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Macroeconomics

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This book explains all the usual macro topics and is easier and faster to read and understand. Students who are assigned this text, or use it instead of their assigned text, tend to learn more and receive higher grades. It is available both as an

The General Theories of Inflation, Unemployment, and Government Deficits

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Intellectual time lags exist in every field of science. So it is that even today one often hears the same old common knowledge nonsense and simplistic analysis from the early post-Keynesian era when students learned about some of the monetary and

Macroeconomics

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This book explains all the usual macro topics and is easier and faster to read and understand. Students who are assigned this text, or use it instead of their assigned text, tend to learn more and receive higher grades. It is available both as an e-book and in print. This is the fourth edition of Professor Lindauer's ground-breaking Macroeconomics series. It holds reader interest because it constantly relates the concepts of modern macroeconomics to today's "Great Recession" and the policies and conditions that brought it about and are needed to end it. Professor Lindauer's previous works include books such as Land Taxation and Indian Economic Development (with Sarjit Singh); various editions of his Macroeconomics series; and his ground-breaking journal articles such as "Stabilization Inflation and the Inflation-Unemployment Trade-off." A non-technical explanation of the theories and policies described herein is available as Inflations, Unemployment, and Government Deficits: End Them. It is suitable for journalists, laymen, and lawyers attempting to serve as Federal Reserve governors. A related explanation of those theories and policies is available as The General Theories of Inflation, Unemployment, and Government Deficits. It is suitable for professional economists and graduate students. Lindauer's books have been translated into Japanese, Spanish, Korean, Hindi, Urdu, Chinese, and Portuguese and his policy suggestions implemented by central banks around the world. In addition to serving as Professor of Economics and Chairman at Claremont, he has served as a visiting professor of economics at Sussex University and the University of California; and as a Distinguished Senior Fulbright Professor at the University of Punjab.

The General Theories of Inflation, Unemployment, and Government Deficits

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Intellectual time lags exist in every field of science. So it is that even today one often hears the same old "common knowledge" nonsense and simplistic analysis from the early post-Keynesian era when students learned about some of the monetary and fiscal policies applicable to the U.K. and its institutions (Keynes) on the premise that they are also applicable to the U.S. Many are not. The result has all too often been inflation or massive unemployment that continues even though it could be quickly ended without fiscal changes or new laws. This is a re-presentation of Professor Lindauer's early ground-breaking work from the 1960s. It explains why not all Keynesian and neo-classical theory and monetary and fiscal policies are applicable to the unique structure and institutions of the United States and how the current United States' malaise can be quickly ended - via a new approach to monetary policy, long ago explained by Lindauer and adopted by other countries. It was while at Claremont as professor of economics that Lindauer first modeled the concept of aggregate supply and related it with the concept of aggregate demand to develop many of the macroeconomic theories presented herein and integrate them into the then-existing theories of inflation and unemployment. Importantly in these days of high unemployment, the unique and quickly effective monetary policies he suggested years ago to end recessions and depressions without causing inflation or exacerbating government deficits are today immediately available without requiring fiscal changes or the passage of new laws and regulations. Professor Lindauer's other publications include "Land Taxation and Indian Economic Development" (with Sarjit Singh); various editions of his Macroeconomics series; and his early ground-breaking journal articles such as "Stabilization Inflation and the Inflation-Unemployment Trade-off." A non-technical version of this work is available as Inflations, Unemployment, and Government Deficit

The Bogleheads' Guide to Investing

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The irreverent guide to investing, Boglehead styleThe Boglehead's Guide to Investing is a DIY handbook that espouses the sage investment wisdom of John C. Bogle. This witty and wonderful book offers contrarian adv

The Bogleheads' Guide to Retirement Planning

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The Bogleheads are back-with retirement planning advice for those who need it! Whatever your current financial situation, you must continue to strive for a viable retirement plan by finding the most effective ways to save, the best accounts
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