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Macroeconomics: An open economy approach

Опубликовано на портале: 28-10-2003
New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2000, 429 с.
This new macroeconomics book deals entirely with open economy macroeconomics, reflecting a concern to understand macroeconomic principles and applications in the context of the open economies of Western Europe and the rest of the world. This book provides a new framework for understanding contemporary macroeconomics theory, policy and applications.


    Part I: Background: The Origins and Development of Macroeconomics
    The Social Framework for National Income Accounting
    Basic Concepts and Methods of Macroeconomics

    Part II: The Income-Expenditure Framework
    The Income-Expenditure Model and Goods Market Equilibrium
    Fiscal Policy and Devaluation Analysis

    Part III: The IS-LM Framework : Financial Assets, Asset Market Equilibrium and Monetary Policy
    The Government Budget Constraint and the Financing of Fiscal Policy
    The Demand for Money

    Part IV: The Ads-As Framework:
    The Classical Theory of the Labor Market and Aggregate Supply
    The Keynesian Theory of Aggregate Supply and Supply Shocks
    The AD-AS Model of Economic Policy
    The New Keynesian Theories of Sticky Wages and Unemployment

    Part V: Macroeconomic Dynamics: Economic Growth and Technical Progress
    Business Cycles
    The Dynamic Theory of Macroeconomic Policy

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