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The economics of macro issues

Author: Roger LeRoy Miller; Daniel K Benjamin
Publisher: New York, NY : Pearson, [2018]
Series: Pearson series in economics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Eighth EditionView all editions and formats
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Revised edition of The economics of macro issues, [2016]

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roger LeRoy Miller; Daniel K Benjamin
ISBN: 9780134531991 013453199X
OCLC Number: 985974772
Notes: Revised edition of The economics of macro issues, 2016.
Description: xiv, 242 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Preface --
The miracle of economic growth --
Rich nation, poor nation --
Innovation and growth --
Outsourcing and economic growth --
Poverty, capitalism, and growth --
The threat to growth --
Hello boomers, goodbye prosperity --
The business cycle, unemployment, and inflation --
What should gdp include? --
What's in a word? plenty, when it's the "r" word --
The disappearing middle class --
Capital, wealth, and inequality --
The great stagnation --
The case of the missing workers --
The gig economy --
Mobility in america --
Inflation and the debt bomb --
Is it real, or is it nominal? --
: fiscal policy --
Can we afford the affordable care act? --
Who really pays taxes? --
Are you stimulated yet? --
Higher taxes are in your future --
The myths of social security --
: monetary policy and financial institutions --
The fed and financial panics --
The fed feeding frenzy --
Deposit insurance and financial markets --
Revolutionizing the way we pay --
Cryptocurrencies --
: globalization and international finance --
The value of the dollar --
The eurozone after brexit --
The global power of the big mac --
The opposition to globalization --
The $750,000 job --
Glossary --
Selected references and web links --
Index.
Series Title: Pearson series in economics.
Responsibility: Roger LeRoy Miller, Research Professor of Economics, University of Texas, Arlington, Daniel K. Benjamin, Clemson University, South Carolina, and PERC, Bozeman, Montana.

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