This revised edition of the economics student workbook contains: key learning blocks; important concepts and technical terms, exercises, true/false checks; exercises of different types use data from the real world.
This revised edition of the economics student workbook is the perfect learning companion to the seventh edition of Economics, 7e. It contains Key Learning Blocks, Important concepts and technical terms, Exercises, True/False checks, Extracts from the recent press, Questions for thought and Answers to all the questions. Each chapter of this workbook has the following sections: Key Learning Blocks summarize the key points of the correspondings chapter in Begg, Fischer and Dornbusch economics. Important concepts and technical terms provide an invaluable checklist of key terms and definitions. Exercises of different types use data from the real world. True/False checks successful learning and effective revision. Extracts from the recent press provoke further thought and discussion and show economics in action. Questions for thought extend the analysis to the cutting edge of current thinking and debate. Answers to all the questions, together with clear explanations of the reasoning involved, are given at the back of the book. A clear contemporary new design to enhance learning.
David Begg is Principal of the Tanaka Business School at Imperial College London. He has been a Research Fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (a network of leading European economists) since its inception in 1984. David's research focuses mainly on monetary policy, exchange rates, monetary union, and economic transition. He is a Research Fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research. He co-authored several of the CEPR annual reports in the series he helped found: Monitoring the European Central Bank, and Monitoring European Integration. The 1997 MEI Report, EMU: Getting the Endgame Right, changed the policy that the European Union adopted to launch the euro in 1999. He was also founding Managing Editor of Economic Policy, now an official journal of the European Economic Association.
Table of Contents
Part One Introduction: 1. Economics and the economy; 2. Tools of economic analysis; 3. Demand, supply, and the market; 4. Elasticities of demand and supply. Part Two Microeconomics: 5. Consumer choice and demand decisions. 6. Introducing supply decisions; 7. Costs and supply; 8. Perfect competition and pure monopoly; 9. Market structure and imperfect competition; 10. The labour market; 11. Different types of labour; 12. Factor markets and income distribution; 13. Risk and information; 14. The information economy. Part Three Welfare Economics: 15. Welfare economics; 16. Government spending and revenue; 17. Industrial policy and competition policy; 18. Natural monopoly: public or private? Part Four Macroeconomics: 19: Intro to macroeconomics; 20: Output and aggregate demand; 21: Fiscal policy and foreign trade; 22. Money and Banking; 23. Interest rates and monetary transmission; 24. Monetary and fiscal policy; 25. Aggregate supply, prices and the adjustment to shocks; 26. Inflation, expectations, and credibility; 27. Unemployment; 28. Exchange rates and the balance of payments; 29: Open economy macroeconomics; 30. Economic Growth; 31. Business cycles; 32. Macroeconomics: taking stock. Part Five The World Economy: 33: International trade; 34: Exchange rate regimes 35: European integration. (Part contents)
Economics by David Begg
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