Macroeconomia

Author: Mauro Gallegati
Editor: G Giappichelli Editore
ISBN: 8834889371
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In questa nuova edizione il libro si configura come un manuale di macro- economia pensato per i corsi di laurea triennale. L’esposizione degli argomenti, semplice e rigorosa dal punto di vista analitico, permette infatti di fornire una solida preparazione macroeconomica di base attraverso la costruzione di uno schema analitico in grado di offrire una chiave di lettura efficace per l’interpretazione dei problemi economici fondamentali. All’introduzione e al capitolo sulla contabilità nazionale, seguono i capitoli che coprono il materiale tipico della Sintesi neoclassica. Si presentano, infatti, in successione il più semplice modello keynesiano (modello reddito-spesa), i modelli IS-LM, AD-AS e la curva di Phillips. Segue un capitolo sull’equilibrio del mercato del lavoro con conflitto distributivo che permette di derivare un modello AD/AS dinamico in condizioni di concorrenza imperfetta. Si passa quindi alla macroeconomia di un’economia aperta e agli effetti delle politiche economiche con prezzi fissi e flessibili. Seguono, infine, alcuni capitoli di approfondimento relativi a consumo, risparmio e investimento, domanda e offerta di moneta, crescita.

Macroeconomics From The Bottom Up

Author: Domenico Delli Gatti
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9788847019713
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This book arose from our conviction that the NNS-DSGE approach to the analysis of aggregate market outcomes is fundamentally flawed. The practice of overcoming the SMD result by recurring to a fictitious RA leads to insurmountable methodological problems and lies at the root of DSGE models’ failure to satisfactorily explain real world features, like exchange rate and banking crises, bubbles and herding in financial markets, swings in the sentiment of consumers and entrepreneurs, asymmetries and persistence in aggregate variables, and so on. At odds with this view, our critique rests on the premise that any modern macroeconomy should be modeled instead as a complex system of heterogeneous interacting individuals, acting adaptively and autonomously according to simple and empirically validated rules of thumb. We call our proposed approach Bottom-up Adaptive Macroeconomics (BAM). The reason why we claim that the contents of this book can be inscribed in the realm of macroeconomics is threefold: i) We are looking for a framework that helps us to think coherently about the interrelationships among two or more markets. In what follows, in particular, three markets will be considered: the markets for goods, labor and loanable funds. In this respect, real time matters: what happens in one market depends on what has happened, on what is happening, or on what will happen in other markets. This implies that intertemporal coordination issues cannot be ignored. ii) Eventually, it’s all about prices and quantities. However, we are mostly interested in aggregate prices and quantities, that is indexes built from the dispersed outcomes of the decentralized transactions of a large population of heterogeneous individuals. Each individual acts purposefully, but she knows anything about the levels of prices and quantities which clear markets in the aggregate. iii) In the hope of being allowed to purport scientific claims, BAM relies on the assumption that individual purposeful behaviours aggregates into regularities. Macro behaviour, however, can depart radically from what the individual units are trying to accomplish. It is in this sense that aggregate outcomes emerge from individual actions and interactions.

Emergent Macroeconomics

Author: Domenico Gatti
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9788847007253
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This valuable book contributes substantively to the current state-of-the-art of macroeconomics. It provides a method for building models in which business cycles and economic growth emerge from the interactions of a large number of heterogeneous agents. Drawing from recent advances in agent-based computational modeling, the authors show how insights from dispersed fields can be fruitfully combined to improve our understanding of macroeconomic dynamics.

Macroeconomics

Author: Olivier J. Blanchard
Editor:
ISBN: 9781442559516
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Substantially revised to account for impact of the GFC on Australasian Economy &many issues it raises. The only intermediate resource with a truly Australasian focus, demonstrating economic ideas and issues with hundreds of local and international examples. Sheen at Macquarie Uni.

Global Political Economy

Author: Robert O'Brien
Editor: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1137523131
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The landscape of the world economy has been significantly reshaped in recent years. The global economic crisis revealed the fragile foundations of the international financial system, and, in its wake, dynamics of economic power have considerably adjusted. In the fifth edition of this best-selling text, these developments are incorporated into a comprehensive introduction to the global political economy. It takes full account of the emergence of China as a contender to the predominance of the US, of the changing role of the BRICS economies more generally, and of the on-going problems of the European Union, and especially the eurozone. While incorporating the latest developments, Global Political Economy continues to provide a historically-grounded account. It traces the evolution of the global economy, from its roots in the 15th century, through the Industrial Revolution, to the post-1945 world order. It then explores in detail the dynamics of global political economy in the 21st century, providing systematic coverage of the key spheres of activity – trade, production, finance, labour, gender, development, the environment, ideas, security and governance. Lucid, engaging and authoritative, Global Political Economy introduces an unusually wide range of theoretical approaches, moving beyond a traditional three-paradigm perspective to show how these theories can be applied and how useful they are for understanding key issues and developments.

