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Foundations of Macroeconomics

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780321178589

ISBN10:
0321178580
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
3/1/2003
Publisher(s):
Addison-Wesley

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Table of Contents

PART 1 INTRODUCTION
Getting Started
1(34)
Chapter Checklist
1(1)
Definitions and Questions
2(6)
Microeconomics
3(1)
Macroeconomics
3(1)
Macroeconomic Questions
3(4)
Checkpoint 1.1
7(1)
Economics: A Social Science
8(5)
Observing and Measuring
8(1)
Model Building
9(1)
Testing
9(1)
Unscrambling Cause and Effect
10(2)
Checkpoint 1.2
12(1)
Macroeconomic Ideas
13(5)
Rational Choice and Incentives
13(2)
The Standard of Living and Productivity
15(1)
The Cost of Living and the Quantity of Money
15(1)
Expenditure and Productivity Fluctuations
16(1)
Checkpoint 1.3
17(1)
Why Economics Is Worth Studying
18(17)
Understanding
18(1)
Expanded Career Opportunities
19(1)
The Costs of Studying Economics
20(1)
Benefits Versus Costs
20(1)
Checkpoint 1.4
20(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
21(4)
Appendix: Making and Using Graphs
25(1)
Appendix Checklist
25(1)
Basic Idea
25(1)
Interpreting Data Graphs
26(2)
Interpreting Graphs Used in Economic Models
28(3)
The Slope of a Relationship
31(1)
Relationships Among More Than Two Variables
32(2)
Appendix Checkpoint
34
Eye on the Past Adam Smith and the Birth of Economics as a Modern Social Science
10(25)
The U.S. and Global Economies
35(24)
Chapter Checklist
35(1)
What, How, and For Whom?
36(6)
What Do We Produce?
36(1)
How Do We Produce?
37(2)
For Whom Do We Produce?
39(2)
Checkpoint 2.1
41(1)
Circular Flows
42(7)
Households and Firms
42(1)
Markets
42(1)
Real Flows and Money Flows
42(2)
Governments
44(1)
Governments in the Circular Flow
45(1)
Federal Government Expenditures and Revenue
46(1)
State and Local Government Expenditures and Revenue
47(1)
Checkpoint 2.2
48(1)
Macroeconomic Performance
49(10)
Standard of Living
49(3)
Cost of Living
52(1)
Economic Fluctuations
52(2)
Checkpoint 2.3
54(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
55
Eye on the Past Changes in Human Capital
38(10)
Eye on the Global Economy Production and People in the World Today
48(11)
The Economic Problem
59(22)
Chapter Checklist
59(1)
Production Possibilities
60(6)
Production Possibilities Frontier
60(5)
Checkpoint 3.1
65(1)
Opportunity Cost
66(4)
The Opportunity Cost of a Bottle of Water
66(1)
The Opportunity Cost of a CD
67(1)
Opportunity Cost Is a Ratio
67(1)
Increasing Opportunity Cost
68(1)
Increasing Opportunity Costs Are Everywhere
68(1)
Checkpoint 3.2
69(1)
Specialization and Trade
70(4)
Comparative Advantage
70(2)
Achieving the Gains from Trade
72(1)
Absolute Advantage
72(1)
Checkpoint 3.3
73(1)
Expanding Production Possibilities
74(7)
Economic Growth in an Industry
74(1)
Checkpoint 3.4
75(2)
Chapter Checkpoint
77
Eye on the Global Economy Economic Growth in the United States and Hong Kong
76(5)
Demand and Supply
81(30)
Chapter Checklist
81(1)
Competitive Markets
82(1)
Demand
83(5)
The Law of Demand
83(1)
Demand Schedule and Demand Curve
83(2)
Changes in Demand
85(2)
