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Foundations of economics

Author: Andrew Gillespie
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd editionView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Gillespie
ISBN: 9780199674879 0199674876
OCLC Number: 884449659
Notes: Previous edition: 2011.
Description: xxix, 554 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 Microeconomics --
1. What is economics? --
The basic economic problem --
Solving the fundamental economic questions --
Mixed economies --
Types of economics --
Key terms and concepts in economics --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Assignment Questions --
Key Learning Points --
2. The production possibility frontier (PPF) --
Scarcity and choice --
The production possibility frontier (PPF) --
Reallocation of resources --
Productive inefficiency --
Shifting the production possibility frontier outward --
Consumption outside the production possibility frontier --
Present versus future decisions --
The shape of the production possibility frontier --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Assignment Questions --
Key Learning Points --
Learn More --
3. Demand --
Introduction --
The demand curve --
The shape of the demand curve --
Marginal and total utility --
A movement along the demand curve. Contents note continued: Upward-sloping demand curves --
A shift in the demand curve --
The reasons for a shift in demand --
Individual and market demand --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Assignment Questions --
Key Learning Points --
Reference --
Learn More --
4. The elasticity of demand --
The elasticity of demand --
The price elasticity of demand --
Determinants of the price elasticity of demand --
The value of the price elasticity of demand along the demand curve --
The price elasticity of demand and total revenue --
The income elasticity of demand --
The cross-price elasticity of demand --
Practical limitations of the concept of elasticity of demand --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Key Learning Points --
ReferenceS --
Learn More --
5. Supply --
Introduction to supply --
Movement along the supply curve --
Shifts in supply --
The reasons for a shift in the supply curve --
Industry supply --
Joint supply. Contents note continued: The price elasticity of supply --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Key Learning Points --
Learn More --
6. Market equilibrium --
Markets --
Equilibrium --
The effects on the equilibrium price and quantity of a change in demand --
The effects on the equilibrium price and quantity of a change in supply --
How can supply and demand analysis help us? --
The introduction of an indirect tax --
The introduction of subsidies --
Interrelated markets --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Key Learning Points --
Learn More --
7. The free market system --
The free market --
Advantages of the free market system --
The disadvantages of the market system: Market failures and imperfections --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Assignment Questions --
Key Learning Points --
Learn More --
8. Intervening in the market system --
Intervention in markets --
Examples of government intervention in the market system. Contents note continued: Problems of government intervention in the market system --
Nationalization --
Privatization --
Reasons to privatize --
Problems of privatization --
Problems of intervention --
Regulatory capture --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Assignment Questions --
Key Learning Points --
Reference --
9. Costs: Short run and long run --
The importance of costs --
Short-run costs --
Long-run cost curves --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Assignment Questions --
Key Learning Points --
Learn More --
10. Revenues, costs, and profits --
Introduction --
Total revenue --
Marginal revenue --
Marginal revenue and total revenue --
Total costs --
Marginal costs and total costs --
Profit and loss --
The difference between accounting profit and economists' profits: Normal and abnormal profit --
Profits versus profitability --
Profit-maximization: The marginal condition --
The decision of whether to produce or not. Contents note continued: Business objectives --
Other objectives --
How to grow --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Assignment Questions --
Key Learning Points --
ReferenceS --
Learn More --
11. Perfect competition --
Why study market structure? --
Introduction to perfect competition --
Perfectly competitive firms as price takers --
Short-run equilibrium in perfect competition --
Long-run equilibrium in perfect competition --
Deriving the supply curve in perfect competition --
Summary --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Key Learning Points --
12. Monopoly --
Introduction to monopoly --
Demand and marginal revenue for a monopolist --
Price and output decisions in a monopoly --
Monopoly compared to perfect competition --
Should we prevent monopolies? --
Contestable markets --
Barriers to entry --
Price discrimination --
Conditions for effective price discrimination --
Perfect price discrimination --
The benefits of price discrimination. Contents note continued: Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
ASSIGNMENT QUESTION --
Key Learning Points --
ReferenceS --
13. Oligopoly --
Introduction --
The kinked demand curve model --
Cartels --
Game theory --
Summary --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
ASSIGNMENT QUESTION --
Key Learning Points --
ReferenceS --
Learn More --
14. Monopolistic competition and non-price competition --
Introduction --
Non-price competition --
Porter's five forces analysis of market structure --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
ASSIGNMENT QUESTION --
Key Learning Points --
15. The labour market --
The labour market --
The supply of and demand for labour --
Labour supply --
Transfer earnings and economic rent --
The wage elasticity of supply of labour --
The demand for labour --
The wage elasticity of demand for labour --
Wages in a perfectly competitive labour market --
Changes in demand and supply conditions in the labour market. Contents note continued: Wage differentials in labour markets --
Limitations of the marginal revenue product model of wage determination --
Minimum wages --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Assignment Questions --
Key Learning Points --
Learn More --
Advise The Government --
pt. 2 Macroeconomics --
16. Introduction to macroeconomics --
