This semester, students from across Canada are taking an economics of macro issues course and reading the economics of macro problems 6th edition by Peter T. Lovelheim, Robert J. Turner and David R. Turner. Students can expect a lot of economic policy discussions, including the state of the economy in Canada. However, the economics of macro is more than just economics. This book covers all aspects of the macro, including government, labor and business economics.
The Solutions Manual will provide an introduction to the theory and concepts and how they apply to the Canadian economy. There are several chapters that describe current Canadian policy issues as well as some general policy analysis.
The second chapter in the economics of macro issues is an introduction to macroeconomic indicators. This includes the national accounts and personal income tax collections as well as various other macroeconomic indicators. Students will also learn about the unemployment rate, household income inequality, income distribution, business cycles, and fiscal policy.
The third chapter of the economics of macro issues is an overview of various macro policies including monetary policy and fiscal policy. These topics include fiscal policy, unemployment, budgeting, interest rates, inflation, fiscal policy, consumer demand and income elasticity.
The fourth chapter of the economics of macro issues is an overview of the Canadian macro policy regime. Students will learn about budgeting, the finance ministry, fiscal policy, public sector employment and unemployment, trade and importation, and a review of macroeconomic indicators.
The fifth chapter of the economics of macro issues is an overview of the macro-economic indicators themselves. Students will read the reports and tables from the CMA report on the Canadian micro economic indicators as well as the National Household Survey Report on macroeconomics. They will also read about various other financial indicators and the effects of them on the Canadian economy.
The sixth chapter of the economics of macro issues is a review of the macro indicators used in the reports and tables in the previous chapters. Students will also read about a series of economic policy options and how they compare to current policy. This section is necessary for students who want to understand the Canadian economy.
The seventh chapter of the economics of macro issues is an outline of some macroeconomic policy choices and their effect on the Canadian economy. Students will learn about the trade deficit and the impact on employment and inflation. Students will also read a report about the impact of the federal debt and the fiscal situation.
The eighth chapter of the book is a review of the macroeconomic indicators that the chapters cover. Students will learn about the household income growth indicators and the change in unemployment, the income distribution, business cycles, and the balance sheets.