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Covering both Micro and Macroeconomics in one concise paperback volume, this book shows readers how to think and act like an economist by showing them how to use economic concepts in their everyday lives and careers. Organized around the Five Key Principles of EconomicsThe Principle of Opportunity Cost, The Marginal Principle, The Principle of Diminishing Returns, The Spillover Principle, and The Reality Principle. For economists and those making financial decisions and analyses.
Table of Contents
|Key Principles of Economics|
|Demand, Supply, and Market Equilibrium|
|Elasticity: A Measure of Responsiveness|
|Production and Cost|
|Perfect Competition: Short Run and Long Run|
|Market Failure: Imperfect Information, Pollution, and Public Goods|
|The Labor Market|
|Measuring a Nationrsquo;s Production and Income|
|Unemployment and Inflation|
|Why Do Economies Grow|
|Aggregate Demand and Supply|
|Money and the Banking System|
|Monetary Policy and Inflation|
|International Trade and Finance|
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