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By Ashwini Mathur

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Book Details

  • 978-93-83733-75-0
  • English
  • 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Paper Back
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Contents

  • Introductory Microeconomics and Macroeconomics 
    [Introductory Macroeconomics]
    Part B
    Unit–V: National Income and Related Aggregates
    12. Circular Flow of Income.
    Introduction, Stock and Flow, Structure of an Economy, Meaning of Circular Flow of Income, Phases of Circular Flow of Income, Types of Circular Flow of Income, Models of Circular Flow of Income, Importance or Significance of Circular Flow of  Income, Leakages and Injections in the Circular Flow of Income, Question Bank, Key Points, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Value Based Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key\
     
    13. National Income and Related Aggregates
    Economic Territory/Domestic Territory, Normal Residents, Net Factor Income from Abroad (NFIA), Final Goods and Intermedia, Consumer Goods and Producer Goods, Industrial Classification, Factor Income and Transfer Income (Factor Payment and Transfer Payment), Depreciation and Investment, Net Indirect Taxes (NIT), Market Price (MP) and Factor Cost (FC), Meaning of National Income (NI), Aggregates of National Income, Solved Numericals, Key Points, Question Bank, Unsolved Numericals, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key, Eco Mantra (Non-evaluative Topic).
     
    14. Methods of Measuring National Income
    Introduction, Value Added Method, Problem of Double Counting, Income Method , Expenditure Method, Real and Nominal GDP, GDP and Welfare, ?Solved Numericals, Key Points, Question Bank, Unsolved Numericals, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Value Based Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key, Eco-Mantra (Non-evaluative Topic).
    Unit–VI: Money and Banking 
     
    15. Money
    Barter Exchange, Meaning and Definition of Money, Functions of Money, Supply of Money, Question Bank, Key Points, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Value Based and Multi-Disciplinary Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key, Eco Mantra (Non-evalutive Topic).
     
    16. Central Bank and Money Creation
    Meaning and Definition of Central Bank, Functions of Central Bank, Money Creation by the Commercial Bank (Credit Creation), Money Multiplier (m), Key Points, Question Bank, Higher Order Thinking Skills (Hots) Questions, Value Based and Multi-Disciplinary Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key, Eco Mantra (Non-evaluative Topic).
     
    Unit–V II: Determination of Income and Employment 
    17. Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply.
    Aggregate Demand (AD), Aggregate Supply (AS), Consumption Function, Saving Function, Investment Function, Planned (Ex-ante) Saving and Planned (Ex-ante) Investment, Ex-post Saving and Ex-Post Investment, Involuntary Unemployment, Voluntary Unemployment and Full Employment, Solved Numericals, Key Points, Question Bank, Unsolved Numericals, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Value Based and Multi-Disciplinary Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key, Eco Mantra (Non-evaluative Topic).
     
    18. Income Determination and Multiplier
    Introduction, Aggregate Demand (AD) and Aggregate Supply (AS) Approach of Determination of Equilibrium Or  AD (C + I) and AS (C + S) Approach, Saving (S) and Investment (I) Approach, Full Employment Equilibrium and Under Employment Equilibrium, Investment Multiplier, Solved Numericals, Question Bank, Key Points, Unsolved Numericals, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Value Based and Multi-Disciplinary Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key.
     
    19. Problems of Excess Demand and Deficient Demand 
    Excess Demand, Deficient Demand, Measures to Correct or Control Excess Demand and Deficient Demand, Question Bank, Key Points, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Value Based and Multi-Disciplinary Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key.
    Unit–VIII: Government Budget and the Economy 
     
    20. Government Budget and The Economy
    Meaning of Budget, Objectives of Budget, Structure of the Budget (Components of Budget), Budget Receipts (BR), Budget Expenditure (BE), Types of Budgets, Budget Deficit (BD), Key Points, Question Bank, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Value Based and Multi-Disciplinary Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key, Eco Mantra (Non-evaluative Topic).
     
    Unit–IX: Balance of Payments 
    21. Foreign Exchange Rate
    Meaning of Foreign Exchange Rate, System or Types of Exchange Rates, Determination of Flexible Exchange Rate or Equilibrium Exchange Rate, Change in Exchange Rate (Depreciation and Appreciation of Currency), Devaluation and Revaluation of the Currency, Managed Floating, Foreign Exchange Market, Key Points, Question Bank, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Value Based and Multi-Disciplinary Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key, Eco Mantra (Non-evaluative Topic).
     
    22. Balance of Payments
    Meaning of Balance of Payments, Economic Transactions in Balance of Payments, Structure of Balance of Payments Account Or Components of Balance of Payments Account, Autonomous and Accommodating Items in BOP, Disequilibrium in BOP, Balance of Trade (BOT), Key Points, Question Bank, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Questions, Value Based and Multi-Disciplinary Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Answers Key.
     
    SP. Sample PapersSP
    EP. Examination Papers-2014
    MP. Model Test Papers
     

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