Checkpoint 4.1
87(1)
Supply
88(5)
The Law of Supply
88(1)
Supply Schedule and Supply Curve
88(2)
Changes in Supply
90(2)
Checkpoint 4.2
92(1)
Market Equilibrium
93(8)
Price: A Market's Automatic Regulator
94(1)
Effects of Changes in Demand
95(1)
Effects of Changes in Supply
96(2)
Changes in Both Demand and Supply
98(2)
Checkpoint 4.3
100(1)
Price Rigidities
101(10)
Price Ceiling
101(2)
Price Floor
103(1)
Sticky Price
104(2)
Checkpoint 4.4
106(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
107
Eye on the Global Economy A Change in the Demand for Roses
97(1)
Eye on the Global Economy A Change in the Supply of Wheat
97(8)
Eye on the U.S. Economy The Federal Minimum Wage
105(6)
PART 2 MONITORING THE MACROECONOMY
GDP and the Standard of Living
111(24)
Chapter Checklist
111(1)
GDP, Income, and Expenditure
112(5)
GDP Defined
112(1)
Circular Flows in the U.S. Economy
113(1)
Expenditure Equals Income
114(2)
Checkpoint 5.1
116(1)
Measuring U.S. GDP
117(6)
The Expenditure Approach
117(1)
Expenditures Not in GDP
118(1)
The Income Approach
119(2)
Valuing the Output of Industries
121(1)
Checkpoint 5.2
122(1)
Nominal GDP Versus Real GDP
123(4)
Calculating Real GDP
123(2)
Calculating the GDP Deflator
125(1)
Checkpoint 5.3
126(1)
Real GDP and the Standard of Living
127(8)
Goods and Services Omitted from GDP
127(1)
Other Influences on the Standard of Living
128(2)
Checkpoint 5.4
130(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
131
Eye on the U.S. Economy Is a Computer Program an Intermediate Good or a Final Good?
118(7)
Eye on the U.S. Economy Deflating the GDP Balloon
125(4)
Eye on the Global Economy The Human Development Index
129(6)
Jobs and Unemployment
135(24)
Chapter Checklist
135(1)
Labor Market Indicators
136(5)
Current Population Survey
136(1)
Population Survey Criteria
136(1)
Two Main Labor Market Indicators
137(1)
Discouraged Workers
138(1)
Part-Time Workers
138(1)
Aggregate Hours
139(1)
Checkpoint 6.1
140(1)
Labor Market Trends and Fluctuations
141(6)
Unemployment
141(1)
The Participation Rate
142(1)
Part-Time Workers
143(1)
Aggregate and Average Hours
144(2)
Checkpoint 6.2
146(1)
The Sources and Types of Unemployment
147(12)
Sources of Unemployment
147(1)
How Unemployment Ends
148(1)
Labor Market Flows: A Summary
148(1)
Types of Unemployment
149(2)
Duration and Demographics of Unemployment
151(1)
Full Employment
152(1)
Unemployment and Real GDP
152(2)
Checkpoint 6.3
154(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
155
Eye on the U.S. Economy The Current Population Survey
139(3)
Eye on the U.S. Economy The Labor Market in the Great Depression
142(1)
Eye on the Global Economy Unemployment Around the World
143(2)
Eye on the Global Economy Women in the Labor Force
145(14)
The CPI and the Cost of Living
159(22)
Chapter Checklist
159(1)
The Consumer Price Index
160(6)
Reading the CPI Numbers
160(1)
Constructing the CPI
160(1)
The CPI Basket
160(1)
The Monthly Price Survey
161(1)
Calculating the CPI
162(1)
Measuring Inflation
163(2)
Checkpoint 7.1
165(1)
The CPI and the Cost of Living
166(5)
The Biased CPI
166(1)
The Magnitude of the Bias
167(1)
Two Consequences of the CPI Bias
167(1)
The GDP Deflator: A Better Measure?
