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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This international edition presents all the standard topics of traditional microeconomic theory while offering a modern approach that reflects the many recent developments in the field.It offers a balance of traditional microeconomic topics while addressing contemporary issues and concerns.
Macroeconomics: Principles and Practice Asia Pacific Edition with Student Resources Access for 12 Months 1st Edition
Macroeconomics, under the authorship of Bruce Littleboy. Littleboy adapts Taylor’s revised reflections on the global financial crisis and how businesses are recovering. Examples of current events from Australia and New Zealand help explain how discussions on the role of the government can affect the economy. Macroeconomics: Principles and Practice is concerned with concepts, intuition and understanding, which sets it apart from competitor texts. Short run approach is introduced first, but there is an early introduction of the long-run, with Taylor’s Spending Allocation Model appearing towards the end.