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Macroeconomics : theories and policies / Richard T. Froyen.

By: Froyen, Richard T.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Delhi : Pearson Education, 2003Edition: 7th ed.Description: xx, 524 p. : illustrations ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9788178089751.Subject(s): Macroeconomics | Keynesian economics | Macro-economieDDC classification: 339
Contents:
Ch. 1 Introduction. -- Ch. 2 Measurement of macroeconomic variables. -- Ch. 3 Classical macroeconomics I : Equilibrium output. -- Ch. 4 Classical macroeconomics II : Money, prices, and interest. -- Ch. 5 The Keynesian system I : The role of aggregate demand. -- Ch. 6 The Keynesian system II :Money, interest, and income. -- Ch. 7 The Keynesian system III : Policy effects in the IS-LM model. -- Ch. 8 The Keynesian system IV : Aggregate supply and demand. -- Ch. 9 The monetarist counterrevolution. -- Ch. 10 Output, inflation, and unemployment : alternative views. -- Ch. 11 New classical economics. -- Ch. 12 Real business cycles and new Keynesian economics. -- Ch. 13 Macroeconomic models : a summary. -- Ch. 14 Exchange rates and the international monetary system. -- Ch. 15 Monetary and fiscal policy in open economy. -- Ch. 16 The money supply process. -- Ch. 17 Monetary policy. -- Ch. 18 Fiscal policy. -- Ch. 19 Long-and intermediate-term economic growth. -- Ch. 20 Consumption and investment. -- Ch. 21 Money demand-- Glossary-- Index.
Summary: This book is discussed about macroeconomics, inclusive of recent developments, in a coherent way but without glossing over the fundamental disagreements among macroeconomists on issues of both theory and policy. the major modern macroeconomic theories are presented and compared. Important areas of agreement as well as differences are discussed. An attempt is made to demonstrate that the controversies among macroeconomists center on well defined issues that are based on theoretical differences in the underlying models.
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Includes index.

Ch. 1 Introduction. --
Ch. 2 Measurement of macroeconomic variables. --
Ch. 3 Classical macroeconomics I : Equilibrium output. --
Ch. 4 Classical macroeconomics II : Money, prices, and interest. --
Ch. 5 The Keynesian system I : The role of aggregate demand. --
Ch. 6 The Keynesian system II :Money, interest, and income. --
Ch. 7 The Keynesian system III : Policy effects in the IS-LM model. --
Ch. 8 The Keynesian system IV : Aggregate supply and demand. --
Ch. 9 The monetarist counterrevolution. --
Ch. 10 Output, inflation, and unemployment : alternative views. --
Ch. 11 New classical economics. --
Ch. 12 Real business cycles and new Keynesian economics. --
Ch. 13 Macroeconomic models : a summary. --
Ch. 14 Exchange rates and the international monetary system. --
Ch. 15 Monetary and fiscal policy in open economy. --
Ch. 16 The money supply process. --
Ch. 17 Monetary policy. --
Ch. 18 Fiscal policy. --
Ch. 19 Long-and intermediate-term economic growth. --
Ch. 20 Consumption and investment. --
Ch. 21 Money demand--
Glossary--
Index.

This book is discussed about macroeconomics, inclusive of recent developments, in a coherent way but without glossing over the fundamental disagreements among macroeconomists on issues of both theory and policy. the major modern macroeconomic theories are presented and compared. Important areas of agreement as well as differences are discussed. An attempt is made to demonstrate that the controversies among macroeconomists center on well defined issues that are based on theoretical differences in the underlying models.

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