168(2)
Checkpoint 7.2
170(1)
Nominal and Real Values
171(10)
Dollars and Cents at Different Dates
171(1)
Nominal and Real Values in Macroeconomics
171(1)
Nominal and Real Wage Rates
172(2)
Nominal and Real Interest Rates
174(2)
Checkpoint 7.3
176(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
177
Eye on the Past 700 Years of Inflation and Deflation
164(8)
Eye on the Past The Nominal and Real Price of a First-Class Letter
172(2)
Eye on the Past The Nominal and Real Wage Rates of the Presidents of the United States
174(7)
PART 3 THE REAL ECONOMY
181(82)
AS-AD and Potential GDP
181(28)
Chapter Checklist
181(1)
Understanding Macroeconomic Performance
182(1)
The AS-AD Model
183(6)
Aggregate Supply
183(1)
Aggregate Demand
184(2)
Macroeconomic Equilibrium
186(2)
Checkpoint 8.1
188(1)
Potential GDP
189(9)
The Production Function
190(1)
The Labor Market
191(5)
The Functional Distribution of Income
196(1)
Checkpoint 8.2
197(1)
The Natural Unemployment Rate
198(11)
Job Search
199(1)
Job Rationing
200(4)
Checkpoint 8.3
204(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
205
Eye on the U.S. Economy Real GDP Growth, Inflation, and the Business Cycle
187(2)
Eye on the U.S. Economy Potential GDP in the 1960s and 1990s
189(7)
Eye on the U.S. Economy Explaining the Differences Between the 1960s and 1990s
196(2)
Eye on the Past Average Unemployment Rates over Five Decades
198(2)
Eye on the Global Economy Unemployment Benefits and the Natural Unemployment Rate
200(3)
Eye on the U.S. Economy Unemployment and the Minimum Wage
203(6)
Investment and Saving
209(24)
Chapter Checklist
209(1)
Capital, Investment, Wealth, and Saving
210(5)
Capital and Investment
210(2)
Wealth and Saving
212(1)
Financial Markets
212(1)
Global Financial Markets
212(2)
Checkpoint 9.1
214(1)
Investment, Saving, and Interest
215(10)
Investment Demand
215(3)
Saving Supply
218(3)
Financial Market Equilibrium
221(1)
Checkpoint 9.2
222(3)
Government in the Financial Market
225(8)
Government Budget and Government Saving
225(1)
Effect of Government Saving
225(1)
Government Deficit and Crowding Out
226(2)
Checkpoint 9.3
228(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
229
Eye on the U.S. Economy Investment and Capital, 1971--2001
211(13)
Eye on the Global Economy Saving, Investment, and the Real Interest Rate Roller Coaster---1973 to 2002
224(9)
Economic Growth
233(30)
Chapter Checklist
233(1)
The Basics of Economic Growth
234(4)
Calculating Growth Rates
234(1)
The Magic of Sustained Growth
235(2)
Checkpoint 10.1
237(1)
The Sources of Economic Growth
238(7)
Aggregate Hours
238(1)
Labor Productivity
238(2)
Sources of Growth: A Summary
240(1)
The Productivity Curve
241(3)
Checkpoint 10.2
244(1)
Theories of Economic Growth
245(10)
Classical Growth Theory
245(2)
Neoclassical Growth Theory
247(2)
New Growth Theory
249(3)
Growth in the Global Economy
252(2)
Checkpoint 10.3
254(1)
Achieving Faster Growth
255(8)
Preconditions for Economic Growth
255(1)
Policies to Achieve Faster Growth
256(1)
How Much Difference Can Policy Make?
257(1)
Checkpoint 10.4
258(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
259
Eye on the Past How Fast Has Real GDP per Person Grown?
236(6)
Eye on the U.S. Economy Labor Productivity and Economic Growth Since 1962
242(10)
Eye on the U.S. Economy Labor Productivity and Capital per Hour: 1960--2001
252(1)
Eye on the Global Economy Persistent Gaps or Convergence?
