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  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2008-01-02
  • Publisher: South-Western College Pub
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FROM PREVIOUS EDITION: Combining the best of traditional and modern approaches to macroeconomics, Farmer's is the first book in the Intermediate market to genuinely fill the gap between the macroeconomics taught to graduate students and the macroeconomics traditionally taught to undergraduates. It begins with the traditional IS-LM and AD-AS models that have been the staples of undergraduate macro courses for decades. Then the second half of the book introduces newer, dynamic theories of macroeconomics, including various growth models. The result is a text that describes the emerging consensus view of macro.

Table of Contents

From Previous Edition
Introduction And Measurement
What this Book Is About
Measuring the Economy
Macroeconomic Facts
The Classical Approach To Aggregate Demand And Supply
The Theory of Aggregate Supply
Aggregate Demand and the Classical Theory of the Price Level
Saving and Investment
The Modern Approach To Aggregate Demand And Supply
The New-Keynesian Theory of Aggregate Supply
The Demand for Money and the LM Curve
The Supply of Money
The IS Curve
IS-LM and Aggregate Demand
The Open Economy
Dynamic Macroeconomics
The Government Budget
Neoclassical Growth Theory
Endogenous Growth Theory
Unemployment, Inflation, and Growth
Expectations and Macroeconomics
What We Know and What We Don?t
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