Issues in Economics

Issues in Economics

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Issues in Economics is structured around major policy issues and is divided into three parts: qIntroduction to Issues in Economics, q qMicroeconomic Issues, q and qMacroeconomic Issues.q The first three chapters are basic introductions to the subject matter of economics with emphasis on theory, institutions, and policy. Theory and institutions becomes the framework for policy analysis. The first three chapters of the second section deal with the theory of the household, the theory of the firm and the theory of markets. The remainder of the second section deals with specific issues, such as government regulation; agricultural policy; healthcare policy; and corporate accountability. In qMacroeconomic Issues, q the first chapter's focus is qMeasuring Economic Activity.q This chapter develops the accounting framework on which macroeconomic theory is based. The second chapter is qAggregate Supply and Demand.q It develops these concepts and the concept of normal output around which short-run output fluctuates with shifts in supply and demand. The remainder of Part III features specific policy issues, such as business cycles; stabilization policy; the role of the Federal Reserve System, the role of finance in the economy; and international policy issues. This textbook is appropriate for a freshman/sophomore level one semester introduction to economics course or issues in economics course; it can also be used to supplement a standard two semester economics textbook.The stock market crashed in 1929, hit bottom in 1933 but did not really recover until after World War II. Between ... The depression started in mid 1929 before the stock market crash. The stock ... What were the causes of the Great Depression?

Title:Issues in Economics
Author: James B. Herendeen
Publisher:University Press of America - 2008

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