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(经济学)Economics-[fourth]-[pdf]-[Joseph E. Stiglitz, Carl E. Walsh]

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    标题: Economics【经济学】
    语言: English
    格式: pdf
    大小: 12.8M
    页数: 971
    年份: 2006
    作者: Joseph E. Stiglitz, Carl E. Walsh
    版次: fourth
    出版社: W. W. Norton & Company


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    Economics has been thoroughly revised, simplified, and updated for the Fourth Edition.Co-written by Joseph Stiglitz, winner of the Nobel Prize for his research on imperfect markets, and Carl E. Walsh, one of the leading monetary economists in the field, Economics is the most modern and accurate text available.


    目录
    Cover......Page 1
    Title Page......Page 5
    Copyright......Page 6
    CONTENTS......Page 11
    PREFACE......Page 37
    PART 1 INTRODUCTION......Page 51
    CHAPTER 1 MODERN ECONOMICS......Page 53
    What Is Economics?......Page 56
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Incentives and the Price of AOL......Page 59
    INTERNET CONNECTION: Auction Sites......Page 61
    The Three Major Markets......Page 65
    Microeconomics and Macroeconomics: The Two Branches of Economics......Page 67
    The Science of Economics......Page 68
    Why Economists Disagree......Page 69
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 71
    The Basic Competitive Model......Page 75
    e-INSIGHT: Markets, Exchange, and e-Commerce......Page 77
    Incentives and Information: Prices, Property Rights, and Profits......Page 79
    Alternatives to the Price System......Page 82
    Opportunity Sets and Trade-Offs......Page 84
    Costs......Page 87
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Trade-Offs......Page 89
    CASE IN POINT: The Opportunity Cost of Attending College......Page 90
    INTERNET CONNECTION: The Economists’ Voice......Page 93
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 95
    APPENDIX: Reading Graphs......Page 97
    PART 2 PERFECT MARKETS......Page 101
    The Role of Prices......Page 103
    Demand......Page 104
    CASE IN POINT: Gasoline Prices and the Demand for SUVs......Page 109
    Supply......Page 111
    e-INSIGHT: The Demand for Computers and Information Technology......Page 112
    Law of Supply and Demand......Page 117
    Price, Value, and Cost......Page 120
    INTERNET CONNECTION: The Demand and Supply in the Oil Market......Page 121
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 122
    The Price Elasticity of Demand......Page 127
    The Determinants of the Elasticity of Demand......Page 130
    The Price Elasticity of Supply......Page 132
    INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: Comparing Reactions to the Oil Price Shock of 2000......Page 133
    Using Demand and Supply Elasticities......Page 135
    Shortages and Surpluses......Page 138
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Incentives and the Window Tax......Page 140
    CASE IN POINT: Rent Control in New York City......Page 143
    INTERNET CONNECTION: Flawed Deregulation......Page 144
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 146
    APPENDIX: Elasticity and Slope......Page 148
    The Basic Problem of Consumer Choice......Page 151
    CASE IN POINT: The Fate of the BTU Tax......Page 157
    A Closer Look at the Demand Curve......Page 159
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Incentives, Income Effects, and Substitution Effects......Page 162
    Utility and the Description of Preferences......Page 163
    Looking Beyond the Basic Model......Page 168
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 172
    APPENDIX: Indifference Curves and the Consumption Decision......Page 174
    Indifference Curves and Marginal Rates of Substitution......Page 176
    Using Indifference Curves to Illustrate Choices......Page 177
    CHAPTER 6 THE FIRM’S COSTS......Page 181
    Profits, Costs, and Factors of Production......Page 182
    Short-Run and Long-Run Cost Curves......Page 191
    Production with Many Factors......Page 196
    CASE IN POINT: The Principle of Substitution and Global Warming......Page 198
    Economies of Scope......Page 200
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 201
    Revenue......Page 205
    Costs......Page 206
    INTERNET CONNECTION: Firms’ Profit-and-Loss Statements......Page 207
    Basic Conditions of Competitive Supply......Page 208
    Entry, Exit, and Market Supply......Page 210
    Long-Run Versus Short-Run Supply......Page 214
    e-INSIGHT: The 2001 Recession: Cutbacks Versus Shutdowns......Page 215
    Accounting Profits and Economic Profits......Page 216
    CASE IN POINT: Entering the Painting Business and Opportunity Costs......Page 219
    The Theory of the Competitive Firm......Page 221
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 222
    The Labor Supply Decision......Page 225
    INTERNET CONNECTION: Labor Force Data......Page 226
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Trade-Offs......Page 229
