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  • Economics for South African students 5/e
  • Mohr P
  • ISBN: 9780627033421
  • eISBN: N/A
  • ePub ISBN: 9780627034503
  • 435 Pages | Published: 2015

Economics for South African students is a comprehensive introduction to economics in general, set against a contemporary South African background. The easy style and many practical examples make this publication extremely accessible. The book covers all the material usually prescribed for introductory courses, and it lays a solid foundation for intermediate and advanced studies in economics. The fi fth edition is a restructured, thoroughly revised and updated version of the popular fourth edition. As in the previous editions, the emphasis is on the application of economic theory. A wealth of relevant information about the South African economy is also provided. This book is also available in Afrikaans. South African workbook for economics is an additional resource that students can purchase at their local bookstore or online retailer. Please visit www.vanschaiknet.com for information on core and supplementary Economics I products.


Related Material

South African Workbook for Economics (Student resource available for sale)

Chapter 1 What economics is all about

Chapter 2 Economic systems

Chapter 3 Production, income and spending in the mixed economy

Chapter 4 Demand, supply and prices

Chapter 5 Demand and supply in action

Chapter 6 Elasticity

Chapter 7 The theory of demand: the utility approach

Chapter 8 The theory of demand: the indifference approach

Chapter 9 Background to supply: production and cost

Chapter 10 Market structure 1: Overview and perfect competition

Chapter 11 Market structure 2: Monopoly and imperfect competition

Chapter 12 The factor markets: the labour market

Chapter 13 Measuring the performance of the economy

Chapter 14 The monetary sector

Chapter 15 The government sector

Chapter 16 The foreign sector

Chapter 17 A simple Keynesian model of the economy

Chapter 18 Keynesian models including the government and the foreign sector

Chapter 19 More on macroeconomic theory and policy

Chapter 20 Inflation

Chapter 21 Unemployment

Chapter 22 Economic growth and business cycles

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Test Bank

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Important concepts

Figures and tables

Additional chapter: The South African economy
Enhanced PowerPoint slides for Chapters 1-4

Test Bank for Additional Economics chapter (NEW! Added August 2017)




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