Earth Economics: An Introduction to Demand Management, Long-Run Growth and Global Economic Governance (Hardback)
  • Earth Economics: An Introduction to Demand Management, Long-Run Growth and Global Economic Governance (Hardback)
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Earth Economics: An Introduction to Demand Management, Long-Run Growth and Global Economic Governance (Hardback)

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Hardback 224 Pages / Published: 30/04/2013
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Taking stock of emerging planet data and analysing policies during the global crisis, Earth Economics provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to basic macroeconomic concepts, methods and principles, and their application to real world data. Written principally for students seeking an introduction to macroeconomics, this book offers a completely new angle to policy, with a focus on the truly global level. Underpinned by empirical orientation of state-of-the-art data, it introduces earth economics as the study of the economy of our planet from the perspective of an autarkic system (a `closed economy'), focussing on policymaking that improves global rather than national welfare. Key features include: * A discourse on issues fundamental to the understanding of macroeconomics. * An introduction to economists' tools and concepts. Non-economists will learn how to survive in a discussion with economists: where to ask questions, where to listen, where to skip and where to ignore. * Presentation of extensive and wide-ranging data in a consistent and comprehensive framework. * In-depth treatment of key concepts including: aggregates, autarky, closed economies, current accounts, earth economics, data, macroeconomics, microeconomics, development and global public goods. * Provision of a thorough, working understanding of the subject matter via exercises set throughout the book, including: questions on the text, calculations, formulating arguments and preparation, analysis and interpretation of data and figures. See the companion website - www.eartheconomics.info for updates and additional information.

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9780857939326
Number of pages: 224
Dimensions: 156 x 234 mm

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