    Firms and the Demand for Labor......Page 231
    Labor Supply, Demand, and the Equilibrium Wage......Page 234
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 236
    APPENDIX: Indifference Curves and the Labor Supply Decision......Page 238
    Supply in the Capital Market......Page 241
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Wealth Distribution and Interest Rates......Page 247
    CASE IN POINT: Why is the U.S. Saving Rate So Low?......Page 248
    Demand in the Capital Market......Page 250
    A Behavioral Perspective on Saving......Page 252
    Education and Human Capital......Page 253
    e-INSIGHT: Financing the New Economy......Page 255
    The Basic Competitive Model......Page 256
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 257
    APPENDIX A: Indifference Curves and the Saving Decision......Page 259
    APPENDIX B: Calculating Present Discounted Value......Page 261
    CHAPTER 10 THE EFFICIENCY OF COMPETITIVE MARKETS......Page 265
    Competitive Markets and Economic Efficiency......Page 266
    FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPETITIVE MARKETS 1: Households and Firms are Price Takers......Page 268
    INTERNET CONNECTION: Digital Economist......Page 269
    Efficiency......Page 271
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Exchange and Distribution......Page 274
    FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPETITIVE MARKETS 3: The Competitive Market Economy is Pareto Efficient......Page 275
    General Equilibrium Analysis......Page 277
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Indirect Trade-Offs and Air Safety for Children......Page 278
    CASE IN POINT: The Labor Market and the Widening Wage Gap......Page 280
    CASE IN POINT: The Minimum Wage and General Equilibrium......Page 281
    Looking Beyond the Basic Model......Page 284
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 285
    PART 3 IMPERFECT MARKETS......Page 287
    CHAPTER 11 INTRODUCTION TO IMPERFECT MARKETS......Page 289
    Extending the Basic Competitive Model......Page 290
    Imperfect Competition and Market Structure......Page 292
    INTERNET CONNECTION: The Federal Trade Commission......Page 295
    FUNDAMENTALS OF IMPERFECT MARKETS 2: Imperfect Competition......Page 296
    Imperfect Information......Page 297
    e-INSIGHT: Information, Competition, and the Internet......Page 299
    FUNDAMENTALS OF IMPERFECT MARKETS 3: Imperfect Information......Page 301
    Externalities......Page 302
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Incentives and the Environment......Page 303
    Public Goods......Page 304
    FUNDAMENTALS OF IMPERFECT MARKETS 5: Public Goods......Page 305
    Looking Ahead......Page 306
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 307
    Monopoly Output......Page 311
    Economies of Scale and Natural Monopolies......Page 317
    INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: South Africa, AIDS, and Price Discrimination......Page 318
    Assessing the Degree of Competition......Page 320
    e-INSIGHT: Network Externalities, the New Economy, and Monopoly Power......Page 322
    Equilibrium with Monopolistic Competition......Page 323
    Oligopolies......Page 324
    INTERNET CONNECTION: Keeping Track of Oligopolies......Page 331
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Trade-Offs, American Airlines, and Predation......Page 333
    The Importance of Imperfections in Competition......Page 334
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 335
    The Drawbacks of Monopolies and Limited Competition......Page 339
    Policies Toward Natural Monopolies......Page 343
    INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: The Darker Side of Privatization......Page 346
    CASE IN POINT: California Electricity Deregulation......Page 348
    Antitrust Policies......Page 349
    INTERNET CONNECTION: U.S. Department of Justice and Antitrust Laws......Page 351
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Incentives and the Remedy to the Microsoft Monopoly Problem......Page 352
    CASE IN POINT: Coke and Pepsi Play Merger......Page 356
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 358
    CHAPTER 14 STRATEGIC BEHAVIOR......Page 361
    Review of the Prisoner’s Dilemma......Page 362
    Strategic Behavior in More General Games......Page 366
    INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: Beggar-Thy-Neighbor Tariff Policies......Page 367
    Repeated Games......Page 369
    INTERNET CONNECTION: The Prisoner’s Dilemma......Page 371
    CASE IN POINT: Banking Panics......Page 372
    Sequential Moves......Page 374
    Time Inconsistency......Page 376
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 379
    The Market for Lemons and Adverse Selection......Page 383
    The Incentive Problem......Page 387
    CASE IN POINT: Buying Health Insurance......Page 391
    The Search Problem......Page 392
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Incentive and Information Problems in the Housing Market......Page 393
