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Product Details:
 ISBN10 : 1285738314
 ISBN13 : 9781285738314
 Author: Roger A. Arnold
Ever wonder why you have the number of friends that you do? Would a tax on soda really reduce obesity? What is going on with the financial problems in Greece? Is a tax rebate is better than a tax bonus? MACROECONOMICS, 12E answers these questions and many more as this book opens up the world of economic analysis. This edition offers more detailed coverage of the financial and economic crisis than any other macroeconomics book of its kind on the market. Memorable examples from pop culture illustrate the unexpected places macroeconomics occur and show how economic forces link to every day events. This edition offers complete video assets ideal for selfstudy. “Video Office Hours” digital lectures walk you through worked problems, while brief “Working with Diagrams” videos demonstrate key concepts in graphing that you can play and replay. A new Adaptive Test Prep Tool available on MindTap enables you to assess your personal economic understanding. Powerful digital resources, including Aplia, MindTap work with the book’s latest content to reflect today’s changing economy and equip you with a thorough understanding of contemporary macroeconomics.
Table of Content:
 Ch 1: What Economics Is About
 Ch 1: Introduction
 11: Your Life, 2016–2026
 12: A Definition of Economics
 13: Key Concepts in Economics
 14: The Market and Government
 15: Ceteris Paribus and Theory
 16: Economic Categories
 Ch 1: Chapter Summary
 Ch 1: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 1: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 1: Questions and Problems
 Ch 1: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Appendix A: Working with Diagrams
 Appendix B: Should You Major in Economics?
 Ch 2: Production Possibilities Frontier Framework
 Ch 2: Introduction
 21: The Production Possibilities Frontier
 22: Specialization and Trade Can Move Us Beyond Our PPF
 Ch 2: Chapter Summary
 Ch 2: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 2: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 2: Questions and Problems
 Ch 2: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 3: Supply and Demand: Theory
 Ch 3: Introduction
 31: What Is Demand?
 32: Supply
 33: The Market: Putting Supply and Demand Together
 Ch 3: Chapter Summary
 Ch 3: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 3: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 3: Questions and Problems
 Ch 3: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 4: Prices: Free, Controlled, and Relative
 Ch 4: Introduction
 41: Price
 42: Price Controls
 43: Two Prices: Absolute and Relative
 Ch 4: Chapter Summary
 Ch 4: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 4: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 4: Questions and Problems
 Ch 4: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 5: Supply, Demand, and Price: Applications
 Ch 5: Introduction
 51: Application 1: Tickets to The Big Bang Theory
 52: Application 2: Easiertoobtain Loans and Higher Housing Prices
 53: Application 3: The Price of an Aisle Seat
 54: Application 4: What Will Happen to the Price of Marijuana if the Purchase and Sale of Marijuana
 55: Application 5: Speculators, Price Variability, and Patterns
 56: Application 6: Why Is Medical Care So Expensive?
 57: Application 7: Why Do Colleges Use GPAs, ACTs, and SATs for Purposes of Admission?
 58: Application 8: Supply and Demand on a Freeway
 59: Application 9: Are Renters Better Off?
 510: Application 10: Do You Pay for Good Weather?
