Table of contents for Economics / Roger A. Arnold.
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AN INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS. Part 1: ECONOMICS: THE SCIENCE OF SCARCITY. 1. What Economics is About. Appendix A: Working with Diagrams. Appendix B: Should You Major in Economics? 2. Economic Activities: Producing and Trading. 3. Supply and Demand: Theory. 4. Supply and Demand: Practice. Economics in Perspective: Musical Notes, Economic Notes. MACROECONOMICS. Part 2: MACROECONOMIC FUNDAMENTALS. 5. Macroeconomic Measurements, Part I: Prices and Unemployment. 6. Macroeconomic Measurements, Part II: GDP and Real GDP. Economics in Perspective: The Stories Behind the Numbers. Part 3: MACROECONOMIC STABILITY, INSTABILITY, AND FISCAL POLICY. 7. Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply. 8. The Self-Regulating Economy. 9. Economic Instability: A Critique of the Self-Regulating Economy. 10. The Federal Budget and Fiscal Policy. Part 4: MONEY, THE ECONOMY, AND MONETARY POLICY. 11. Money and Banking. 12. The Federal Reserve System. 13. Money and the Economy. 14. Monetary Policy. Part 5: EXPECTATIONS AND GROWTH. 15. Expectations Theory and the Economy. 16. Economic Growth: Resources, Technology, and Ideas. Economics in Perspective: Debates in Macroeconomics. MICROECONOMICS. Part 6: MICROECONOMIC FUNDAMENTALS. 17. Elasticity. 18. Consumer Choice: Maximizing Utility and Behavioral Economics. Appendix C: Budget Constraint and Indifference Curve Analysis. 19. The Firm. 20. Production and Costs. Part 7: PRODUCT MARKET AND POLICIES. 21. Perfect Competition. 22. Monopoly. 23. Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly, and Game Theory. 24. Government and Product Markets: Antitrust and Regulation. Part 8: FACTOR MARKETS AND RELATED ISSUES. 25. Factor Markets: With Emphasis on the Labor Market. 26. Wages, Unions, and Labor. 27. The Distribution of Income and Poverty. 28. Interest, Rent, and Profit. Part 9: MARKET FAILURE AND PUBLIC CHOICE. 29. Market Failure: Externalities, Public Goods, and Asymmetric Information. 30. Public Choice: Economic Theory Applied to Politics. THE WORLD ECONOMY. Part 10: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS: THEORY AND POLICY. 32. International Trade. 33. International Finance.
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