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Make That Grade: Economics (4th Edition)

Make That Grade: Economics (4th Edition)

James O'Leary

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4th Edition. This is a comprehensive yet succinct overview of the theory and practice of economics.

New to this edition:

    • The Irish banking crisis and how it was caused
    • The collapse of the 'Celtic Tiger' economy
    • The deterioration in the Irish Government's finances
    • The economics of recession
    • The IMF/EU bailout
    • The sovereign debt crisis in the eurozone
    • The new constraints on Irish Government fiscal policy
    • New macroeconomic data reflecting the changed economic conditions of the Irish economy
    • Medium-term prospects for the Irish economy.

Written for those studying economics as part of an undergraduate diploma or degree; Students of professional exams and Postgraduate diploma students, the contents of the book are as follows:

  • Chapter 1: What is Economics?
  • Chapter 2: Supply and Demand
  • Chapter 3: Applications of Supply and Demand Analysis
  • Chapter 4: Consumer Theory
  • Chapter 5: Costs of Production
  • Chapter 6: Profit and the Behaviour of the Firm
  • Chapter 7: Market Structures
  • Chapter 8: Markets for Factors of Production
  • Chapter 9: Market Failure
  • Chapter 10: National Income
  • Chapter 11: The Determination of National Income
  • Chapter 12: Government in the Circular Flow
  • Chapter 13: Money and Banking
  • Chapter 14: IS/LM Model
  • Chapter 15: AS-AD Model
  • Chapter 16: International Trade
  • Chapter 17: Exchange Rates
  • Chapter 18: The Economics of European Integration Answers to Self-Test Questions

Additional Information

Author James O'Leary
Publisher Gill Books
Publication date 10 Apr 2012
Format Paperback
ISBN/EAN 9780717152698

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