9780071398732

Schaum's Easy Outline of Principles of Economics

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    9780071398732

  • ISBN10:

    0071398732

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2003-03-14
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
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If your life is too busy to spend hours ploughing through weighty textbooks, and you need every study minute to count, Schaum's Easy Outline of Principles of Economics is perfect for you! This super-condensed, high-torque study guide gives you what you need to know in a fraction of the time. Get the essence of principles of economics the easy way. Schaum's Easy Outline of Principles of Economics helps you master principles of economics with plenty of illustrations, memory joggers, and the newest, rapid-absorption teaching techniques. Backed by Schaum's reputation for academic authority, this is the study guide students turn to and trust. Students know that Schaum's is going to be there for them when they need it! Book jacket.

Table of Contents

Introduction to Economicsp. 1
Demand, Supply, and Equilibriump. 13
Unemployment, Inflation, and National Incomep. 25
Consumption, Investment, Net Exports, and Government Expendituresp. 37
Traditional Keynesian Approach to Equilibrium Outputp. 46
Fiscal Policyp. 56
The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policyp. 64
Monetary Policy and Fiscal Policyp. 74
Economic Growth and Productivityp. 81
International Trade and Financep. 88
Theory of Consumer Demand and Utilityp. 96
Production Costsp. 104
Perfect Competitionp. 111
Monopolyp. 118
Monopolistic Competition and Oligopolyp. 125
Demand for Economic Resourcesp. 132
Pricing of Wages, Rent, Interest, and Profitsp. 139
Indexp. 149
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