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Economics Today: The Macro View (16th Edition) (Pearson Series in Economics)
by:Roger LeRoy Miller
Roger LeRoy Miller's Economics Today: The Macro View (16th Edition) (Pearson Series in Economics) is an appealing text that boasts clear presentation and the inclusion of interesting applications. This resource engages students through conversation and exposure of the most current issues and events. Roger Leroy Miller is a seasoned instructor and writer,...
Roger LeRoy Miller's Economics Today: The Macro View (16th Edition) (Pearson Series in Economics) is an appealing text that boasts clear presentation and the inclusion of interesting applications. This resource engages students through conversation and exposure of the most current issues and events. Roger Leroy Miller is a seasoned instructor and writer, currently serving at the Institute for University Studies in Arlington, Texas. He has taught at the University of Washington at Seattle, the University of Hawaii, Clemson University, and the University of Miami, where he co-founded the Law and Economics Center. Miller has also served as a consultant to several law firms and numerous state and federal agencies. He has plenty of experience in the writing arena as well authoring and co-authoring an array of articles and textbooks. His books include the best-selling Economics Today text and the highly successful Economics of Public Issues. Economics Today: The Macro View (16th Edition) (Pearson Series in Economics) has been strategically organized into 5 sections. Part 1 serves as a thorough 'Introduction' with chapters devoted to topics such as the nature of economics, scarcity and the world of trade-offs, demand and supply, extensions of demand and supply analysis, public spending and public choice, and funding the public sector. Part 2 entitled 'Introduction to Macroeconomics and Economic Growth' includes chapters focusing on unemployment, inflation, and deflation, measuring the economy's performance, and global economic growth and development. 'Real GDP Determination and Fiscal Policy' is the focus of part 3 with chapters delving into such topics as classical and Keynesian macro analyses, consumption, real GDP, and the multiplier, fiscal policy, deficit spending and the public debt. Part 4 deals with 'Money, Stabilization, and Growth' and includes chapters dealing with money, banking, and central banking, domestic and international dimensions of monetary policy, stabilization in an integrated world economy, as well as policies and prospects for global economic growth. Since this text is one volume in a series, it actually jumps to part 8 which is entitled 'Global Economics' and discusses comparative advantage and the open economy and exchange rates and the balance of payments.
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