The Economic Way of Thinking
(1st Canadian Edition) by Paul Heyne and John Palmer

Hints, Tips, Pointers, and Suggestions for the Questions for Discussion at the end of each chapter

Please use these hints and suggestions very carefully.
They are abridged from the Instructors' Manual which accompanies the textbook.

 

  1. - The Economic Way of Thinking
  2. - Scarcity and Choices
  3. - Substitutes Everywhere: The Concept of Demand
  4. - Behind the Demand Curve
  5. - Opportunity Cost and the Supply of Goods
  6. - Supply and Demand: a Process of Co-ordination
  7. - Marginal Values and Economic Decisions
  8. - Price Setting and Price Taking
  9. - Costs Again: Behind the Supply Curve
  10. - Information, Intermediaries, and Speculators
  11. - Price Searching
  12. - Interdependence, Game Theory, and Markets
  13. - Competition and Government Policies
  14. - Profit
  15. - The Distribution of Income
  16. - Externalities and Conflicting Rights
  17. - Markets and Government
  18. - Inflation, Recession, Unemployment
  19. - Production, Prices, and Aggregate Fluctuations
  20. - The Supply of Money
  21. - Demand-Side Economics
  22. - Fiscal and Monetary Policy
  23. - Supply-Side Perspectives
  24. - Aggregate Demand and Supply: An Overview
  25. - Efficiency, Exchange, and Comparative Advantage
  26. - International Trade Policy: Canada in the Global Economy
  27. - National Policies and International Exchange
  28. - Inflation, Recession, and Political Economy
  29. - The Limitations of Economics  - no questions for discussion

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