 511: Application 11: College Superathletes
 512: Application 12: 10 a.m. Classes in College
 513: Application 13: Salsa, Chips, and Beer
 Ch 5: Chapter Summary
 Ch 5: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 5: Questions and Problems
 Ch 5: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 6: Macroeconomic Measurements, Part I: Prices and Unemployment
 Ch 6: Introduction
 61: Measuring the Price Level
 62: Measuring Unemployment
 Ch 6: Chapter Summary
 Ch 6: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 6: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 6: Questions and Problems
 Ch 6: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 7: Macroeconomic Measurements, Part II: GDP and Real GDP
 Ch 7: Introduction
 71: Gross Domestic Product
 72: The Expenditure Approach to Computing GDP for a RealWorld Economy
 73: The Income Approach to Computing GDP for a RealWorld Economy
 74: Real GDP
 Ch 7: Chapter Summary
 Ch 7: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 7: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 7: Questions and Problems
 Ch 7: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 8: Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
 Ch 8: Introduction
 81: A Way to View the Economy
 82: Aggregate Demand
 83: ShortRun Aggregate Supply
 84: Putting AD and SRAS Together: ShortRun Equilibrium
 85: LongRun Aggregate Supply
 Ch 8: Chapter Summary
 Ch 8: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 8: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 8: Questions and Problems
 Ch 8: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 9: Classical Macroeconomics and the SelfRegulating Economy
 Ch 9: Introduction
 91: The Classical View
 92: Three States of the Economy
 93: The SelfRegulating Economy
 Ch 9: Chapter Summary
 Ch 9: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 9: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 9: Questions and Problems
 Ch 9: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 10: Keynesian Macroeconomics and Economic Instability: A Critique of the SelfRegulating Economy
 Ch 10: Introduction
 101: Questioning the Classical Position and the SelfRegulating Economy
 102: The Simple Keynesian Model
 10:3: The Simple Keynesian Model in the ADAS Framework
 10:4: The Simple Keynesian Model in the TETP Framework
 Ch 10: Chapter Summary
 Ch 10: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 10: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 10: Questions and Problems
 Ch 10: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 11: Fiscal Policy and the Federal Budget
 Ch 11: Introduction
 111: The Federal Budget
 112: Fiscal Policy
 113: DemandSide Fiscal Policy
 114: SupplySide Fiscal Policy
 Ch 11: Chapter Summary
 Ch 11: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 11: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 11: Questions and Problems
 Ch 11: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 12: Money, Banking, and the Financial System
 Ch 12: Introduction
 121: Money: What Is It and How Did It Come to Be?
 122: Defining the Money Supply
 123: How Banking Developed
 124: The Financial System
 Ch 12: Chapter Summary
 Ch 12: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 12: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 12: Questions and Problems
 Ch 12: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 13: The Federal Reserve System
 Ch 13: Introduction
 131: The Structure and Functions of the Federal Reserve System (the Fed)
 132: The Money Supply Expansion Process
 133: Other Fed Tools and Recent Fed Actions
 Ch 13: Chapter Summary
 Ch 13: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 13: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 13: Questions and Problems
 Ch 13: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Appendix C: The Market for Reserves (or The Federal Funds Market)
 Ch 14: Money and the Economy
 Ch 14: Introduction
 141: Money and the Price Level
 142: Monetarism
 143: Inflation
 144: Money and Interest Rates
 Ch 14: Chapter Summary
 Ch 14: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 14: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 14: Questions and Problems
 Ch 14: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 15: Monetary Policy
 Ch 15: Introduction
 151: Transmission Mechanisms
 152: Monetary Policy and the Problem of Inflationary and Recessionary Gaps
 153: Monetary Policy and the Activist–Nonactivist Debate
 154: Nonactivist Monetary Proposals
 Ch 15: Chapter Summary
 Ch 15: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 15: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 15: Questions and Problems
 Ch 15: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Appendix D: Bond Prices and the Interest Rate
 Ch 16: Expectations Theory and the Economy
 Ch 16: Introduction
 161: Phillips Curve Analysis
 162: The Controversy Begins: Are There Really Two Phillips Curves?
 163: Rational Expectations and New Classical Theory
 164: New Keynesians and Rational Expectations
 165: Looking at Things from the Supply Side: Real Business Cycle Theorists
 Ch 16: Chapter Summary
 Ch 16: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 16: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 16: Questions and Problems
 Ch 16: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 17: Economic Growth: Resources, Technology, Ideas, and Institutions
 Ch 17: Introduction
 171: A Few Basics About Economic Growth
 172: A Production Function and Economic Growth
 Ch 17: Chapter Summary
 Ch 17: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 17: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 17: Questions and Problems
 Ch 17: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 18: The Financial Crisis of 2007–2009
 Ch 18: Introduction
 181: The Financial and Real Sectors of the Economy
 182: The Financial Crisis as a Balance Sheet Problem
 183: The Fed, Interest Rates, and Housing Prices
 184: The Taylor Rule and Interest Rates
 185: The Politics of Housing
 186: Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
 187: The Role of Leverage and Regulatory Capital Arbitrage
 Ch 18: Chapter Summary
 Ch 18: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 18: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 18: Questions and Problems
 Ch 18: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 19: Debates in Macroeconomics Over the Role and Effects of Government
 Ch 19: Introduction
 191: Macroeconomics and Government: The Debate
 192: Tax Cuts, Tax Revenue, and Budget Deficits
 193: The Economy: SelfRegulating or Not?
