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This book provides readers with an integrated view of macroeconomics, and enables them to make close contact with current macroeconomic events. Theoretical material is always presented within the context of a real world application in three ways: in words, in graphs, and with algebra. Chapter topics include the goods market; financial markets; the labor market; the natural rate of unemployment and The Phillips Curve; inflation, activity, and money growth; saving, capital accumulation, and output; technological progress and growth; technological progress, wages, and unemployment; expectations, consumption, and investment; expectations, output, and policy; output, the interest rate, and the exchange rate; exchange rate regimes; slumps and depressions; high inflation; and a summing up of monetary and fiscal policies. For anyone with an awareness of how macroeconomics can be used to get a better understanding of world events.
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