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Macroeconomics: A European Text

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  • Burda, Michael

    (Professor of Macroeconomics and Labour, Economics Department, Humboldt University, Berlin)

  • Wyplosz, Charles

    (Professor of Economics, Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva)

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Macroeconomics provides a solid foundation in contemporary macroeconomics, analysing different theoretical approaches and contextualising the theory with up to date monetary policy examples. The policy examples have been updated throughout to ensure that the reader can relate the economic concepts to the real world. The focus is on European economies but the increasing importance of economies like China and India is also addressed. Other changes to the new edition include a streamlined table of contents, designed to closely reflect the structure of modules, and the expansion of the Online Resource Centre to include additional European and global examples and further mathematical material. Online Resource Centre The text is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre, which will be updated for the new edition. The Online Resource Centre comprises: For lecturers: Case studies Excel exercises Animated figures Lecture plans PowerPoint slides Revision questions Solutions to end-of-chapter exercises Test bank For students: Concepts & issues Sample exam questions Self-test multiple-choice questions Review questions Web appendices Web boxes Web links

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This book is provided by Oxford University Press in its series OUP Catalogue with number 9780199236824 and published in 2009.

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  13. S. Holle & M. Demertzis, 2002. "External Wealth and the Trade Balance: A Time-Series Analysis for the Netherlands," WO Research Memoranda (discontinued) 716, Netherlands Central Bank, Research Department.
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  17. Wyplosz, Charles, 1999. "Financial Restraints and Liberalization in Postwar Europe," CEPR Discussion Papers 2253, C.E.P.R. Discussion Papers.

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