|Title:||Issues in Economics: An Introduction|
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|Category:||Business and Finance|
|Publisher:||University Press of America (March 17, 2008)|
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Author : James B. Herendeen. Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group Inc. Book Price. Issues in Economics is structured around major policy issues and is divided into three parts: Introduction to Issues in Economics, Microeconomic Issues, and Macroeconomic Issues. The first three chapters are basic introductions to the subject matter of economics with emphasis on theory, institutions, and policy. Theory and institutions becomes the framework for policy analysis.
Books by James B. Herendeen, Modern political economy, Issues in economics, MacRoeconomic Theory and Policy. Created April 1, 2008.
Issues in Economics is structured around major policy issues and is divided into three parts: "Introduction to Issues in Economics," "Microeconomic Issues," and "Macroeconomic Issues.
A good basic understanding of general equilibrium theory is a fundamental and indispensable background for advanced work in virtually any sub-field of economics; and a thorough understanding of the methods of welfare economics, particularly in a general equilibrium context, is indispensable for investigators undertaking applied policy analysis. This book addresses these needs and requirements by emphasizing the basic underpinnings of general equilibrium and welfare economics.
Rethinking Economics Economics is a broad and diverse discipline, but most economics textbooks only cover one way of thinking about the economy. Each chapter is written by a leading expert in the field described and is intended to stand on its own as well as providing an ambitious survey that seeks to highlight the true diversity of economic thought. This book provides a useful introduction to alternative voices in economics at a time when, though none of them has all the answers, they are each at least posing questions that the mainstream failed to even consider.
This book is a very good introduction to development economics for those who have some background in economics. The book does assume some prior knowledge of concepts and terminology, as it seeks to address many of the main contemporary issues related to development. There is a definite bias of focus on Third World developing countries rather than transitional or developed countries
price for USA in USD (gross). The excellent textbook covers essential topics in the mathematical theory of markets, and it is addressed for a second semester of microeconomic theory as required by most P. programs in economics. The book contains 40 figures and 11 tables, and some exercises to test the reader’s understanding at the end of each chapter. the book covers the topic in a very lucid and useful way and is an excellent resource for the first year P.
You can download the book or read it online. Description: An Introduction to Economics by Kevin Bucknall, designed for the GCE A-Level (General Certificate of Education, Advanced Level) in the UK. As this covers basic economics, these notes could also be used to help you to understand any introductory course in college economics, particularly if you are having trouble with some of their maths and want a non-mathematical explanation to help you understand more quickly.
In this book, he criticised the conspicuous lifestyle of the wealthy American tycoons such as Morgan and Vanderbilt. This book is an essay on the conspicuous consumption behaviour of the wealthy nouveaux riches in the United States. This is an al and sociological topic. Tardes and Veblens work may be regarded as the rst wave of economic psychology (Van Raaij, 1985). Psychology was clearly out and a big bang was needed to reintroduce psychology in economics. The third wave is the introduction of behavioural or psychological economics. The 1978 Nobel prize winner Herbert Simon, both an economist and a psychologist, emerged with his theory of bounded rationality (Simon, 1957). Macro-economists adopted this in their models of adaptive expectations and rules of thumb.