253(10)
PART 4 THE MONEY ECONOMY
263(78)
Money and the Monetary System
263(26)
Chapter Checklist
263(1)
What is Money?
264(8)
Definition of Money
264(1)
Medium of Exchange
265(1)
Unit of Account
265(1)
Store of Value
265(1)
Money Today
266(1)
Credit Cards, Debit Cards, E-Checks, and E-Cash
267(2)
Official Measures of Money: M1 and M2
269(2)
Checkpoint 11.1
271(1)
The Monetary System
272(7)
Commercial Banks
272(2)
Thrift Institutions
274(1)
Money Market Funds
274(1)
Relative Size of Monetary Institutions
275(1)
The Economic Functions of Monetary Institutions
276(2)
Checkpoint 11.2
278(1)
The Federal Reserve System
279(10)
The Structure of the Federal Reserve
279(2)
The Fed's Power Center
281(1)
The Fed's Policy Tools
281(1)
The Monetary Base
282(1)
How the Fed's Policy Tools Work: A Quick First Look
283(1)
Checkpoint 11.3
284(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
285
Eye on the Global Economy The U.S. Dollar Abroad
270(7)
Eye on the Global Economy Big Banks
277(12)
Money Creation and Control
289(24)
Chapter Checklist
289(1)
How Banks Create Money
290(10)
Creating a Bank
290(6)
The Limits to Money Creation
296(2)
The Deposit Multiplier
298(1)
Checkpoint 12.1
299(1)
Influencing the Quantity of Money
300(13)
How Required Reserve Ratios Work
300(1)
How the Discount Rate Works
300(1)
How an Open Market Operation Works
300(3)
The Multiplier Effect of an Open Market Operation
303(3)
The Money Multiplier
306(2)
Checkpoint 12.2
308(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
309
Eye on the Past The ``Invention'' of Banking
291(16)
Eye on the U.S. Economy The Money Multiplier
307(6)
Money, Interest, and Inflation
313(28)
Chapter Checklist
313(1)
Where We Are and Where We're Heading
314(1)
The Real Economy
314(1)
The Money Economy
314(1)
Money and the Interest Rate
315(8)
The Demand for Money
315(2)
Changes in the Demand for Money
317(1)
Shifts in the Demand for Money Curve
318(1)
The Nominal Interest Rate
319(2)
Changing the Interest Rate
321(1)
Checkpoint 13.1
322(1)
Money, the Price Level, and Inflation
323(10)
The Money Market in the Long Run
323(2)
A Change in the Quantity of Money
325(2)
The Quantity Theory of Money
327(2)
Inflation and the Quantity Theory of Money
329(2)
Hyperinflation
331(1)
Checkpoint 13.2
332(1)
The Cost of Inflation
333(8)
Tax Costs
333(1)
Shoe-Leather Costs
334(1)
Confusion Costs
334(1)
Uncertainty Costs
335(1)
How Big Is the Cost of Inflation?