    e-INSIGHT: Information Technology and Middlemen......Page 394
    INTERNET CONNECTION: Job Search......Page 395
    Advertising......Page 397
    The Importance of Imperfect Information......Page 400
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 401
    Labor Unions......Page 405
    INTERNET CONNECTION: Unions on the Internet......Page 408
    Wage Differentials......Page 412
    Motivating Workers......Page 414
    CASE IN POINT: Minimum Wages......Page 417
    e-INSIGHT: Labor Markets and the Internet......Page 419
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 421
    PART 4 ISSUES IN PUBLIC POLICY......Page 423
    CHAPTER 17 THE PUBLIC SECTOR......Page 425
    INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: The Size of Government in Different Countries......Page 427
    The U.S. Tax System in Practice......Page 431
    Transfers......Page 436
    Designing Government Programs......Page 440
    Government Failures......Page 441
    Current and Recent Controversies in the Economics of the Public Sector......Page 445
    INTERNET CONNECTION: Policy Analysis......Page 450
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 451
    Negative Externalities and Oversupply......Page 455
    Property Rights Responses......Page 457
    INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: Global Warming......Page 458
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Environmental and Economic Trade-Offs......Page 460
    CASE IN POINT: Reducing Acid Rain......Page 464
    INTERNET CONNECTION: The National Center for Environmental Economics......Page 466
    Merit Goods and the Environment......Page 468
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 469
    Trade Between Countries......Page 473
    Comparative Advantage......Page 476
    INTERNET CONNECTION: David Ricardo......Page 477
    e-INSIGHT: The United States’ Comparative Advantage in the Internet Age......Page 479
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Exchange and the Globalization Controversy......Page 482
    Trade Policies......Page 484
    INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: Surrogate Countries and Canadian Golf Carts......Page 488
    Political and Economic Rationale for Protection......Page 489
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Distribution and Trade Liberalization......Page 493
    e-INSIGHT: Trade Liberalization in Information Technology and Financial Services......Page 494
    International Cooperation......Page 495
    CASE IN POINT: The Banana War......Page 497
    INTERNET CONNECTION: The World Trade Organization......Page 499
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 500
    CHAPTER 20 TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE......Page 503
    Links Between Technological Change and Imperfect Competition......Page 504
    e-INSIGHT: The New Economy and Innovation......Page 505
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Intellectual Property Rights and Distribution......Page 506
    CASE IN POINT: Eli Whitney and the Cotton Gin......Page 510
    Basic Research as a Public Good......Page 514
    Government Promotion of Technological Progress......Page 515
    Technological Change and Economic Growth......Page 518
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 519
    PART 5 INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS......Page 521
    CHAPTER 21 MACROECONOMICS AND THE ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE......Page 523
    The Commitment to Full Employment and Growth......Page 524
    A Look Ahead......Page 532
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 533
    Measuring Output and Growth......Page 535
    INTERNET CONNECTION: The Bureau of Economic Analysis......Page 539
    CASE IN POINT: Is Software a Final Good or an Intermediate Good?......Page 541
    INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: What Gets Measured in the GDP?......Page 545
    Unemployment......Page 548
    Flows and Stocks......Page 555
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 556
    The Costs of Inflation......Page 559
    CASE IN POINT: Hyperinflation in Germany in the 1920s......Page 562
    Measuring Inflation......Page 564
    CASE IN POINT: The Price Index Makes a Difference......Page 566
    INTERNET CONNECTION: The Inflation Calculator......Page 567
    e-INSIGHT: Measuring the Price and Quantity of Software......Page 568
    The American Experience with Inflation......Page 569
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 571
    PART 6 FULL-EMPLOYMENT MACROECONOMICS......Page 573
    CHAPTER 24 THE FULL-EMPLOYMENT MODEL......Page 575
    Macroeconomic Equilibrium......Page 576
    The Labor Market......Page 577
    CASE IN POINT: Mass Migration in the Nineteenth Century......Page 581
    The Product Market......Page 582
    The Capital Market......Page 586
    The General Equilibrium Model......Page 590
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 593
