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  • ISBN:0393934233
  • ISBN-13:9780393934236
  • Author: Charles I Jones
Macroeconomics brings together up-to-date coverage of the ongoing economic crisis and the concepts behind macroeconomics today into a teachable, coherent whole. Today’s macroeconomics stresses the importance of monetary policy in the short run, and the need to treat the Fed in a realistic way. Macroeconomics uses the IS/MP model, and features the most modern treatment of growth, with complete, accessible coverage of the Romer model. Macroeconomics also includes complete coverage of the ongoing economic crisis, with two full chapters of discussion and analysis, updated examples throughout the text, and two brand new chapters on the micro foundation of macro (Consumption and Investment) influenced by the crisis.

Table contents:

Chapter 1: Introduction to Macroeconomics

1.1 What Is Macroeconomics?

1.2 How Macroeconomics Studies Key Questions

1.3 An Overview of the Book

Chapter Review

Chapter 2: Measuring the Macroeconomy

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Measuring the State of the Economy

2.3 Measuring Changes over Time

2.4 Comparing Economic Performance across Countries

Chapter Review

Part 2: The Long Run

Chapter 3: An Overview of Long-Run Economic Growth

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Growth over the Very Long Run

3.3 Modern Economic Growth

3.4 Modern Growth around the World

3.5 Some Useful Properties of Growth Rates

3.6 The Costs of Economic Growth

3.7 A Long-Run Roadmap

3.8 Additional Resources

Chapter Review

Chapter 4: A Model of Production

4.1 Introduction

4.2 A Model of Production

4.3 Analyzing the Production Model

4.4 Understanding TFP Differences

4.5 Evaluating the Production Model

Chapter Review

Chapter 5: The Solow Growth Model

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Setting Up the Model

5.3 Prices and the Real Interest Rate

5.4 Solving the Solow Model

5.5 Looking at Data through the Lens of the Solow Model

5.6 Understanding the Steady State

5.7 Economic Growth in the Solow Model

5.8 Some Economic Experiments

5.9 The Principle of Transition Dynamics

5.10 Strengths and Weaknesses of the Solow Model

Chapter Review

Chapter 6: Growth and Ideas

6.1 Introduction

6.2 The Economics of Ideas

6.3 The Romer Model

6.4 Combining Solow and Romer: Overview

6.5 Growth Accounting

6.6 Concluding Our Study of Long-Run Growth

6.7 A Postscript on Solow and Romer

6.8 Additional Resources

Chapter Review

6.9 Appendix: Combining Solow and Romer (Algebraically)

Chapter 7: The Labor Market, Wages, and Unemployment

7.1 Introduction

7.2 The U.S. Labor Market

7.3 Supply and Demand

7.4 The Bathtub Model of Unemployment

7.5 Labor Markets around the World

7.6 How Much Is Your Human Capital Worth?

7.7 The Rising Return to Education

7.8 Economic Growth and Income Inequality

Chapter Review

Chapter 8: Inflation

8.1 Introduction

8.2 The Quantity Theory of Money

8.3 Real and Nominal Interest Rates

8.4 Costs of Inflation

8.5 The Fiscal Causes of High Inflation

8.6 The Great Inflation of the 1970s

Chapter Review

Part 3: The Short Run

Chapter 9: An Introduction to the Short Run

9.1 Introduction

9.2 The Long Run, the Short Run, and Shocks

9.3 The Short-Run Model

9.4 Okun’s Law: Output and Unemployment

9.5 Filling in the Details

Chapter Review

Chapter 10: The Great Recession: A First Look

10.1 Introduction

10.2 Recent Shocks to the Macroeconomy

10.3 Macroeconomic Outcomes

10.4 Some Fundamentals of Financial Economics

10.5 Going Forward

Chapter Review

Chapter 11: The IS Curve

11.1 Introduction

11.2 Setting Up the Economy

11.3 Deriving the IS Curve

11.4 Using the IS Curve

11.5 Microfoundations of the IS Curve

11.6 Conclusion

Chapter Review

Chapter 12: Monetary Policy and the Phillips Curve

12.1 Introduction

12.2 The MP Curve: Monetary Policy and Interest Rates

12.3 The Phillips Curve

12.4 Using the Short-Run Model

12.5 Microfoundations: Understanding Sticky Inflation

12.6 Microfoundations: How Central Banks Control Nominal Interest Rates

12.7 Inside the Federal Reserve

12.8 Conclusion

Chapter Review

Chapter 13: Stabilization Policy and the AS/AD Framework

13.1 Introduction

13.2 Monetary Policy Rules and Aggregate Demand

13.3 The Aggregate Supply Curve

13.4 The AS/AD Framework

13.5 Macroeconomic Events in the AS/AD Framework

13.6 Empirical Evidence

13.7 Modern Monetary Policy

13.8 Conclusion

Chapter Review

Chapter 14: The Great Recession and the Short-Run Model

14.1 Introduction

14.2 Financial Considerations in the Short-Run Model

14.3 Policy Responses to the Financial Crisis

14.4 The Aftermath of the Great Recession

14.5 Conclusion

Chapter Review

Chapter 15: DSGE Models: The Frontier of Business Cycle Research

15.1 Introduction

15.2 A Brief History of DSGE Models

15.3 A Stylized Approach to DSGE

15.4 Using the Stylized DSGE Model

15.5 Quantitative DSGE Models

15.6 Conclusion

Chapter Review

15.7 Appendix: Deriving the Labor Supply Curve

Part 4: Applications and Microfoundations

Chapter 16: Consumption

16.1 Introduction

16.2 The Neoclassical Consumption Model

16.3 Lessons from the Neoclassical Model

16.4 Empirical Evidence on Consumption

Chapter Review

Chapter 17: Investment

17.1 Introduction

17.2 How Do Firms Make Investment Decisions?

17.3 The Stock Market and Financial Investment

17.4 Components of Private Investment

Chapter Review

Chapter 18: The Government and the Macroeconomy

18.1 Introduction

18.2 U.S. Government Spending and Revenue

18.3 International Evidence on Spending and Debt

18.4 The Government Budget Constraint

18.5 How Much Can the Government Borrow?

18.6 The Fiscal Problem of the Twenty-First Century

18.7 Conclusion

Chapter Review

Chapter 19: International Trade

19.1 Introduction

19.2 Some Basic Facts about Trade

19.3 A Basic Reason for Trade

19.4 Trade across Time

19.5 Trade with Production

19.6 Trade in Inputs

19.7 The Costs of Trade

19.8 The Trade Deficit and Foreign Debt

19.9 Conclusion

Chapter Review

Chapter 20: Exchange Rates and International Finance

20.1 Introduction

20.2 Exchange Rates in the Long Run

20.3 Exchange Rates in the Short Run

20.4 Fixed Exchange Rates

20.5 The Open Economy in the Short-Run Model

20.6 Exchange Rate Regimes

20.7 The Policy Trilemma

20.8 The Euro Crisis

Chapter Review

Chapter 21: Parting Thoughts

21.1 What We’ve Learned

21.2 Significant Remaining Questions

21.3 Conclusion



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