Economics, an introductory analysis.
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xx, 622 pages diagrams 24 cm
Rebound in brown buckram over boards, the spine stamped in yellow.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction -- Basic economic concept and national income. Central problems of every economic society ; Functioning of a "mixed" capitalistic enterprise system ; Individual and family income ; Individual and family income : earnings in different occupations ; Business organization and income ; The economic role of government : expenditure, regulation, and finance ; The economic role of government : federal taxation and local finance ; Labor organization and problems ; Personal finance and social security ; National income -- Determination of national income and its fluctuations. Saving and investment ; Prices, money, and interest rates ; Fundamentals of the banking system and deposit creation ; Federal reserve and central bank monetary policy ; International finance and domestic employment ; The business cycle ; Fiscal policy and full employment without inflation -- The composition and pricing of national output. Determination of price by supply and demand ; The theory of consumption and demand ; Cost and the equilibrium of the firm under perfect and imperfect competition ; Production equilibrium of the firm and the problem of distribution ; International trade and the theory of comparative advantage ; The economics of tariff protection and free trade ; The dynamics of speculation and risk ; Social movements and economic welfare ; Epilogue.
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|WorldCat Identities||Samuelson, Paul A. 1915-2009.
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