    CHAPTER 25 GOVERNMENT FINANCE AT FULL EMPLOYMENT......Page 597
    Extending the Basic Full-Employment Model......Page 598
    Adding the Government......Page 599
    INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: Deficits in Other Countries......Page 605
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Distribution, Deficits and Intergenerational Transfers......Page 606
    Evaluating Government Deficits and Surpluses......Page 607
    Government Deficits and Surpluses: Our Recent Experiences......Page 608
    Factors Affecting the Federal Budget......Page 611
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 613
    CHAPTER 26 THE OPEN ECONOMY AT FULL EMPLOYMENT......Page 617
    The Open Economy......Page 618
    The Basic Trade Identity......Page 622
    INTERNET CONNECTION: U.S. Trade Data......Page 623
    CASE IN POINT: The Trade Deficit......Page 624
    e-INSIGHT: High-Tech Exports and Imports......Page 626
    Exchange Rates......Page 627
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Net Exports and the Exchange Rate......Page 629
    Is the Trade Deficit a Problem?......Page 630
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 633
    CHAPTER 27 GROWTH AND PRODUCTIVITY......Page 635
    Rising Standards of Living......Page 636
    Explaining Productivity......Page 639
    INTERNET CONNECTION: How Fast Is Modern Economic Growth?......Page 640
    Total Factor Productivity: Measuring the Sources of Growth......Page 646
    CASE IN POINT: Calculating Total Factor Productivity in the 1990s......Page 647
    e-INSIGHT: Computers and Increased Productivity Growth......Page 648
    FUNDAMENTALS OF GROWTH: Growth in the Economy’s Labor Force, Growth in the Economy’s Capital Stock, Technological Change......Page 649
    Are There Limits to Economic Growth?......Page 650
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Trade-Offs and the Costs of Economic Growth......Page 651
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 652
    CHAPTER 28 MONEY, THE PRICE LEVEL, AND THE FEDERAL RESERVE......Page 655
    Prices and Inflation......Page 656
    INTERNET CONNECTION: How Much Cash Do We Hold?......Page 660
    The Financial System in Modern Economies......Page 662
    CASE IN POINT: When Atlanta Printed Money......Page 664
    Creating Money in Modern Economies......Page 665
    CASE IN POINT: “Boggs Bills” and the Meaning of Money......Page 669
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Exchange, Money, and the Internet......Page 670
    e-INSIGHT: Electronic Cash......Page 673
    The Federal Reserve......Page 676
    INTERNET CONNECTION: The Federal Reserve Banks and International Central Banks......Page 679
    The Stability of the U.S. Banking System......Page 680
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 683
    PART 7 MACROECONOMIC FLUCTUATIONS......Page 685
    CHAPTER 29 INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMIC FLUCTUATIONS......Page 687
    Economic Fluctuations......Page 688
    CASE IN POINT: Estimating the Output Costs of a Recession......Page 692
    Why Economies Experience Fluctuations......Page 693
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Information and Measuring the Business Cycle......Page 697
    Understanding Macroeconomic Fluctuations: Key Concepts......Page 698
    Sticky Prices......Page 699
    e-INSIGHT: Cyclical and Structural Productivity......Page 700
    FUNDAMENTALS OF FLUCTUATIONS 2: Sticky Prices......Page 701
    FUNDAMENTALS OF FLUCTUATIONS 3: Short-Run Inflation-Unemployment Trade-Off......Page 703
    CASE IN POINT: Inflation Targeting......Page 705
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 707
    Income-Expenditure Analysis......Page 711
    A Look Forward......Page 716
    Consumption......Page 717
    Investment......Page 722
    Net Exports......Page 726
    Calculating Equilibrium Output......Page 731
    Aggregate Expenditures and the Real Interest Rate......Page 733
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Incentives and the Real After-Tax Rate of Interest......Page 734
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 735
    CHAPTER 31 AGGREGATE DEMAND AND INFLATION......Page 739
    The Real Interest Rate and the Capital Market......Page 740
    The Aggregate Demand–Inflation Curve......Page 741
    INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: How Do Other Central Banks React to Inflation?......Page 746
    Using the ADI Curve......Page 747
    CASE IN POINT: The Volcker Disinflation......Page 750
    CASE IN POINT: The Kennedy Tax Cut......Page 751
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Tough Trade-Offs......Page 753
    Shifts in the Inflation Adjustment Curve......Page 754
    CASE IN POINT: Oil Price Shocks of the 1970s......Page 755
    CASE IN POINT: The 1990s......Page 757
    e-INSIGHT: Productivity Growth and the Punch Bowl......Page 758
    INTERNET CONNECTION: The FOMC......Page 760
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 761
