Building upon the success of previous editions, Macroeconomics 3/e provides a comprehensive analysis of modern macroeconomics within a global context. Competing theoretical approaches are presented in a clear and balanced manner with continual reference to data and case study examples from the real world. The excellent teaching and learning aids include chapter overviews, summaries of key concepts, end of chapter exercises, and suggestions for further reading for each chapter. Completely revised and updated, this new edition contains new material on economic growth, labour markets and unemployment, money supply, inflation, financial and exchange markets, and supply side policies.
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Michael Burda is Professor of Macroeconomics and Labour Economics at the Humboldt-Universitaet, Berlin, and has published research relating to the labour markets of both Western and Eastern Europe. Charles Wyplosz is at the Graduate Institute of International Studies, University of Geneva. His research is on exchange rates and macroeconomic policies. He is a frequent adviser to governments and international organizations.
`Review from previous edition 'For European students there is no rival'' Professor C. G. Devries, Tinbergen Institute, Rotterdam
`'Clear analytical presentation of complex matters, richly illustrated with empirical data'' G. M. Popelier, Open University, Heerlen, The Netherlands
`'An excellent reference and overview for the now standard macro model. It is also very useful because of its focus on European matters'' Professor Casper de Vries, Erasmus University, Rotterdam
`'Excellent description of the workings of European economies and markets.'' Professor Ernst Ludwig von Thadden, University of Lausanne
`'A high quality textbook, very well suited for an undergraduate macro course in any European university.'' Professor Antonio Barbosa, New University of Lisbon
`'Goes further than standard macroeconomics books for this level...it provides a very realistic selection of facts and theories explaining these facts.'' Lebre de Freitas, Universitate Independente, Lisbon
`'A crystal clear writing style combining Keynesian macroeconomics with solid microeconomic foundations makes this book a remarkable reference ... and will certainly change the way intermediate macroeconomics is taught.'' Rui Nuno Baleiras, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
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`'An excellent text: comprehensive and packed with good material. The learning curve is steep but rewarding.'' C. Lawson, University of Bath
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110198776500