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Economics

By: SAMUELSON, Paul A.
Contributor(s): Nordhaus, William D.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New Delhi Tata McGraw Hill Education Private Limited 2012Edition: 19th ed.Description: xlviii, 916 p. ill.: 24 cm.ISBN: 9780070700710; 0070700710.Subject(s): EconomicsDDC classification: 330 Online resources: OCLC | Tata McGraw Hill Education India | Ebook Fulltext
Contents:
Contents of Indian Adaptation A Centrist Proclamation Preface Preface to the Indian Adaptation For the Student: Economics and Internet Useful Websites on Indian Economy Part 1 Basic Concept 1. The Central Concepts of Economics ? Appendix 2. The Modern Mixed Economy 3. Basic Elements of Supply and Demand ? Appendix 3 Part 2 Microeconomics: Supply, Demand, andProduct Markets 4. Supply and Demand: Elasticity and Applications 5. Demand and Consumer Behavior ? Appendix 5 6. Production and Business Organization 7. Analysis and Costs ? Appendix 7 8. Analysis of Perfectly Competitive Markets 9. Imperfect Competition and Monopoly 10. Competition Among the Few 11. Economics of Uncertainty Part 3 Factor Markets: Labor, Land, and Capital 12. How Markets Determine Incomes 13. The Labor Market 14. Land, Natural Resources, and the Environment 15. Capital, Interest, and Profits Part 4 Applications ofEconomic Principles 16. Government Taxation and Expenditure ? Appendix 16 17. Efficiency vs. Equality: The Big Tradeoff ? Appendix 17 18. International Trade ? Appendix 18 Part 5 Macroeconomics: Economic Growth andBusiness Cycles 19. Overview of Macroeconomics ? Appendix 19 20. Measuring Economic Activity ? Appendix 20 21. Consumption and Investment ? Appendix 21 22. Business Cycles and Aggregate Demand ? Appendix 22 23. Money and the Financial System ? Appendix 23 24. Monetary Policy and the Economy ? Appendix 24 Part 6 Growth, Development, and the Global Economy 25. Economic Growth ? Appendix 25 26. The Challenge of Economic Development ? Appendix 26 27. Exchange Rates and the International Financial System ? Appendix 27 28. Open-Economy Macroeconomics ? Appendix 28 Part 7 Unemployment, Inflation, and Economic Policy 29. Unemployment and the Foundations of Aggregate Supply ? Appendix 29 30. Inflation ? Appendix 30 31. Frontiers of Macroeconomics Glossary of Terms Index
Summary: This revised edition continues to emphasize the Analytical Core of Economics with particular attention to economic growth and analysis of market economics. This emphasis helps foster a focus on the most important concepts in the principles course.
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Superior coverage of capital, interest and profits
Focuses on the Analytical Core
Updated view of financial markets and monetary policy
Each new edition distills the best thinking of economists about how markets function and about what countries can do to improve people's living standards. But economics has changed profoundly since the first edition of this text appeared in 1948.

Includes Index.

Contents of Indian Adaptation
A Centrist Proclamation
Preface
Preface to the Indian Adaptation
For the Student: Economics and Internet
Useful Websites on Indian Economy

Part 1 Basic Concept

1. The Central Concepts of Economics
? Appendix
2. The Modern Mixed Economy
3. Basic Elements of Supply and Demand
? Appendix 3

Part 2 Microeconomics: Supply, Demand, andProduct Markets

4. Supply and Demand: Elasticity and Applications
5. Demand and Consumer Behavior
? Appendix 5
6. Production and Business Organization
7. Analysis and Costs
? Appendix 7
8. Analysis of Perfectly Competitive Markets
9. Imperfect Competition and Monopoly
10. Competition Among the Few
11. Economics of Uncertainty

Part 3 Factor Markets: Labor, Land, and Capital

12. How Markets Determine Incomes
13. The Labor Market
14. Land, Natural Resources, and the Environment
15. Capital, Interest, and Profits

Part 4 Applications ofEconomic Principles

16. Government Taxation and Expenditure
? Appendix 16
17. Efficiency vs. Equality: The Big Tradeoff
? Appendix 17
18. International Trade
? Appendix 18

Part 5 Macroeconomics: Economic Growth andBusiness Cycles

19. Overview of Macroeconomics
? Appendix 19
20. Measuring Economic Activity
? Appendix 20
21. Consumption and Investment
? Appendix 21
22. Business Cycles and Aggregate Demand
? Appendix 22
23. Money and the Financial System
? Appendix 23
24. Monetary Policy and the Economy
? Appendix 24

Part 6 Growth, Development, and the Global Economy

25. Economic Growth
? Appendix 25
26. The Challenge of Economic Development
? Appendix 26
27. Exchange Rates and the International Financial System
? Appendix 27
28. Open-Economy Macroeconomics
? Appendix 28

Part 7 Unemployment, Inflation, and Economic Policy

29. Unemployment and the Foundations of Aggregate Supply
? Appendix 29
30. Inflation
? Appendix 30
31. Frontiers of Macroeconomics

Glossary of Terms
Index

This revised edition continues to emphasize the Analytical Core of Economics with particular attention to economic growth and analysis of market economics. This emphasis helps foster a focus on the most important concepts in the principles course.

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