    The Federal Funds Market......Page 765
    Monetary Policy Operating Procedures......Page 771
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 774
    CHAPTER 33 THE ROLE OF MACROECONOMIC POLICY......Page 777
    Inflation-Unemployment Trade-Offs......Page 778
    Fiscal Policy......Page 779
    INTERNET CONNECTION: The Economic Report of the President......Page 782
    INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: Fiscal Transfers......Page 784
    Monetary Policy......Page 786
    CASE IN POINT: Announcing the Fed’s Decisions......Page 788
    Real Interest Rates and Nominal Interest Rates......Page 789
    The Central Bank Policy Rule......Page 790
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Real Values Matter for Incentives......Page 792
    CASE IN POINT: September 11, 2001......Page 793
    e-INSIGHT: The Dot-Com Bubble and Macroeconomic Stability......Page 794
    The Position of the Policy Rule......Page 795
    The Slope of the Policy Rule......Page 798
    Interactions Between Monetary and Fiscal Policies......Page 799
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 802
    PART 8 THE GLOBAL ECONOMY......Page 805
    CHAPTER 34 THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM......Page 807
    Determining the Exchange Rate......Page 808
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Incentives and the Real Exchange Rate......Page 814
    Exchange Rate Management......Page 816
    INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: Global Financial Crises......Page 820
    Flexible Exchange Rate Systems......Page 821
    CASE IN POINT: Currency Boards and Dollarization......Page 822
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 825
    CHAPTER 35 POLICY IN THE OPEN ECONOMY......Page 829
    The ADI Curve and the Open Economy......Page 830
    The Exchange Rate and Inflation......Page 833
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Interest Parity and Incentives......Page 834
    Comparing Monetary and Fiscal Policies in the Open Economy......Page 835
    e-INSIGHT: New Technology and the Integration of World Financial Markets......Page 836
    INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: Is a Strong Dollar Good for the United States?......Page 838
    Policy Coordination......Page 839
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 840
    CHAPTER 36 DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSITION......Page 843
    Development......Page 844
    INTERNET CONNECTION: The World Bank’s Development Goals......Page 846
    CASE IN POINT: A Historical Perspective on Globalization......Page 854
    e-INSIGHT: Indian Engineers in Silicon Valley and Silicon Valley’s Capital in India......Page 856
    Economies in Transition......Page 858
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 864
    PART 9 FURTHER TOPICS IN MACROECONOMICS......Page 867
    CHAPTER 37 INFLATION AND UNEMPLOYMENT......Page 869
    Short-Run Inflation Adjustment......Page 870
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Distributional Effects of Inflation and Unemployment......Page 876
    CASE IN POINT: Nobel Views on Inflation and Unemployment......Page 877
    CASE IN POINT: The Baby Boomers and the Natural Rate......Page 879
    Inflation Shocks......Page 880
    FUNDAMENTALS OF INFLATION: Cyclical Unemployment, Expectations, Inflation Shocks......Page 881
    Combining the Aggregate Demand–Inflation and Inflation Adjustment Curves......Page 882
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 884
    CHAPTER 38 CONTROVERSIES IN MACROECONOMIC POLICY......Page 887
    Do Deficits Matter?......Page 888
    The Goals of Macroeconomic Policy......Page 892
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: Trade-Offs and Choices......Page 895
    Should the Federal Reserve Target Inflation?......Page 898
    CASE IN POINT: Fed Policy Statements—Balancing Policy Goals......Page 901
    INTERNET CONNECTION: Banks and Inflation Targeting......Page 902
    Consequences of Inflation Targeting......Page 903
    INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: Central Bank Mandates......Page 905
    e-INSIGHT: e-Time and Macroeconomic Policy......Page 908
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 910
    APPENDIX: Price Level Targeting......Page 912
    CHAPTER 39 A STUDENT’S GUIDE TO INVESTING......Page 915
    Investment Alternatives......Page 916
    INTERNET CONNECTION: Calculating Interest Rates......Page 917
    INTERNET CONNECTION: Index Funds......Page 920
    CASE IN POINT: PG&E Employees Learn Why Diversification Is Important......Page 922
    Expectations and the Market for Assets......Page 928
    THINKING LIKE AN ECONOMIST: The Distribution of Wealth and Ownership of Assets......Page 929
    Efficient Market Theory......Page 931
    Strategies for Intelligent Investing......Page 935
    REVIEW AND PRACTICE......Page 937
    GLOSSARY......Page 940
    CREDITS......Page 952
    INDEX......Page 954

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