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Macroeconomics
From Short Run to Long Run


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Macroeconomics

© 2018 | 524 pages | SAGE Texts

This comprehensive textbook deals with multidimensional aspects of macroeconomics through lucid presentation of concepts and critical comparison of different schools of thoughts.

Macroeconomics: From Short Run to Long Run presents a clear explanation of how the incomes of a country, prices of goods and services, level of employment, interest rates and so on are determined and how an economy progresses. The book attempts to re-establish the existing theories behind the determination of macro variables and the growth process of an economy. In the process, it captures the significance of the debate between the classical orthodox theories and Keynesian modernism and its implications. Besides adhering to traditional aspects, the book also focuses on recent developments such as green macroeconomics. Undergraduate and postgraduate students of economics and business economics will find this book immensely helpful.

Key Features:

• Provides empirical verification of theories where necessary.

• Offers insightful content and critical analysis of environmental factors in the study of macroeconomics.

• Chapters aided by mathematical explanations, quantitative problems and their solutions, and a plethora of objective review questions.

 
Foreword by Asis Kumar Banerjee
 
Preface
 
Basic Issues of Macroeconomics
 
National Income and Its Measurement
 
National Income–Some Related Issues
 
Simple Keynesian Model without Government (Model I)
 
Simple Keynesian Model with Government (Model II)
 
Commodity Market and the IS Curve (Model III)
 
Introduction of Monetary Sector into the Keynesian System (Model IV)
 
Interactions of IS–LM Functions–– Fiscal and Monetary Policy (Model V)
 
Aggregate Demand and Supply Analysis
 
Application of Aggregate Demand, Supply and Phillips Curve
 
Classical Model
 
Money and Quantity Theory
 
Theory of Inflation
 
Complete Keynesian Model
 
Consumption Function
 
Theories of Investment Demand
 
Demand for Money
 
Theory of Money Supply
 
Schools of Thoughts in Macroeconomics
 
Open Economy Macroeconomics–Concepts and Applications
 
Accounting of International Linkages–The Balance of Payments
 
Interactions among Commodity Market, Money Market and External Market
 
Theories of Economic Growth–Classical and Harrod-Domar
 
The Neoclassical Growth Model
 
Theories of Endogenous Growth
 
Green Macroeconomics
 
Index

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Dibyendu Banerjee

Dibyendu Banerjee is currently Assistant Professor of Economics at Serampore College, West Bengal, India, with 14 years of teaching and research experience in various fields of the subject. He completed his bachelor (Hons) of economics from R. K. Mission, Narendrapur, and master’s degree from the University of Calcutta. He obtained his doctoral degree from the same university working under the supervision of Professor Sarbajit Chaudhuri. He started his career as Lecturer in economics at A.K.P.C. Mahavidyalaya, Hooghly. Dr Banerjee, with his specialisation in advance economic theory, has contributed several research papers to many renowned... More About Author

Ramesh Chandra Das

Ramesh Chandra Das is currently Associate Professor of Economics at Katwa College, West Bengal, India, with 18 years of teaching and research experience in different fields of the subject. He has obtained masters, MPhil and PhD degrees in economics from the University of Calcutta. Dr Das has contributed several research papers to national and international journals with reputations along with completions of three minor research projects sponsored by UGC, India. He has edited Handbook of Research on Globalization, Investment and Growth—Implications of Confidence and Governance; Handbook of Research on Global Indicators of Economic and... More About Author

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