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Table of Contents
Part One: Introduction to Economics 1. The Nature of Economics 2. Scarcity, Governments and Economics Part Two: Microeconomics 3. Supply and Demand 4. Elasticity of Demand and Supply 5. Governments and Markets 6. Household Behavior 7. Introducing the Theory of the Firm 8. Production Functions and Methods 9. Perfect Competition 10. Monopoly and Monopolistic Competition 11. Oligopoly 12. Governments, Monopolies and Oligopolies 13. Governments and Resource Allocation 14. Markets for Labor 15. Land and Capital 16. Governments and the Redistribution of Income Part Three: Macroeconomics 17. Introduction to Macroeconomics 18. The National Accounts 19. GDP and the Multiplier Model 20. Money, Banks and Interest Rates 21. GDP and Prices: The AS-AD model 22. Unemployment 23. Inflation and Unemployment 24. Business Cycles 25. Economic Growth 26. Monetary, Fiscal and Supply-side Policies 27. International Trade 28. International Payments