1 Economics and Life
2 Specialization and Exchange
PART 2 Supply and Demand
6 Government Intervention
PART 3 Individual Decisions
7 Consumer Behavior
8 Behavioral Economics: A Closer Look at Decision Making
9 Game theory and Strategic Thinking
11 Time and Uncertainty
PART 4 Firm Decisions
12 The Costs of Production
13 Perfect Competition
15 Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
16 The Factors of Production
17 International Trade
PART 5 Public Economics
19 Public Goods and Common Resources
20 Taxation and the Public Budget
21 Poverty, Inequality, and Discrimination
22 Political Choices
23 Public Policy and Choice Architecture
PART 6 The Data of Macroeconomics
24 Measuring GDP
25 The Cost of Living
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26 Unemployment and the Labor Market
27 Economic Growth
PART 8 The Economy in the Short and Long Run
28 Aggregate Expenditure
29 Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
30 Fiscal Policy
PART 9: The Financial System and Institutions
31 The Basics of Finance
32 Money and the Monetary System
34 Financial Crisis
PART 10: International Policy Issues
35 Open-Market Macroeconomics
36 Development Economics
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