336(1)
Checkpoint 13.3
336(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
337
Eye on the U.S. Economy Money and Credit Cards
320(10)
Eye on the U.S. Economy The Quantity Theory of Money in Action
330(1)
Eye on the Past Hyperinflation in Germany in the 1920s
331(10)
PART 5 ECONOMIC FLUCTUATIONS
341(132)
AS-AD and the Business Cycle
341(28)
Chapter Checklist
341(1)
Business-Cycle Definitions and Facts
342(4)
Dating Business-Cycle Turning Points
342(1)
U.S. Business-Cycle History
342(1)
Recent Cycles
343(2)
Checkpoint 14.1
345(1)
Aggregate Supply
346(6)
Aggregate Supply Basics
346(1)
Aggregate Supply and Potential GDP
346(3)
Changes in Aggregate Supply
349(2)
Checkpoint 14.2
351(1)
Aggregate Demand
352(6)
Aggregate Demand Basics
352(1)
Aggregate Demand and the AD Curve
352(2)
Changes in Aggregate Demand
354(3)
Checkpoint 14.3
357(1)
Understanding the Business Cycle
358(11)
Aggregate Demand Fluctuations
358(2)
Aggregate Supply Fluctuations
360(2)
Adjustment Toward Full Employment
362(2)
Checkpoint 14.4
364(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
365
Eye on the Past Oil Price Cycles in the U.S. and Global Economies
361(2)
Eye on the U.S. Economy The National Bureau Calls a Recession
363(6)
Aggregate Expenditure
369(28)
Chapter Checklist
369(1)
A Quick Review and Preview
370(1)
The Economy at Full Employment
370(1)
Departures from Full Employment
370(1)
Fixed Price Level
370(1)
Expenditure Plans and Real GDP
371(7)
Planned and Unplanned Expenditures
371(1)
Autonomous Expenditure and Induced Expenditure
372(1)
The Consumption Function
372(4)
Imports and GDP
376(1)
Checkpoint 15.1
377(1)
Equilibrium Expenditure
378(6)
Aggregate Planned Expenditure and Real GDP
378(2)
Equilibrium Expenditure
380(1)
Convergence to Equilibrium
381(2)
Checkpoint 15.2
383(1)
The Expenditure Multiplier
384(6)
The Basic Idea of the Multiplier
384(1)
The Size of the Multiplier
385(1)
Why Is the Multiplier Greater Than 1?
386(1)
The Multiplier and the MPC
386(1)
Imports and Income Taxes
387(1)
Business-Cycle Turning Points
388(1)
Checkpoint 15.3
389(1)
The AD Curve and Equilibrium Expenditure
390(7)
Deriving the AD Curve from Equilibrium Expenditure
390(2)
Checkpoint 15.4
392(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
393
Eye on the U.S. Economy The U.S. Consumption Function
376(6)
Eye on the Past Say's Law and Keynes' Principle of Effective Demand
382(15)
Fiscal and Monetary Policy Effects
397(26)
Chapter Checklist
397(1)
The Federal Budget and Fiscal Policy
398(12)
The Federal Budget
398(3)
Discretionary Fiscal Policy: Demand-Side Effects
401(3)
Discretionary Fiscal Policy: Supply-Side Effects
404(3)
Limitations of Discretionary Fiscal Policy
407(1)
Automatic Fiscal Policy
408(1)
Checkpoint 16.1
409(1)
The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
410(13)
The Monetary Policy Process
410(1)
Influencing the Interest Rate
411(2)
The Ripple Effects of the Fed's Actions
413(2)
Monetary Stabilization in the AS-AD Model
415(2)
Limitations of Monetary Stabilization Policy
417(1)
Checkpoint 16.2
418(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
419
Eye on the Past Federal Receipts and Expenditures
399(1)
Eye on the Global Economy The U.S. Budget in Global Perspective
399(8)
Eye on the U.S. Economy The 2003 Stimulus Package
407(10)
Eye on the U.S. Economy The Fed in Action
417(6)
The Short-Run Policy Tradeoff
423(24)
Chapter Checklist
423(1)
The Short-Run Phillips Curve
424(6)
Aggregate Supply and the Short-Run Phillips Curve
425(3)
Why Bother with the Phillips Curve?
428(1)
Checkpoint 17.1
429(1)
Short-Run and Long-Run Phillips Curves
430(9)
The Long-Run Phillips Curve
430(1)
Long-Run Adjustment in the AS-AD Model
431(1)
Expected Inflation
432(1)
The Natural Rate Hypothesis
433(1)
Changes in the Natural Unemployment Rate
434(1)
Does the Natural Unemployment Rate Change?
435(3)
Checkpoint 17.2
438(1)
Expected Inflation
439(8)
What Determines the Expected Inflation Rate?
439(1)
How Responsive Is the Tradeoff to a Change in Expected Inflation?
440(1)
What Can Policy Do to Lower Expected Inflation?