Statistics For Business And Economics Global Edition

Author: Paul Newbold
Editor: Pearson Higher Ed
ISBN: 0273767089
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Were you looking for the book with access to MyMathLab? Buy Statistics for Business and Economics: Global Edition with MyMathLab access card (ISBN 9780273767176) and save 40%. For courses in Business Statistics. A classic text for accuracy and statistical precision. Statistics for Business and Economics enables students to conduct serious analysis of applied problems rather than running simple “canned” applications. This text is also at a mathematically higher level than most business statistics texts and provides students with the knowledge they need to become stronger analysts for future managerial positions. The eighth edition of this book has been revised and updated to provide students with improved problem contexts for learning how statistical methods can improve their analysis and understanding of business and economics. Need extra support? This title can be supported by MyMathLab Global, an online homework and tutorial system which can be used by students for self-directed study or fully integrated into an instructor's course. This product is the book alone, and does NOT come with access to MyMathLab Global. You can benefit from MyMathLab Global at a reduced price by purchasing a pack containing a copy of the book and an access card for MyMathLab Global: Statistics for Business and Economics: Global Edition with MyMathLab Global access card (ISBN 9780273767176). Alternatively, buy access online at www.mymathlab.com. For educator access, contact your Pearson Account Manager. To find out who your account manager is, visit www.pearsoned.co.uk/replocator

Oltre L Austerit

Author: Sergio Cesaratto
Editor: terrelibere.org
ISBN: 8898114036
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Un lavoro collettivo di un gruppo di autori che gode solida notorietà nella comunità internazionale degli economisti eterodossi: «Questo libro è in primo luogo una denuncia delle politiche folli che in Europa e in Italia porteranno inevitabilmente - e in proporzioni sconosciute da generazioni - ad alti livelli di disoccupazione, crollo degli standard di consumo e dei servizi sociali e degrado delle nostre comunità. Vogliamo smentire le sciocchezze in nome delle quali si chiedono sacrifici. In particolare, che spesa e debito pubblico siano causa ultima della crisi. E vogliamo mostrare come questi sacrifici a nulla porteranno tranne che a un avvitamento verso il basso della crisi. Non mettiamo sotto accusa il processo d'integrazione politica ed economica europeo. Bensì, quello di unificazione monetaria, interpretato da parte dei governi italiani come strumento di disciplina sindacale e sociale». Dedicato a tutti i giovani.

Microeconomics

Author: David Besanko
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470563583
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Business professionals that struggle to understand key concepts in economics and how they are applied in the field rely on Microeconomics. The fourth edition makes the material accessible while helping them build their problem-solving skills. It includes numerous new practice problems and exercises that arm them with a deeper understanding. Learning by Doing exercises explore the theories while boosting overall math skills. Graphs are included throughout the mathematical discussions to reinforce the material. In addition, the balanced approach of rigorous economics gives business professionals a more practical resource.

Essential Von Mises The

Author: Murray Newton Rothbard
Editor: Ludwig von Mises Institute
ISBN: 1610164571
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Introductory Macroeconomics

Author: Joseph E. Stiglitz
Editor:
ISBN: 9780730315513
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Introductory Macroeconomics, 1st Australian edition is an adaptation of an original work by internationally renowned economists Joseph Stiglitz and Carl Walsh. The adapting Australian author team has contextualised the content to suit the needs of Australian university students. Key macroeconomics concepts are explained using the latest theory and research, with data relevant to the Australian economy. Throughout the text, these concepts are applied to contemporary local economic issues for businesses and individuals, such as: the Australian dollar the mining industry budget deficits intergenerational equity taxation interest rates unemployment skills shortages and temporary work visas international financial markets international trade globalisation. In addition to a thorough analysis of the contemporary macroeconomic landscape in Australia, the text provides useful international comparisons with economies in Asia and Europe, as well as that of the United States. At a concise 13 chapters, this textbook is an ideal resource for a one-semester university course in introductory macroeconomics.