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Abrégé de comptabilité nationale

  • Buda, Rodolphe

This "summary" of national accounting is intended to be used as support to complete the course of national accounting during exercises (*). This "summary" does't replace the main course of national accounting, but we hope the students will find a quick presentation of macroeconomic tools, their uses, their stakes, and their links with the other fields of economics. We tried to help the readers understanding the link between national and private accounting too. This "summary" is dedicated to the students at university, but to the student at high schools, which study Economics, Management and Law. Finally, we tried to link the techniques to the main theories of the Macroeconomics. (*) This paper completed during exercices the main course of national accounting of Mr S. Zeghni (University of Marne-la-Vallée) during the period 1995-1996.

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