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One semester economics : an introduction for business and management students / Rebecca Harding.

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: Blackwell, 1998.ISBN:
  • 0631200258
DDC classification:
  • 330 21
Contents:
1. Why Economics? -- 2. Demand and Supply -- 3. The Market Mechanism -- 4. Costs -- 5. Competition and Market Structure 1: Perfect Competition and Monopoly -- 6. Competition and Market Structure 2: Imperfect Competition -- 7. Imperfect Markets and the Need for Policy -- 8. Introduction to Macroeconomics: the Circular Flow and National Income -- 9. Unemployment and Fiscal Policy -- 10. Inflation and Monetary Policy -- 11. The International Dimension -- 12. Conclusions.
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Includes index.

1. Why Economics? -- 2. Demand and Supply -- 3. The Market Mechanism -- 4. Costs -- 5. Competition and Market Structure 1: Perfect Competition and Monopoly -- 6. Competition and Market Structure 2: Imperfect Competition -- 7. Imperfect Markets and the Need for Policy -- 8. Introduction to Macroeconomics: the Circular Flow and National Income -- 9. Unemployment and Fiscal Policy -- 10. Inflation and Monetary Policy -- 11. The International Dimension -- 12. Conclusions.