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Managing in a Global Economy Demystifying International Macroeconomics (Economic Applications, InfoTrac Printed Access Card)by Marthinsen, John E.
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Table of Contents
|Introduction to international macroeconomics||p. 1|
|Taking an economic pulse : measuring national output||p. 49|
|Working for a living : monitoring labor market conditions||p. 79|
|Where's the beef? : inflation, real GDP, and business cycles||p. 111|
|Inflation : who wins, and who loses?||p. 145|
|Monetary aggregates : measuring money||p. 171|
|Pulling rabbits from hats : financial intermediaries and money creation||p. 191|
|Who controls the money supply and how?||p. 235|
|Interest rates and why they change||p. 295|
|Price and output fluctuations||p. 345|
|Fiscal policy and automatic stabilizers : what managers need to know||p. 385|
|Basics of foreign exchange markets||p. 427|
|Exchange rates : why do they change?||p. 471|
|Balance of payments fundamentals||p. 519|
|Putting it all together||p. 559|
|Economic shocks to nations with flexible exchange rates||p. 577|
|Economic shocks to nations with fixed exchange rates||p. 615|
|Causes of long-term growth and inflation||p. 669|
|Long-term exchange rate movements and comparative advantage||p. 709|
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