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Macroeconomics

Опубликовано на портале: 30-01-2003
New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002
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Brad DeLongs Macroeconomics offers a new approach to the subject. Drawing upon his vast experience teaching, researching, and advising the U.S. government on Economy policy has enabled him to write an intermediate macroeconomics text that will set the standard for books in this area for years to come.

Brad DeLongs Macroeconomics offers a new approach to the subject. Drawing upon his vast experience teaching, researching, and advising the U.S. government on Economy policy has enabled him to write an intermediate macroeconomics text that will set the standard for books in this area for years to come. For example, DeLong focuses on the interest rate rather than the AS/AD diagram and he includes expanded coverage of the crucial topic of long-run growth. His lively text is modern, provides extensive insight into economic policy, incorporates a strong international perspective, and offers a broad historical perspective. Because of all the happenings in the macroeconomy since September of 2001, we are publishing a special Updated Edition Value Package of DeLong. This Updated Edition covers such important topics as the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and their remarkably strong but apparently short-lived effects on production and employment, the recession, the Argentinean financial crisis and more. The Updated Edition Value Package also includes the high-quality Study Guide, written by Martha Olney at University of California-Berkeley.

Updated Edition (Revirsed) + Updated Study Guide

Table of Contents

Part I. Preliminaries
1. Introduction to Macroeconomics
2. Measuring the Macroeconomy
3. Thinking Like an Economist

Part II. Long-Run Economic Growth

4. The Theory of Economic Growth
5. The Reality of Economic Growth: History and Prospect

Part III. Flexible-Price Macroeconomics
6. Building Blocks of the Flexible-Price Model
Appendix 6A A Closer Look at Consumption
Appendix 6B Present Value and Investment
7. Equilibrium in the Flexible-Price Model
8. Money, Prices, and Inflation

Part IV. Sticky-Price Macroeconomics
9. The Income-Expenditure Framework: Consumption and the Multiplier
10. Investment, Net Exports, and Interest Rates
Appendix 10A The Term Premium and Expected Future Interest Rates
11. Extending the Sticky-Price Model: More Analytical Tools
12. The Phillips Curve and Expectations

Part V. Macroeconomic Policy
13. Stabilization Policy 14. The Budget Balance, the National Debt, and Investment
15. International Economic Policy
16. Changes in the Macroeconomy and Changes in Macroeconomic Policy
17. The Future of Macroeconomics
Epilog