 19. Interest Rates and Monetary Transmission 20. Monetary and Fiscal Policy 21. Aggregate Supply, Prices and Adjustment to Shocks 22. Inflation, Expectations and Credibility 23. Unemployment 24. Exchange Rates and the Balance of Payments 25. Open Economy Macroeconomics 26. Exchange Rate Regimes 27. Business Cycles 28. Supply-side Economics and Economic Growth Part 5: The World Economy29. International Trade
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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 740
Erscheinungsdatum 17.01.2014
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-0-07-715451-6
Verlag McGraw-Hill Education Ltd
Maße (L/B/H) 26,1/19,5/3,2 cm
Gewicht 1319 g
Auflage 11. Auflage
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