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Michael Parkin is Professor Emeritus at the University of Western Ontario. Melanie Powell is Reader in Economics at Derby University Business School. Kent Matthews is the Sir Julian Hodge Professor of Banking and Finance at the Cardiff Business School.
Part 1 The Scope of Economics Chapter 1 What is Economics? Chapter 2 The Economic Problem Part 2 How Markets Work Chapter 3 Demand and Supply Chapter 4 Efficiency and Equity Chapter 5 Government Actions in Markets Part 3 Business Decisions and Strategies Chapter 6 Output and Costs Chapter 7 Competitive Markets Chapter 8 Monopoly Chapter 9 Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly Part 4 Monitoring Business Conditions Chapter 10 Real GDP Chapter 11 Monitoring Jobs and Inflation Part 5 Finance and Money Chapter 12 Financial Markets Chapter 13 Money and Banking Part 6 Macroeconomic Performance And Policy Chapter 14 Aggregate Supply and Aggregate demand Chapter 15 Growth, Inflation and Cycles Chapter 16 Fiscal Policy and Monetary Policy Glossary