Economics: A Southern African Perspective

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Juta and Company Ltd, 1996 - Business & Economics - 737 pages
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This text provides an introduction to the central tenets of economic theory. Each section of the book takes the reader from the elementary to the more advanced theories and applications, and is written from a Southern African perspective.
 

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Contents

BACKGROUND
3
ECONOMIC SYSTEMS
15
A GENERAL ECONOMIC HISTORY
37
THE DEVELOPMENT OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT
69
DEMAND AND SUPPLY
101
CONSUMER EQUILIBRIUM
167
PRODUCTION
197
PartD
245
PROTECTION POLICY
437
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC INTEGRATION
455
INTERNATIONAL TRADE POLICY
479
MONEY
501
MONETARY POLICY
521
DEMAND FOR AND SUPPLY OF MONEY
545
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
567
MARKETS AND INSTRUMENTS
597

INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS
267
INFLATION AND UNEMPLOYMENT
293
NATIONAL ACCOUNTS
309
GOVERNMENT ECONOMICS
327
THE ECONOMIC CYCLE GROWTH AND FORECASTS
361
WHAT IT IS AND WHY IT EXISTS
385
INTERNATIONAL PAYMENTS
411
FINANCIAL MARKETS
619
DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS
649
DEVELOPMENT POLICY
677
REGIONAL ECONOMICS
697
BIBLIOGRAPHY
717
INDEX
727
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