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Macroeconomics: Australia in the Global Environment eBook + Microeconomics: Australia in the Global Environment eBook and MyLab Economics, 2nd Edition

Michael Parkin
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Macroeconomics: Australia in the Global Environment eBook + Microeconomics: Australia in the Global Environment eBook and MyLab Economics, 2nd Edition

By Michael Parkin, Robin Bade
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Author
Michael Parkin
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Edition
2nd
ISBN
9781488658594
Published Date
31/03/2020
This pack consists of: access to Macroeconomics: Australia in the Global Environment eBook and Microeconomics: Australia in the Global Environment eBook as well as access to MyLab Economics.

Macroeconomics: Australia in the Global Environment
Parkin and Bade aim to help students focus on the most important concepts of macroeconomics and effectively practice the application of those concepts.
  • Modern topics – Includes contemporary examples that help students tie theory to real-world situations.
  • Encourages students to learn by doing – Features multiple checkpoints which aim to teach students how to think like an economist in everyday life.
  • Challenges thinking – Encourages students to apply theory to important issues that shape our global society.
Microeconomics: Australia in the Global Environment
This is a product designed for students who are taking 2 semester introductory course to economics, split into micro and macroeconomics, who need to understand the principles of economic theory and how it relates to the real world.

It provides both a textbook full of exercises and examples scaffolded on underlying theory plus MyLab Economics to consolidate technical understanding.

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Table of contents
Macroeconomics: Australia in the Global Environment
  • Part 1: Introduction
  • 1. Getting Started
  • 2. The Australian and Global Economies
  • 3. The Economic Problem
  • 4. Demand and Supply
  • Part 2: Monitoring the Macroeconomy
  • 5. GDP: A Measure of Total Production and Income
  • 6. Jobs and Unemployment
  • 7. The CPI and Cost of Living
  • Part 3: Understanding the Macroeconomy
  • 8. Economic Growth
  • 9. Finance, Saving and Investment
  • 10. Money, the Price Level and Inflation
  • 11. Aggregate Supply and Aggregate Demand
  • 12. Aggregate Expenditure Multiplier
  • 13. The Short-Run Policy Tradeoff
  • Part 4: Macroeconomic Policy
  • 14. Fiscal Policy
  • 15. Monetary Policy
  • 16. International Trade Policy
  • 17. International Finance

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Microeconomics: Australia in the Global Environment
  • PART 1 INTRODUCTION
  • 1 Getting Started
  • 2 The Australian and Global Economies
  • 3 The Economic Problem
  • 4 Demand and Supply
  • PART 2 A CLOSER LOOK AT MARKETS
  • 5 Elasticities of Demand and Supply
  • 6 Efficiency and Fairness of Markets
  • PART 3 HOW GOVERNMENTS INFLUENCE THE ECONOMY
  • 7 Government Actions in Markets
  • 8 Taxes
  • 9 Global Markets in Action
  • PART 4 MARKET FAILURE AND PUBLIC POLICY
  • 10 Externalities
  • 11 Public Goods and Common Resources
  • PART 5 A CLOSER LOOK AT DECISION MAKERS
  • 12 Consumer Choice and Demand
  • 13 Production and Cost
  • PART 6 PRICES, PROFITS AND INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE
  • 14 Perfect Competition
  • 15 Monopoly
  • 16 Monopolistic Competition
  • 17 Oligopoly
  • PART 7 INCOMES AND INEQUALITY
  • 18 Markets for Factors of Production
  • 19 Economic Inequality

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