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Economic concepts and applications : the contemporary New Zealand environment

Author: James Stewart
Publisher: Auckland : Pearson Education New Zealand, 2008
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Stewart
ISBN: 073399332X 9780733993329
OCLC Number: 233665580
Contents: Pt. I. Resources and sustainability --
Ch. 1: Allocating resources to maximise human welfare --
Ch. 2: Governments, markets and economic performance --
Pt. II. The price mechanism --
Ch. 3: Demand and supply --
Ch. 4: Elasticity and its application --
Pt. III. Theory of the firm --
Ch. 5: Costs of production --
Ch. 6: Market structure and the revenue of a firm --
Ch. 7: Business decision-making strategy --
Pt. IV. Market failure and government intervention --
Ch. 8: Allocative efficiency in a pure market economy --
Ch. 9: Social goods and externalities --
Ch. 10: Government intervention --
Pt. V. The macroeconomic environment --
Ch. 11: Circular flow of a nation's economy --
Ch. 12: Economic activity, the price level and living standards --
Ch. 13: The labour market --
Ch. 14: Aggregate demand and aggregate supply --
Ch. 15: Money and financial markets --
Pt. VI. Macroeconomic policy --
Ch. 16: Monetary policy --
Ch. 17: Fiscal period --
Ch. 18: The public sector in New Zealand --
Pt. VII. The environment of international trade --
Ch. 19: Benefits and costs of international trade --
Ch. 20: Balance of payments: a country's balance sheet --
Ch. 21: Foreign exchange market --
Ch. 22: New Zealand's development in a globalising economy.
Responsibility: James Stewart and Keith Rankin.

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