Monetary Economics Ebook

$8.99

Outstanding Features

The following are some of the outstanding features of The Monetary Economics Problem Solver:

  • A step-by-step approach to solving problems
  • Clear applications of principles to solving problems
  • Emphasis on learning by doing
  • Visual aids (graphs) are used extensively
  • The use of mathematics is limited to simple algebra
  • Suitable for use with the major textbooks on monetary economics
  • Not restricted to any particular country
  • Over 420 fully solved short answer and essay questions and over 400 multiple-choice questions answered with explanations
  • Unparalleled for help with test and exam preparation
  • Topics are organized into modules for easier learning
  • Neoclassical and Keynesian models are covered.

Ebook Size: 494 Pages

Description

The Monetary Economics Problem-solver is a learning device intended primarily for students taking courses in Money, Banking, and Financial Markets; Monetary Theory and policy; Monetary Economics; Macroeconomics (with a money emphasis); Money and Income, etc.  The book teaches how to solve problems in monetary economics.

Consisting of more than 420 fully solved short answers and essay questions, and over 400 multiple-choice questions answered with explanations, this learning device is an effective device for teaching how to solve problems in monetary economics.

The main purpose of this book is to teach college and university students how to solve problems in monetary economics. A fundamental reason for the difficulty experienced by students studying various subjects is often the lack of specific step-by-step rules of analysis that can be followed when solving problems in general and economic problems in particular. Consequently, students seem not to develop sufficient skills in how to answer questions and how to apply principles to solve problems. The Monetary Economics Problem Solver is intended to fill this deficiency in monetary economics.

This learning device is primarily for students who are taking courses such as Money, Banking, and Financial Markets; Monetary Theory and Policy; Monetary Economics; Macroeconomics with a Money Emphasis; Money and Income, etc. The book will be an invaluable supplement to any class text. Professors of those courses will also find this book to be quite useful for teaching, testing, and for assigning homework.

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