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CHAPTER I ECONOMIC MEASUREMENT
NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS
Basic Definitions and Concepts
The Savings/Investment Identity
Nominal and Real GDP
Index Number Theory
Index Numbers and the Measurement of GDP Growth and Inflation
OTHER MAJOR PRICE INDEXES
Data Sources
Data Presentation
BALANCE OF PAYMENTS
BUSINESS CYCLES
Business Cycle Defined
Cycle Dating
Cycle Indicators
INTEREST RATES AND EXCHANGE RATES
Interest Rates and the Yield Curve
CHAPTER II GROWTH, PRODUCTIVITY AND LONG-RUN EQUILIBRIUM
ANALYZING GROWTH
PRODUCTIVITY
Productivity Trends
Sources of Economic Growth
How to Increase Productivity Growth
MODEL OF LONG-RUN EQUILIBRIUM
Output Equilibrium
SUMMARY
Distribution of Output and Interest Rates
Open Economy Equilibrium Conditions
CHAPTER III UNDERSTANDING SHORT-RUN FLUCTUATIONS
QUANTITY ADJUSTMENT PARADIGM
THE PLANNED AGGREGATE DEMAND MODEL
THE SIMPLE KEYNESIAN MULTIPLIER
DETERMINANTS OF AGGREGATE DEMAND
Consumption
Investment
Foreign Sector
THE KEYNESIAN REAL SECTOR MODEL
Properties of the IS Curve
MONETARY SECTOR
Money Demand Function
Properties of the LM Curve
Equilibrium Adjustments
SUMMARY OF THE IS-LM MODEL
IS Curve
LM Curve
ANALYSIS OF MONETARY AND FISCAL POLICY
Fiscal Policy
Monetary Policy
Special Cases
THE KEYNESIAN MODEL IN THE OPEN ECONOMY
Exchange Rates
Monetary Policy in an Open Economy
Fiscal Policy in an Open Economy
THE NEXT STEP: BACK TO LONG-RUN EQUILIBRIUM
CHAPTER IV INFLATION AND THE COMPLETE MACROECONOMIC MODEL
TOTAL DEMAND AND SUPPLY ANALYSIS
Total Demand Curve
Total Supply Curve
Keynesian Supply Curve
Long-Run or Classical Supply Curve
Some More Reasons Why Prices are Sticky
A DEMAND SHOCK
A Policy Expansion: Step by Step
UNDERSTANDING INFLATION MOMENTUM
Price Adjustment Function
Phillips Curve
Expectations of Inflation
Augmented Price Adjustment Equation
RATIONAL EXPECTATIONS
New Classical Macroeconomics
SOURCES OF INFLATION
Monetary Growth
Excess Demand
Relative Price Shocks
Wage Price Spiral
Inflation Expectations
CHAPTER V BANKS, MONEY AND MACRO POLICY
BANKS AS CREATORS OF MONEY
Fractional Reserve Banking
The Money Multiplier
STRUCTURE OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE
TOOLS OF MONETARY POLICY
Open Market Operations
Reserve Requirements
EFFECTS OF MONETARY POLICY
FISCAL POLICY
Fiscal Policy Activism: 1960s and 1970s
Policy Lags
Measuring Fiscal Policy
EFFECTS OF FISCAL POLICY
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