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Economics – Paperback – Richard Lipsey, Alec Chrystal – Oxford University Press
Fully updated, but maintaining its rigorous approach, the thirteenth edition of Economics guides students through the core principles of micro and macroeconomics, building firm foundations of understanding. Clear explanations ensure that students master each key concept before practical illustrations show how these ideas are applied in reality.
Each topic is made easy to grasp through the use of plain and accessible language, without unnecessary over-simplifying. Varied learning features support and stretch students, allowing them to monitor their progress and test themselves with a range of principkes styles.
Written to engage students with real world issues and current questions in economics, this book provides up-to-date coverage of the financial crisis and its many subsequent implications, which are vital to understanding the current economic climate. Case studies allow students to understand how economics works in practice, and to think critically for themselves.
Economics challenges students economcs achieve their full potential as they engage with its in-depth analysis and applied material. It leaves students confident and competent, with a thorough knowledge of economics. The Online Resource Centre accompanying the book includes: Markets and Consumers 1: Economic issues and concepts 2: Demand and supply 3: Elasticity of demand and supply 4: Markets and Firms 5: The cost structure of firms 6: Imperfect competition Part 3: Markets for inputs 9: Demand and supply of inputs The lipssy market Capital, investment, and new technology Economics of risk and financial ecnoomics Part princiiples Government and the market Successes and failures of markets The role of government Macroeconomics Part 5: Macroeconomic issues and measurement A basic model of the determination of GDP in the short term GDP in an open economy with government Money and monetary institutions Money, interest rates and GDP: Investment, interest rates and GDP: GDP and the price level: The determination of GDP with steady inflation Part 6: Macroeconomics of the global economy The business cycle, unemployment and inflation Exchange rates and the balance of priinciples Fiscal and monetary policies Economic growth and sustainability Newly revised and updated, it maintains its successful formula of marrying a wonderfully clear exposition of basic micro and macroeconomic analysis to engaging descriptions of case studies and contemporary problems that keep students’ interest engaged.
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Ebook This title is available as an ebook. To purchase, visit your preferred ebook provider. Economics Thirteenth Edition Richard Lipsey and Alec Chrystal Major attention given to the decoupling of the price level and the inflation rate from variations in GDP and unemployment that occurred when the policy of inflation targeting was successfully adopted in the s by many of the major developed countries, a decoupling that is rare in the macro theory and in macro text books.
Comprehensive coverage of the financial crisis and subsequent changes to the global economic landscape allows students to apply the economics they are learning to important contemporary issues. The authors provide a consistent theoretical framework and relate it to a wide range of applied material making clear the relevance of the subject to the real world of business and policy.
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New ecnomics updated global case studies give a broad, international perspective on economics and encourage readers to develop and contextualise their understanding of core themes. Problem solving and numerical questions encourage readers to develop analytical skills.
Fully revised chapter on fiscal and monetary policy brings students up r.g.xnd date with key, real policy questions that have parallels in most major economies. Greater coverage of quantitative easing and fiscal retrenchment enables students to understand current macro policy dilemmas. A new chapter outlining the facts, and developing the theory needed to handle, the most profound change in economic policy economucs performance in the last 50 years: An innovative macro section which teaches the theory as explaining three actual inflationary regimes: Who Needs Migrant Workers?
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