 194: More Government Spending or a Cut in Taxes: Which Gives a Bigger Bang for the Buck?
 195: More Government Spending or a Cut in Taxes: The Size and Scope of Government
 196: The Degree of Crowding Out
 197: The Politics of Government Spending
 198: Monetary Policy: Rules Versus Discretion
 199: Bailouts
 1910: DemandSide and SupplySide Views of the Economy and Government Tools for Changing Real GDP
 Ch 19: Chapter Summary
 Ch 19: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 19: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 19: Questions and Problems
 Ch 19: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 20: Public Choice and SpecialInterest Group Politics
 Ch 20: Introduction
 201: Public Choice Theory
 202: The Political Market
 203: Voters and Rational Ignorance
 204: More About Voting
 205: SpecialInterest Groups
 206: Constitutional Economics
 Ch 20: Chapter Summary
 Ch 20: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 20: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 20: Questions and Problems
 Ch 20: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 21: Building Theories to Explain Everyday Life: From Observations to Questions to Theories to Pre
 Ch 21: Introduction
 211: A Different Kind of Chapter
 212: The Process
 213: Observation/Thought 1: The Birthrates in Various Countries Are Different
 214: Observation/Thought 2: The Ethical Code of People Who Live in a Small Town Is Different From T
 215: Observation/Thought 3: The Closer the Dollar Tuition the Student Pays Is to the Equilibrium Tu
 216: Observation/Thought 4: Criminals Are Not Rational
 217: Observation/Thought 5: More Students Wear Baseball Caps in Class on Exam Days Than on Other Da
 218: Observation/Thought 6: Houses in “Good” School Districts Are Often More Expensive Than Com
 219: Observation/Thought 7: Are People Better Off With or Without Health Care Vouchers?
 2110: Observation/Thought 8: People Who Give to Others Often Complain That They End Up Giving Too M
 Ch 21: Chapter Summary
 Ch 21: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 21: Questions and Problems
 Ch 21: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 22: International Trade
 Ch 22: Introduction
 221: International Trade Theory
 222: Trade Restrictions
 Ch 22: Chapter Summary
 Ch 22: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 22: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 22: Questions and Problems
 Ch 22: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 23: International Finance
 Ch 23: Introduction
 231: The Foreign Exchange Market
 232: Flexible Exchange Rates
 233: Fixed Exchange Rates
 234: Fixed Exchange Rates Versus Flexible Exchange Rates
 Ch 23: Chapter Summary
 Ch 23: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 23: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 23: Questions and Problems
 Ch 23: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 Ch 24: Globalization and International Impacts on the Economy
 Ch 24: Introduction
 241: What Is Globalization?
 242: Two Ways to See Globalization
 243: Globalization Facts
 244: The Movement Toward Globalization
 245: Benefits and Costs of Globalization
 246: The Continuing Globalization Debate
 247: Less Globalization or More: A TugofWar?
 248: International Factors and Aggregate Demand
 249: International Factors and Aggregate Supply
 2410: Factors That Affect Both Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
 2411: Deficits: International Effects and Domestic Feedback
 Ch 24: Chapter Summary
 Ch 24: Key Terms and Concepts
 Ch 24: Video Questions and Problems
 Ch 24: Questions and Problems
 Ch 24: Working with Numbers and Graphs
 SelfTest Appendix
 Glossary
 Index
 IBC
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