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Principles of Economics
By Gerard Turley, Maureen Maloney and Francis O'Toole
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Category(ies): Economics
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Updated edition of this successful textbook, which introduces the theory andpractice of economics within an Irish and European context, with particular reference to both recent and current economic conditions. 

 

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Includes a CD-ROM with interactive graphs, self-test
multiple choice questions and interactive lessons/tutorials.

New to this edition:

  • New material reflecting the changed economic conditions of the Irish economy resulting from the banking and fiscal crises that began in 2007

  • Revised chapter on economic growth and the Irish economy, which includesthe banking crisis and the property crash

  • Reflections on the Celtic Tiger era, including causes and consequences

  • New section on the eurozone and sovereign debt crisis

  • New case studies and questions, with answers now available online

  • Continues to provide the reader with a solid theoretical grounding in bothmicroeconomics and macroeconomics

Includes a CD-ROM with interactive graphs, self-test,multiple choice questions and interactive lessons/tutorials.

 

SUITABLE FOR:

Students taking economics at degree, diploma or certificate level.

Updated edition of this successful textbook, which introduces the theory and

 

practice of economics within an Irish and European context, with particular

 

reference to both recent and current economic conditions.

 

New to this edition:

 

_ New material reflecting the changed economic conditions of the Irish

 

economy resulting from the banking and fiscal crises that began in 2007

 

_ Revised chapter on economic growth and the Irish economy, which includes
the banking crisis and the property crash
_ Reflections on the Celtic Tiger era, including causes and consequences
_ New section on the eurozone and sovereign debt crisis
_ New case studies and questions, with answers now available online
_ Continues to provide the reader with a solid theoretical grounding in both


Author Biography
 

Gerard Turley, BA, MA(Econ), PhD, lectures in Economics at the

 

J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics, NUI Galway.

 

Maureen Maloney, BSW, MBA, MEconSc, lectures in Management

 

at the J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics, NUI Galway.

 

Francis O’Toole, BA, MMangtSc, PhD, lectures in Economics in the School

 

of Social Sciences and Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin.

 

 

 

 

Gerard Turley, BA, MA(Econ), PhD, lectures in Economics at theJ.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics, NUI Galway.

Maureen Maloney, BSW, MBA, MEconSc, lectures in Managementat the J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics, NUI Galway.

Francis O’Toole, BA, MMangtSc, PhD, lectures in Economics in the Schoolof Social Sciences and Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin.

 



Table of Contents
CONTENTS

Chapter 1: Introduction to Economics

Part 1: MICROECONOMICS
Chapter 2: Demand, Supply and Market Equilibrium
Chapter 3: Elasticities of Demand and Supply
Chapter 4: The Consumer and Demand
Chapter 5: The Firm and Supply
Chapter 6: Market Structures
Chapter 7: Factor Markets
Chapter 8: Markets and States
Chapter 9: Microeconomic Policy Issues in Ireland

Part 2: MACROECONOMICS
Chapter 10: Measuring the Macroeconomy
Chapter 11: The Keynesian Revolution
Chapter 12: The Determination of National Income
Chapter 13: Money, Interest Rates, the Central Bank and Monetary Policy
Chapter 14: A Basic Framework for Macroeconomic Analysis — the IS/LM Model
Chapter 15: Open Economy Macroeconomics
Chapter 16: Explaining the Macroeconomy — the AD/AS Model
Chapter 17: Macroeconomic Issues
Chapter 18: Economic Growth and the Irish Economy
Chapter 19: Development and Transition



Publication Details
Format Paperback, 656 pages
ISBN 9780717149889
Imprint Gill & Macmillan
Language English
Product Dimensions 245 x 176
Publication Date September 2011



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