Macroeconomics: Theory and Policy
McGraw-Hill Education, 2005 - 603
This book provides a comprehensive discussion on macroeconomics by exploring the different stages of growth of macroeconomics - classical, Keynesian and post-Keynesian. Meant for postgraduate and undergraduate students, the new edition is thoroughly revised with simplified interpretations and examples and updated with latest economic data.
A new chapter on 'Change in Aggregate Demand by Investment and Multiplier'.
Updated information with latest economic data and extensively revised text.
Enriched pedagogy with new chapter-end questions.