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050 00 HB171.5|b.A695 2014 
100 1  Arnold, Roger A 
100    Roger A Arnold 
245 10 Economics /|cRoger A. Arnold 
250    11th ed 
260    New York, N.Y. :|bSouth-Western Cenage Learning,|cc2014 
300    xxxii, 876 p. :|bcol. ill. ;|c26 cm 
500    Includes index 
505 0  Pt. 1.  Economics : The science of scarcity -- What 
       economics is about -- Working with diagrams -- Should you 
       major in economics? -- Economic activities : Producing and
       trading -- Supply and demand : Theory -- Supply and demand
       : Applications -- Pt. 2.  Macroeconomic fundamentals -- 
       Macroeconomic measurements, Part I : Prices and 
       unemployment -- Macroeconomic measurements, Part II : GDP 
       and real GDP -- Pt. 3.  Macroeconomic stability, 
       instability, and fiscal policy -- Aggregate demand and 
       aggregate supply -- The self-regulating economy -- 
       Economic instability : A critique of the self-regulating 
       economy -- Fiscal policy and the federal budget -- Pt. 4. 
       Money, the economy, and monetary policy -- Money and 
       banking -- The Federal Reserve system -- Money and the 
       economy -- Monetary policy -- Pt. 5.  Expectations and 
       growth -- Expectations theory and the economy -- Economic 
       growth -- Pt. 6.  Microeconomic fundamentals -- Elasticity
       -- Consumer choice : Maximizing utility and behavioral 
       economics -- Budget constraint and indifference curve 
       analysis -- Production and costs -- Pt. 7.  Product 
       markets and policies -- Perfect competition -- Monopoly --
       Monopolistic competition, oligopoly, and game theory -- 
       Government and product markets : Antitrust and regulation 
       -- Pt. 8.  Factor markets and related issues -- Factor 
       markets : With emphasis on the labor market -- Wages, 
       unions, and labor -- The distribution of income and 
       poverty -- Interest, rent, and profit -- Pt. 9.  Market 
       failure and public choice -- Market failure : 
       Externalities, public goods, and asymmetric information --
       Public choice : Economic theory applied to politics -- Pt.
       10.  International economics and globalization -- 
       International trade -- International finance -- 
       Globalization and international impacts on the economy -- 
       Pr. 11.  Stocks, bonds, futures, and options -- Pt. 12.  
       Web chapter -- Agriculture : Problems, policies, and 
       unintended effects 
650  0 Economics 
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