Macroeconomics: Canadian Edition Updated

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Macmillan, Aug 12, 2003 - Business & Economics - 600 pages
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Due to differences in Canadian fiscal policy, monetary/exchange-rate policy, and deficit reduction to name a few, macroeconomics in Canada is unique and should be taught as such. In addition, the field of macroeconomics is an ever-evolving one: as new event take place, new research is conducted, and new policies are initiated, instructors must incorporate these changes into their teaching to provide students with the most modern education possible. This updated edition of Mankiw/Scarth has been developed to reflect the nuances of Canadian macroeconomics, as well as the recent numerous changes and advances in the field.
  

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Science of Macroeconomics
2
The Data of Macroeconomics
15
par TWO The Economy in the Long
43
Where It Comes From and Where It Goes
44
The Identification Problem
70
Economic Growth I
79
Economic Growth II
108
Aggregate Demand II
302
Supply or the Interest Rate?
310
The Simple Algebra Behind
326
Aggregate Demand in the Open Economy
331
Extensions to the MundellFleming Model
367
Aggregate Supply
375
partFOUR
409
Time Inconsistency and the Tradeoff Between Inflation
433

Economic Growth II
109
Accounting for the Sources of Economic Growth
130
Unemployment
138
Unemployment Inequality and Government Policy
161
Money and Inflation
166
The Cagan Model How Current and Future Money
204
The Open Economy
207
The Open Economy in the Very Long Run
242
partTHREE The Economy in the Short
251
Introduction to Economic Fluctuations
252
Aggregate Demand I
274
Aggregate Demand II
301
Government Debt and Budget Deficits
436
Estimating the Benefits of Deficit and Debt Reduction
465
partFIVE
469
Consumption
471
Investment
501
Money Supply and Money Demand
526
Advances in the Theory
548
What We Know What We Dont
569
Glossary
576
Index
587
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N. Gregory Mankiw is Professor of Economics at Harvard University.

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