Economics for Business

Economics for Business

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Economics for Business, 4th Edition provides students with a valuable introduction to economics, bringing a challenging subject to life by providing careful explanations and straightforward examples of economic

Economics for Business, 4th Edition is written for students of Advanced Diploma of Accounting in the FNS10
Financial Services Training Package and for introductory economics units at undergraduate level.
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Product details

  • Paperback
  • 210 x 260 x 21mm | 1,185g
  • McGraw-Hill Education / Australia
  • Australia
  • Revised
  • 4th Revised edition
  • 0070998434
  • 9780070998438
  • 914,653

Table of contents

Economics for Business

PART 1 Economic concepts and systems

Economic concepts
Economic systems

PART 2 The price mechanism

Demand, supply and equilibrium
Price and income elasticity

PART 3 Market structures

Market structures and the Australian capitalist economy
Contemporary market capitalism: Price and output determination in different market structures

Appendix to Chapter 6: Break-even analysis

Government market intervention in the Australian economy

PART 4 Fundamental macroeconomic concepts

The circular flow
Measuring the economy&#8211s size and growth
Aggregate demand and aggregate supply
The labour force

PART 5 The Australian financial system

Money and interest
Financial institutions
Financial regulation: Australian and global trends

PART 6 Wealth creation

Wealth creation

Appendix to Chapter 16: Financial modelling techniques for business and personal decisions
PART 7 Australia in the international economy

Australia&#8211s international trade and investment
The balance of payments
The exchange rate

PART 8 Economic policies

Structural change
Macroeconomic management in Australia
Fiscal policy
Monetary policy
External policy

PART 9 Economic growth and development

Economic growth
Economic development
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About Ian Fraser

Ian Fraser is currently the Dean of Business at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. He has co-authored on the first, second and third editions of Economics for Business. Dr John Gionea has coordinated international trade, economics and international management courses in Melbourne, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Kuala Lumpur, since 1992. He is a graduate of Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Academy of Economic Studies (Romana) and the International Marketing Institute (Harvard). He currently works as a part-time lecturer at the Swinburne University of Technology in Victoria. He co-authored the first and second editions of Economics for Business in 1999 and 2004, and has also authored International Trade and Investment, in 2002.
Simon Fraser has worked as a lecturer at RMIT. he has also co-authored the first and second editions of Economics for Business for McGraw-Hill Australia.
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