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.
New to this edition:
Includes a CD-ROM with interactive graphs, self-test,multiple choice questions and interactive lessons/tutorials.
Students taking economics at degree, diploma or certificate level.
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
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.