This note explains the
following topics: Simple Representative Agent Models, Growth With
Overlapping Generations, Neoclassical Growth and Dynamic Programming,
Endogenous Growth , Choice Under Uncertainty, Consumption and Asset Pricing,
Search, Money and Unemployment, Overlapping Generations Models of Money, A
This note aims at
exposing learners to the economics of cooperative and how cooperatives are
organized. Topics covered includes: Cooperative Concepts, Explanation of
Cooperative Terminologies, Promotional motives of Cooperative Business
Enterprises, The Need for Individuals with Similar Problems to Come together
to Form a Cooperative, Conditions under which a Cooperative can Perform
Effectively, Effects or Influences of Cooperative on Members and the General
Public, Explanation or Definition on the Terms Groups, SubGroups and
Bandwagon Effects in a Cooperative and how to Minimise Existing Conflicts
between Groups, Sources of Capital in Cooperatives, Classification of
Cooperative, Types of Cooperative Societies, their Functions and Assessment
of the Correctness of Available Classification.
This note will focus both on models of economic growth and
their empirical applications, and try to shed light on the mechanics of
economic growth, technological change and sources of income and growth
differences across countries.
System of National Accounts, Variants of GDP, The goods market, Financial
markets, Demand for money and bonds , Equilibrium in the money market, Price
of bonds and interest rate, The IS-LM model, The labor market, The three
markets jointly: AS and AD , Phillips curve and the open economy.
is becoming a highly developed and highly mathematicized array of its own
sub disciplines, as it should be, as economies are becoming increasingly
complex, and scientific economic analyses require progressively thorough
knowledge of solid quantitative methods. This book thus provides recent
insight on some key issues in econometric theory and applications.
The contents of this handbook
were written, revised and edited in a collective manner by a group of school
and university teachers and teacher educators. Topics covered includes:
Learning Economics: Some Basic Questions, Economics Education in India,
Planning for Effective Teaching of Economics, Teaching a Topic in Indian
Economy Using Unit Plan Approach, Teaching Economics Through Problems,
Simulation Games and Teaching Economics, Using Media and Technology in
Economics, Classrooms, Importance of Mathematics in Teaching Economics,
Basic Mathematical Tools in Economic Analysis, Use of Algebraic Equations
and Graphs, Concept Mapping and Flow Charts in Economics, Assessment and
Framing Quality Questions in Economics.
book introduces the economic concepts and familiarize with the students the
importance of economic approaches in managerial decision making to
understand the applications of economic theories in business decisions.
Microeconomics: Markets, Methods and Models provides a concise, yet
complete, coverage of introductory microeconomic theory, application and
policy in a Canadian and global environment. Topics covered includes:
introduction to key ideas, Theories, models and data, The classical
marketplace – demand and supply, Measures of response: elasticities, Welfare
economics and externalities, Individual choice, Firms, investors and capital
markets, Production and cost, Perfect competition, Monopoly , Imperfect
competition, Labour and capital, Human capital and the income distribution,
Government and International trade.
This book presents introductory
economics material using standard mathematical tools,
including calculus. It is designed for a relatively sophisticated
undergraduate who has not taken a basic university course in economics. It
also contains the standard intermediate microeconomics material and some
material that ought to be standard but is not.