A Study in the Theory of Inflation
This book, originally published in 1951, is a theoretical study inspired by some central economic problems which have appeared during and after the Second World War in many countries, including Scandinavia. It develops a monetary theory for repressed inflation, gives a number of definitions and concepts and explains the connection between the concepts. The investigation of the problems of repressed inflatin also serve as an introduction to the study of open inflation.
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The third edition of this bestseller provides students with an in-depth understanding of basic microeconomics and macroeconomic concepts. This revised edition includes new subtopics such as Economic Growth, The Islamic Economy, Keynesian and Classical Demand for Money Market Equilibrium. In addition, authentic case studies have been provided for critical chapters. This edition has been revised thoroughly with new exercises at the end of every chapter.
This book is an adaptation of existing book on Managerial Economics published earlier by UOP US. This edition brings the presentation up-to-date with several new topics and local realities which make the text especially relevant for undergraduate students. The text uses the theory of the firm to integrate and link economic theories, decision sciences and various aspects of business administration studies and shows how all these topics are crucial components of managerial decision making
- Complete coverage of topics usually encountered in actual managerial decision making process
- Real local and world case studies
- Updated and expanded chapter-end references
- Exercises and appendices at the end of chapters
- Appendix elaborates the use of Microsoft Excel for simple and multiple regression analyses