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Macroeconomics for Business

Macroeconomics for Business
The Manager's Way of Understanding the Global Economy

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  • Publication planned for: January 2020
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108456753

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  • Interpreting and applying macroeconomic analysis to the global economic environment and understanding the tools used to do so is fundamental to making good managerial decisions. Presuming no background in economic theory and prioritizing international application, this textbook introduces macroeconomics to business students. It explains how to understand domestic and global macroeconomic developments, policies, and data, and makes extensive use of case studies and data sets to present modern macroeconomics in a globalized world. Each chapter has several specific data exercises and practices as well as an international application focusing on the global perspective. By providing a host of international material, this book is useful for instructors and students around the globe.

    • Uses a very minimum of math and statistical concepts and is written for business students and managers.
    • Features such as 'International applications', 'Working with data', and 'Differences of opinion' provide practical experience, international perspectives and policy debates.
    • Uses empirical data to illustrate macroeconomic concepts and arguments. Each chapter includes instruction on how to research data and where to source it.
    • All chapters are self-contained and begin with a chapter overview and end with a summary, followed by review questions.
    • Can be used for full-semester courses or shorter teaching formats.
    • Includes extensive online resources including a test bank, lecture slides, a solutions manual and a data center containing empirical data and links.
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    • Publication planned for: January 2020
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108456753
    • dimensions: 246 x 189 mm
    • availability: Not yet published - available from January 2020
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    List of figures
    List of tables
    1. Macroeconomic concepts and indicators
    2. Aggregate demand
    3. Aggregate supply and short-run equilibrium
    4. Monetary policy and aggregate demand
    5. Fiscal policy and aggregate demand
    6. Monetary and fiscal policy in the long run
    7. Economic growth
    8. International trade, exchange rates & capital flows
    9. Free trade and protectionism
    Index

  • Authors

    Lawrence S. Davidson, Indiana University

    Andreas Hauskrecht, Indiana University

    Jürgen von Hagen, Indiana University

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