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Business Economics By E. W. Orchard

Business Economics by E. W. Orchard

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Summary

* Provides a user--friendly approach to business economics. * Comprehensive coverage of the key issues in business economics. * Many activities included in each unit to assist student learning. .

Business Economics Summary

Business Economics: An Active Learning Approach by E. W. Orchard

Business Economics is part of a major new national programme of highly developed texts and modules for undergraduate students following business studies courses.

About E. W. Orchard

E. W. Orchard is Senior Lecturer in Economics at Bolton Institute of Higher Education. John Glen is Senior Lecturer in Economics at Bolton Institute of Higher Education. James Eden is Lecturer in Monetary Economics and Corporate Finance at the Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moores University.

Table of Contents

1. An Introduction to Economics. 2. The Elementary Theory of Allocation. 3. The Theory of Production. 4. Market Structures. 5. The Theory of Distribution. 6. Introduction to the Macroeconomy. 7. National Income Determination. 8. The Role of Money and the Financial System. 9. National Income Determination and Aggregate Supply. 10. International Trade. Resources.

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GOR004337997
9780631201793
0631201793
Business Economics: An Active Learning Approach by E. W. Orchard
Used - Very Good
Paperback
John Wiley and Sons Ltd
1997-08-17
688
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