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CHAPTER 1: NATIONAL INCOME

Definition of National income statistics
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Methods of measuring national income
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The output method of measuring national income 
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The income method of measuring national income
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The expenditure method of measuring national income 
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National income identity & Some basic definition of National income identity
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Uses of national income statistics 
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Limitation of using NY figures to measure SOL within a country
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Limitation of using NY figures to measure SOL between countries
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Indicators of SOL 
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Measuring national income using the output method
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Problems of the output method / solutions 
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Measuring national income using the income method 
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Problems of income method/ solutions
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Measuring national income using the expenditure method 
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Examples/Exercise
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THE CIRCULAR FLOW OF INCOME (THE ECONOMIC CIRCUIT)
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INJECTS (J)
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WITHDRAWALS OR LEAKAGES (W) 
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Equilibrium 
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Methods of calculating equilibrium NY 
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Equilibrium in a II sector economy 
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Equilibrium in a III sector economy 
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Equilibrium in a IV sector economy
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Numerical application/Excercise
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CONSUMPTION (C)
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Autonomous consumption (Co) 
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Induced consumption (by)
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The consumption function 
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Propensity to consume 
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Average propensity to consume (APC) 
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Marginal propensity to consume (MPC) 
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Causes of the shift of the consumption function 
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Questions
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Propensity to save 
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Determinants of savings
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Relationship between propensity to consume and save 
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The paradox of thrift 
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Assumptions of the paradox of thrift 
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Diagrammatic illustration of the paradox of thrift
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Algebraic illustration
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Examples/exercises  
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The circular flow of income in different economic sector 
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The circular flow of income in a II sector Frugal economy 
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Equilibrium in a III sector economy
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Effects of transfer payment on the equilibrium income 
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Equilibrium in a IV sector economy 
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Full employment income and equilibrium level of income (the gap analysis)
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An inflationary gap 
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Effects of an inflationary gap 
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Solution to inflationary gap 
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A deflationary gap
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Effects of deflationary gap 
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Solution to deflation 
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Questions 
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THE MULTIPLIER (K)
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Assumptions of the multiplier
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Determination of the value of the multiplier 
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Functioning of the multiplier
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The dynamic multiplier process (e.g when MPC is 0.8) 
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Example 
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Determining of equilibrium using the multiplier 
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Example
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Questions
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The balanced budget multiplier (BBM) 
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Assumptions of the BBM 
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Mathematical illustration of BBM
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INVESTMENT (I)
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Types of investment 
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Public sector investment
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Motives for public sector investment
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Private sector investment 
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Determinants of investment 
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INVESTMENT DECISIONS
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The present value of a future streams of income
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The future value of cash flow 
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The accelerator principle (r) 
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Assumption of the accelerator 
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Some important formulae 
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Determinants of the accelerator 
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Criticism of the accelerator (r) principle
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Question
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Interaction between the accelerator and the multiplier
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CHAPTER 2 – INTERNATIONAL TRADE

ChAPTER 3: MONEY AND BANKING

CHAPTER 4: UNEMPLOYMENT

CHAPTER 5: PUBLIC FINANCE

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