Introduction --
Government economic objectives --
Policy instruments --
Policy debates --
Policy conflicts --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
ASSIGNMENT QUESTION --
Key Learning Points --
Learn More --
17. Equilibrium in the economy --
Introduction --
Equilibrium in the economy --
The circular flow of income --
Injections (J) --
Withdrawals (W) --
Adding in injections and withdrawals to the circular flow --
Getting to equilibrium: The adjustment process --
Changes in planned injections and withdrawals --
The aggregate demand schedule --
Aggregate demand and potential output --
Reflationary policies. Contents note continued: The multiplier effect --
How does the multiplier work? --
The size of the multiplier --
The multiplier in an open economy --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
ASSIGNMENT QUESTION --
Key Learning Points --
Learn More --
18. National income and the standard of living --
Introduction --
Measuring national income --
Real national income versus nominal national income --
National income and living standards --
The Lorenz curve and the Gini coefficient --
Limitations of real GDP per capita as a measure of a country's standard of living --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
ASSIGNMENT QUESTION --
Key Learning Points --
ReferenceS --
Learn More --
19. Aggregate demand, aggregate supply, and the price level --
Introduction --
Aggregate demand --
Aggregate supply --
Equilibrium in the economy --
The short-run and long-run aggregate supply curve --
Government policy and the level of national income --
Case Study. Contents note continued: Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Key Learning Points --
Learn More --
20. Consumption --
Introduction --
The Keynesian consumption function --
The average propensity to consume --
Other influences on consumption spending --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Assignment Questions --
Key Learning Points --
ReferenceS --
Learn More --
21. Investment --
Introduction --
Gross and net investment --
Factors affecting the level of investment in an economy --
The importance of investment --
The marginal efficiency of capital --
The accelerator-multiplier model --
Limitations of the accelerator model --
Cost-benefit analysis --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT --
Key Learning Points --
22. Fiscal policy --
Introduction --
Government spending --
Taxation --
Marginal and average tax rates --
Taxation systems --
A `fair' tax system --
Using taxation as a government policy instrument. Contents note continued: The Laffer curve --
Types of benefit --
Fiscal drag --
The public sector net cash requirement --
The national debt --
Automatic and discretionary fiscal policy --
Fiscal stance --
Changing taxes versus changing spending to affect the aggregate demand --
The effectiveness of fiscal policy --
Supply-side fiscal policy --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
ASSIGNMENT QUESTION --
Key Learning Points --
Reference --
Learn More --
23. Money and monetary policy --
Introduction --
The Bank of England --
Banks and financial institutions --
The market for money --
Fisher's equation of exchange --
The Quantity theory of Money and Monetarists --
Factors that might limit the impact of an increase in the money supply on prices --
Controlling the money supply --
Problems controlling the money supply --
Monetary policy in the UK --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Key Learning Points --
Reference --
Learn More. Contents note continued: 24. Economic growth and the economic cycle --
Introduction --
Types of growth --
What can a government do to promote growth? --
The problems of growth --
The economic cycle --
The stages of the economic cycle --
What causes the economic cycle? --
Indicators of the economic cycle --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
ASSIGNMENT QUESTION --
Key Learning Points --
Learn More --
25. Unemployment --
Introduction --
Causes of unemployment --
Voluntary and involuntary unemployment --
The natural rate of unemployment --
Government policies to reduce unemployment --
The possible costs of unemployment --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
ASSIGNMENT QUESTION --
Key Learning Points --
Learn More --
26. Inflation --
Introduction --
Calculating inflation --
Why does inflation matter? --
What causes inflation? --
Controlling inflation --
The Monetary Policy Committee in the UK --
Real interest rates versus nominal interest rates. Contents note continued: The Phillips curve: Inflation and unemployment --
Deflation --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
ASSIGNMENT QUESTION --
Key Learning Points --
Learn More --
27. Exchange rates --
Introduction --
Exchange rate --
What determines the external value of a currency? --
Equilibrium in the currency market --
Appreciation and depreciation of the exchange rate --
The advantages and disadvantages of a floating exchange rate system --
A fixed exchange rate system --
The exchange rate mechanism --
The single European currency: The euro --
The real exchange rate --
Purchasing power parity (PPP) --
Does a strong pound matter? --
Effect of a falling pound: Depreciation and the current account --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
ASSIGNMENT QUESTION --
Key Learning Points --
Learn More --
28. International trade, balance of payments, and protectionism --
Introduction --
Exports --
Imports --
Absolute and comparative advantage. Contents note continued: The benefits of trade --
Terms of trade --
The balance of payments --
The balance of payments and exchange rates --
A current account deficit on the balance of payments --
Free trade --
The European Union --
The World Trade Organization --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Assignment Questions --
Key Learning Points --
Reference --
Learn More --
29. Protectionism and globalization --
Protectionism --
The effect of tariffs --
The effects of quotas --
The effects of subsidies --
Globalization --
Defining globalization --
What benefits can globalization bring? --
What are the dangers of globalization? --
Why has globalization been occurring? --
Rich vs poor? --
Critics of globalization --
What limits the growth of some developing economies? --
The future? --
Conclusion --
Case Study --
Review Questions --
Put Into Practice --
Assignment Questions --
Key Learning Points --
References --
Advise The Government.
Responsibility: Andrew Gillespie.
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