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Connect Master: 2-Semester Online Access for Principles of Economics

Connect Master: 2-Semester Online Access for Principles of Economics

1st Edition
By Carlos Asarta and Roger Butters
ISBN10: 0077633822
ISBN13: 9780077633820
Copyright: 2016
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ISBN10: 0077633822 | ISBN13: 9780077633820



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Market Equilibrium and Policy

Market Efficiency


Market Failures

Consumer Choice


Perfect Competition

Pure Monopoly

Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly

The Demand for Resources

Resource Prices and Utilization

Public Finance

Measuring Output and Income

Economic Growth

Business Cycles and Unemployment

Aggregate Expenditures Model

Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply

Fiscal Policy


Monetary Policy

Macroeconomic Theories

International Trade

International Finance