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This book provides a comprehensive discussion on macroeconomics. Meant for undergraduate and postgraduate students, its treatment and presentation of the thoughts and theories of the subject makes it easily comprehensible.

The importance of the macroeconomics as a subject of study has increased immensely over the past two decades due to the persistence of macroeconomic problems of achieving and maintaining and reasonably high growth rate, preventing growth of unemployment and promotion of employment, restricting inflation to a desirable rate, and stabilizing the financial market. The recent global recession and the problems that it created for both developed and developing economics proves the point.

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Introduction to Macroeconomics 2. Macroeconomic Issues, Concepts and Model Building 3.

The Circular Flow Models of Economy 4. The Classical Theory of Output and Employment 6.

The importance of the macroeconomics as a subject of study has increased immensely over the past two decades due to the persistence of macroeconomic problems of achieving and maintaining and reasonably high growth rate, preventing growth of unemployment and promotion of employment, restricting inflation to a desirable rate, and stabilizing the financial market.

The recent global recession and the problems that it created for both developed and developing economics proves the point. Introduction to Macroeconomics 2.

Macroeconomic Issues, Concepts and Model Building 3. The Circular Flow Models of Economy 4.

The Classical Theory of Output and Employment 6. Keynesian Theory of Income Determination 7.

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Income Determination in a Closed Economy Mode 8. Economists interested in long-run increases in output study economic growth. Advances in technology, accumulation of machinery and other capital , and better education and human capital are all factors that lead to increase economic output over time. However, output does not always increase consistently over time.

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Business cycles can cause short-term drops in output called recessions. Economists look for macroeconomic policies that prevent economies from slipping into recessions and that lead to faster long-term growth.

Main article: Unemployment A chart using US data showing the relationship between economic growth and unemployment expressed by Okun's law. The relationship demonstrates cyclical unemployment. Economic growth leads to a lower unemployment rate. The amount of unemployment in an economy is measured by the unemployment rate, i. The unemployment rate in the labor force only includes workers actively looking for jobs.

People who are retired, pursuing education, or discouraged from seeking work by a lack of job prospects are excluded. Unemployment can be generally broken down into several types that are related to different causes.

Classical unemployment theory suggests that unemployment occurs when wages are too high for employers to be willing to hire more workers. According to these more recent theories, unemployment results from reduced demand for the goods and services produced through labor and suggest that only in markets where profit margins are very low, and in which the market will not bear a price increase of product or service, will higher wages result in unemployment. Consistent with classical unemployment theory, frictional unemployment occurs when appropriate job vacancies exist for a worker, but the length of time needed to search for and find the job leads to a period of unemployment.

Structural unemployment is similar to frictional unemployment as both reflect the problem of matching workers with job vacancies, but structural unemployment also covers the time needed to acquire new skills in addition to the short-term search process.

Okun's law represents the empirical relationship between unemployment and economic growth. Over the long run, the two series show a close relationship. A general price increase across the entire economy is called inflation.

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When prices decrease, there is deflation. Economists measure these changes in prices with price indexes.

Inflation can occur when an economy becomes overheated and grows too quickly. Similarly, a declining economy can lead to deflation. Central bankers , who manage a country's money supply, try to avoid changes in price level by using monetary policy. Raising interest rates or reducing the supply of money in an economy will reduce inflation.

Inflation can lead to increased uncertainty and other negative consequences.

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Deflation can lower economic output.Money Market Analysis Usually policy is not implemented by directly targeting the supply of money. New Chapters Added The addition of new chapters is basically the result of reorganization of the subject matter of some chapters in the earlier editions of the book.

Introduction to Macroeconomics 2.

Income Determination in a Closed Economy Mode 8. Raina of M. Changes in the non-price level factors or determinants cause changes in aggregate demand and shifts of the entire aggregate demand AD curve.

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