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9781319409333

Krugman's Macroeconomics for the AP Course

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    9781319409333

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    1319409334

  • Edition: 4th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2022-11-21
  • Publisher: Worth Publishers

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Summary

Krugman’s Macroeconomics for the AP® Course contains all the content, practice, and support you need to master the AP® Macroeconomics skills and course.

Table of Contents

UNIT 1 Basic Economic Concepts



1.1 Scarcity and Choice



  • Scarcity and Choice: The Core of Economics

  • Microeconomics Versus Macroeconomics

  • Positive Versus Normative Economics

1.2 Opportunity Cost and the Production Possibilities Curve  Model



  • The Use of Models in Economics

  • Trade-offs: The Production Possibilities Curve

1.3 Comparative Advantage and Gains from Trade



  • Gains from Trade

  • Comparative Advantage and Gains from Trade

1.4 Demand



  • The Demand Curve

1.5 Supply



  • The Supply Curve

1.6 Market Equilibrium, Disequilibrium, and Changes in Equilibrium



  • Supply, Demand, and Equilibrium

  • Changes in Supply and Demand

Unit 2 Economic Indicators and the Business Cycle



2.1 The Circular Flow and Gross Domestic Product



  • The National Accounts

  • Gross Domestic Product

2.2 Limitations of Gross Domestic Product



  • Creating the National Accounts

2.3 Unemployment



  • The Unemployment Rate

  • Types of Unemployment

  • Changes in the Natural Rate of Unemployment

2.4 Price Indices and Inflation



  • Inflation, Deflation, and Price Stability

  • Inflation and Deflation

  • Price Indices and the Aggregate Price Level

2.5 Costs of Inflation



  • The Expected Costs of Inflation

  • Winners and Losers from Unexpected Inflation

  • Inflation Is Easy; Disinflation Is Hard

2.6 Real Versus Nominal Gross Domestic Product



  • Real GDP: A Measure of Aggregate Output

  • Calculating Real GDP

  • What Real GDP Doesn’t Measure

2.7 Business Cycles



  • Macroeconomics and the Business Cycle

  • The Business Cycle

  • Employment, Unemployment, and the Business Cycle

UNIT 3 National Income and Price Determination


3.1 Aggregate Demand



  • The Components of Aggregate Demand

  • Investment Spending 

  • The Aggregate Demand Curve

3.2 Multipliers



  • The Multiplier Process

3.3 Short-Run Aggregate Supply



  • Aggregate Supply

3.4 The Long-Run Aggregate Supply



  • The Short Versus the Long Run

  • The Long-Run Aggregate Supply Curve

3.5 Equilibrium in the Aggregate Demand–Aggregate Supply Model



  • The AD-AS Model

3.6 Short-Run Changes in the Aggregate Demand–Aggregate Supply Model



  • Demand Shocks

  • Supply Shocks

3.7 Long-Run Self-Adjustment in the Aggregate Demand–Aggregate Supply Model



  • From the Short Run to the Long Run

  • Shifts in the Long-Run Aggregate Supply Curve

3.8 Fiscal Policy



  • The Rationale for Stabilization

  • Multiplier Effects and Fiscal Policy

  • A Cautionary Note: Lags in Fiscal Policy

3.9 Automatic Stabilizers



  • A Brief History of Stabilization Policy

  • Discretionary Versus Non-Discretionary Fiscal Policy

  • Alternative Responses to Supply and Demand Shocks

Unit 4 The Financial Sector


4.1 Financial Assets



  • The Opportunity Cost of Cash

  • The Financial System

  • Three Tasks of a Financial System

  • Types of Financial Assets
    Financial Intermediaries

4.2 Nominal Versus Real Interest Rates



  • Calculating Nominal and Real Interest Rates

4.3A Definition, Measurement, and Functions of Money



  • The Meaning of Money

  • Functions of Money

  • Types of Money

4.3B Managing Money and Credit: Central Banks and the Federal Reserve



  • Central Banks

  • The Federal Reserve System

4.4 Banking and the Expansion of the Money Supply



  • The Monetary Role of Banks

  • Determining the Money Supply

4.5 The Money Market



  • What Is the Money Market?

  • The Money Demand Curve

  • The Supply of Money

4.6 Monetary Policy



  • Conducting Monetary Policy

  • Implementing Monetary Policy

  • Monetary Policy Versus Fiscal Policy

4.7 The Loanable Funds Market



  • Matching Up Savings and Investment Spending

  • The Equilibrium Interest Rate

Unit 5 Long-Run Consequences of Stabilization Policies


5.1 Fiscal and Monetary Policy Actions in the Short Run



  • The Independence of Fiscal and Monetary Policy

5.2 The Phillips Curve



  • The Output Gap and Unemployment

  • The Short-Run Phillips Curve

  • Inflation and Unemployment in the Long Run

5.3 Money Growth and Inflation



  • Short-Run and Long-Run Effects of an Increase in the Money Supply

  • Monetary Neutrality

  • The Quantity Theory of Money

5.4 Government Deficits and the National Debt



  • The Government Budget Balance

  • Long-Run Implications of Fiscal Policy

  • Deficits, Surpluses, and Debt

  • Deficits and Debt in Practice

5.5 Crowding Out



  • Financing Government Debt

5.6 Economic Growth



  • Real GDP per Capita

  • The Sources of Long-Run Growth

  • Economic Growth and the Aggregate Production Function

  • Long-Run Economic Growth and the Aggregate Demand–Aggregate Supply Model

5.7 Public Policy and Economic Growth



  • Explaining Differences in Growth Rates

  • The Role of Government in Promoting Economic Growth

  • Supply-Side Fiscal Policies and Economic Growth

Unit 6 International Trade and Finance


6.1 Balance of Payments Accounts



  • Capital Flows and the Balance of Payments

  • Modeling the Financial Account

6.2 Exchange Rates



  • Understanding Exchange Rates

6.3 The Foreign Exchange Market



  • Demand and Supply in the Foreign Exchange Market

6.4 Changes in Policies, Economic Conditions, and the Foreign Exchange Market



  • Exchange Rate Regimes

  • Exchange Rates and Macroeconomic Policy

  • International Business Cycles

6.5 The Foreign Exchange Market and Net Exports



  • Why Trade?

  • The Effect of the Exchange Rate on Net Exports

6.6 Real Interest Rate s and International Capital Flows



  • International Capital Flows and the Loanable Funds Model

  • Underlying Determinants of International Capital Flows

Appendix 


Putting it All Together



  • A Structure for Macroeconomic Analysis

Enrichment 



  • A:  Recession and Recovery During the Pandemic

  • B:  Federal Reserve Monetary Policy in an Ample Reserve Regime

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