Macroeconomics, 23rd Edition
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Chapter 1: Limits, Alternatives, and Choices
Chapter 2: The Market System and the Circular Flow
PART TWO: PRICE, QUANTITY, AND EFFICIENCY
Chapter 3: Demand, Supply, and Market Equilibrium
Chapter 4: Market Failures Caused by Externalities and Asymmetric Information
Chapter 5: Public Goods, Public Choice, and Government Failure
PART THREE: GDP, GROWTH, AND INSTABILITY
Chapter 6: An Introduction to Macroeconomics
Chapter 7: Measuring Domestic Output and National Income
Chapter 8: Economic Growth
Chapter 9: Business Cycles, Unemployment, and Inflation
PART FOUR: MACROECONOMIC MODELS AND FISCAL POLICY
Chapter 10: Basic Macroeconomic Relationships
Chapter 11: The Aggregate Expenditures Model
Chapter 12: Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Chapter 13: Fiscal Policy, Deficits, and Debt
PART FIVE: MONEY, INTEREST RATES, AND MONETARY POLICY
Chapter 14: Money, the Federal Reserve, and Interest Rates
Chapter 15: Monetary Policy, GDP, and the Price Level
Chapter 16: Financial Economics
PART SIX: EXTENSIONS AND ISSUES
Chapter 17: Extending the Analysis of Aggregate Supply
Chapter 18: Current Issues in Macro Theory and Policy
PART SEVEN: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
Chapter 19: International Trade
Chapter 20: The Balance of Payments, Exchange Rates, and Trade Deficits
Chapter 21: The Economics of Developing Countries
*Bold Chapters Denote Core Topics
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