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Table of Contents
|The Art and Science of Economic Analysis||p. 1|
|Economic Tools and Economic Systems||p. 21|
|Economic Decision Makers||p. 39|
|Demand, Supply, and Markets||p. 55|
|Introduction to Macroeconomics||p. 79|
|Tracking the U.S. Economy||p. 95|
|Unemployment and Inflation||p. 113|
|Productivity and Growth||p. 131|
|Aggregate Expenditure||p. 145|
|Aggregate Expenditure and Aggregate Demand||p. 161|
|Aggregate Supply||p. 181|
|Fiscal Policy||p. 199|
|Federal Budgets and Public Policy||p. 217|
|Money and the Financial System||p. 233|
|Banking and the Money Supply||p. 251|
|Monetary Theory and Policy||p. 271|
|Macro Policy Debate: Active or Passive?||p. 291|
|International Trade||p. 311|
|International Finance||p. 331|
|Economic Development||p. 349|
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