440(2)
Checkpoint 17.3
442(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
443
Eye on the Past The U.S. Phillips Curve
427(1)
Eye on the Global Economy Inflation and Unemployment
428(6)
Eye on the Past A Live Test of the Natural Rate Hypothesis
434(2)
Eye on the U.S. Economy The Shifting Short-Run Tradeoff
436(11)
Fiscal and Monetary Policy Debates
447(26)
Chapter Checklist
447(1)
Fiscal Policy Versus Monetary Policy
448(6)
Policy Effects
448(3)
Goal Conflicts
451(1)
Timing and Flexibility
452(1)
And the Winner Is?
452(1)
Checkpoint 18.1
453(1)
Rules Versus Discretion
454(8)
Discretionary Policy
454(1)
Fixed-Rule Policies
454(1)
Feedback-Rule Policies
454(1)
Stabilizing Aggregate Demand Shocks
455(3)
Stabilizing Aggregate Supply Shocks
458(3)
Checkpoint 18.2
461(1)
Targeting Inflation
462(11)
Real GDP Versus the Price Level
462(4)
Zero Versus Positive Inflation
466(2)
Checkpoint 18.3
468(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
469
Eye on the Past Price Level Targeting
465(2)
Eye on the U.S. Economy The Fed's Targeting and the Taylor and McCallum Rules
467(6)
PART 6 THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
473
International Trade
473(30)
Chapter Checklist
473(1)
Trade Patterns and Trends
474(4)
Trade in Goods
474(1)
Trade in Services
474(1)
Trends in the Volume of Trade
474(1)
Trading Partners and Trading Blocs
475(2)
Balance of Trade and International Borrowing
477(1)
Checkpoint 19.1
477(1)
The Gains from International Trade
478(8)
Why the United States Exports Airplanes
478(1)
Why the United States Imports T-Shirts
479(2)
Gains From Trade and the PPF
481(4)
Checkpoint 19.2
485(1)
International Trade Restrictions
486(5)
Tariffs
486(2)
Nontariff Barriers
488(2)
Checkpoint 19.3
490(1)
The Case Against Protection
491(12)
Three Arguments for Protection
491(1)
Fatally Flawed Arguments for Protection
492(3)
Why Is International Trade Restricted?
495(3)
Checkpoint 19.4
498(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
499
Eye on the Global Economy The Major Items That We Trade with Other Nations
475(1)
Eye on the Global Economy The Major U.S. Trading Partners and Volumes of Trade
476(10)
Eye on the Past The History of the U.S Tariff
486(11)
Eye on the Global Economy Competing with Low-Wage Nations
497(6)
International Finance
503
Chapter Checklist
503(1)
Financing International Trade
504(7)
Balance of Payments Accounts
504(2)
Borrowers and Lenders, Debtors and Creditors
506(1)
Current Account Balance
507(1)
Net Exports
507(3)
Checkpoint 20.1
510(1)
The Exchange Rate
511
Demand in the Foreign Exchange Market
512(1)
The Law of Demand for Foreign Exchange
512(1)
Changes in the Demand for Dollars
513(2)
Supply in the Foreign Exchange Market
515(1)
The Law of Supply of Foreign Exchange
515(1)
Changes in the Supply of Dollars
516(2)
Market Equilibrium
518(1)
Changes in the Exchange Rate
519(1)
Exchange Rate Expectations
520(2)
The Fed in the Foreign Exchange Market
522(2)
Checkpoint 20.2
524(1)
Chapter Checkpoint
525
Eye on the Past The U.S. Balance of Payments
505(4)
Eye on the Global Economy Current Account Balances Around the World
509(2)
Eye on the Past The Dollar and the Yen Since 1982
511(10)
Eye on the Global Economy Purchasing Power Parity
521(2)
Eye on the Global Economy The Bouncing Euro
523
Glossary 1(1)
Index 1(1)
Credits 1


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