will provide the student with an analytical framework for understanding key
trade and finance issues in an international environment. Topics covered
includes: General Equilibrium Model, Absolute and Comparative Advantage:
Ricardian Model, The Hecksher-Ohlin (HO) Model, HO Theorems, International
Finance, The Foreign Exchange Market, Purchasing Power Parity, The
relationship between exchange rates, interest rates.
Managerial economics, as the name itself implies, is an
offshoot of two distinct disciplines: Economics and Management. In other words,
it is necessary to understand what these disciplines are, at least in brief, to
understand the nature and scope of managerial economics.This PDF covers the
following topics related to Managerial Economics : Introduction to Managerial
Economics, Theory of Demand, Production Analysis, Cost Theory and Estimation,
Market Structure and Pricing Practices.
Author(s): Ms. Swathi, Assistant Professor, Institute of
covers the following topics: Solow growth model, Ramsey growth model,
Diamond overlapping-generations model Endogenous growth and human capital
models, Empirical growth analyses, Business cycles and RBC models,
Traditional business-cycle models, New Keynesian IS-LM, Phillips curve,
Lucas imperfect-information model, Imperfect competition and sticky prices,
Dynamic pricing models, Unemployment models and Investment theory.
This note describes the following topics: Economic Motives, Wealth
And Welfare, The Nature Of Demand, Exchange In A Market, Psychic Income, The
Law Of Diminishing Returns, The Theory Of Rent, Repair, Depreciation, And
Destruction Of Wealth, Capitalization And Time-value, The Money Economy And
The Concept Of Capital, Interest On Money Loans, The Value Of Human
Transportation Economics is aimed at
advanced undergraduate and graduate civil engineering, planning, business,
and economics students, though the material may provide a useful review for
practitioners. Topics covered includes: Demand Curve, Demand and Budgets in
Transportation, The Shape of Demand, Supply and Demand Equilibrium,
Equilibrium in a Negative Feedback System, Disequilibrium, Agents,
Ownership, Regulation, Productivity, Revenue, Pricing, Supply chains,
Production and cost, Negative externalities, Positive externalities.
describes the following topics: Theory of the Firm, Investment Decisions,
Vertically Related Markets and Competition Policy, Product market
Differentiation and Imperfect Information, Technical Change and Market
Structure, Indian Industry, Industrial growth in India.
note is intended as an introduction to the newly emerging field of political
economy of institutions and development. Its purpose is to give you both a
sense of the frontier research topics and a good command of the tools in the
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.
This book covers the following topics:
Managerial Economics, Objectives Of The Business Firm, Fundamental Economic
Concepts, Law Of Demand, Demand Elasticity, Demand Forecasting, Consumer
Behaviour: Cardinal Analysis, Ordinal Analysis, Production Function,
Economies Of Scale, Cost Concepts, Price Determination: Perfect Competition
And Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition And Oligopoly, Dumping And Tranfer
Pricing, Business Cycles, Inflation, National Income and Monetary Policy.
Economics covers the scope and sequence for a two-semester principles of
economics course. The text also includes many current examples, including;
discussions on the great recession, the controversy among economists over
the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), the recent government shutdown, and the
appointment of the United States’ first female Federal Reserve chair, Janet
Yellen. The book covers the breadth of economics topics and also provides
the necessary depth to ensure the course is manageable for instructors and
Political Economy (1848) by John Stuart Mill was arguably the most
important economics or political economy textbook of the mid nineteenth
century. It was revised until its seventh edition in 1871, shortly before
Mill's death in 1873, and republished in numerous other editions. Beside
discussing descriptive issues such as which nations tended to benefit more
in a system of trade based on comparative advantage, the work also
discussed normative issues such as ideal systems of political economy,
critiquing proposed systems such as communism and socialism.