Managerial Economics   7Th Edn

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This book provides a complete, comprehensive and authentic text on micro and macro aspects of managerial economics. Through regular revisions it has kept itself up-to-date and in line with the requirements of the times during the three decades of its existence. Due to increasing application of economic theories, concepts and tools of economic analysis, and various universities and institutes modifying their curricula, the book has been revised again. Some new chapters, some new sections, sub-sections, and additional explanatory matters have been added to this edition, so that even the students with insufficient knowledge of basic economics are able to fully understand and appreciate the more complex topics in managerial economics. Readers will find the usefulness of the book vastly enhanced now. SALIENT FEATURES Clearer concepts and theories More numericals and examples More questions and exercises Five new chapters, 10 new sections. o New Chapters: 1. Basics of the Market System and Market Equilibrium to give an overview of the market system (ch. 6). o 2. An introduction to macroeconomics to show its usefulness for business management (ch. 18). o 3. Circular Flow Model of the Economy shows how product and money flows make it work (ch. 19). o 4. Being a global problem, a study of Inflation is important to a business manager (ch. 25). o 5. Changing business environment due to globalization needs to be studied (ch. 26). New Sections / Topics: o What Is Economics in Chapter 1 o Definition of Economic Variables and Interrelations between Variables (ch. 4) o Derivation of Market Demand Curve and Use of Elasticities of Demand (ch. 8) o Steps in Demand Forecasting (ch. 9). o Application of the Law of Diminishing Returns and Determining Optimum Employment of Labour (ch. 10) o The concept of Learning Curve (ch. 12) o Nature of Non-Price Competition in Oligopoly Markets (ch. 13). Table of Contents: Part-I: Introduction: o Nature and Scope of Managerial Economics o Objectives of Business Firms o Some Fundamental Concepts Used in Business Decisions o Basic Tools of Economic Analysis and Optimization Techniques o Method of Estimating a Function o Regression Technique Part-II: Analysis of Demand and Demand Forecasting: o Basics of the Market System and Market Equilibrium o Analysis of Consumer Demand o Analysis of Market Demand and Demand Elasticities o Demand Forecasting. Part-III: Production and Cost analysis: o Theory of Production o Theory of Cost and Break-Even Analysis o Linear Programming. Part-IV: Market Structure, Pricing Theory and Practices: o Market Structure and Pricing Decisions o Alternative Theories of the Firm o Pricing Strategies and Practices. Part-V: Capital Budgeting and Investment Decisions: o Capital Budgeting and Investment Under Certainty o Investment Decisions Under Risk and Uncertainty. Part-VI: Macroeconomic Aspects: o Macroeconomics: Meaning, Nature and Scope o Circular Flow Model of the Economy o National Income o Theory of National Income Determination o Income Determination with Government and Foreign Trade o Modern Theories of Economic Growth o Business Cycles and Stabilization o Inflation. Part-VII: International Economic Linkages: o Changing Business Environment o Theory of International Trade o Foreign Trade Policy: Free Trade vs. Trade Control o Determination of Foreign Exchange Rate o Balance of Payments o International Monetary System. Part-VIII: Government and the Private Business: Governments Role in the Economy o Fiscal Policy: Taxation and Private Business o Monetary Policy o Industrial Policy of India o Some Economic Legislations o Social Responsibility of Private Business o Index.

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This book provides a complete, comprehensive and authentic text on micro and macro aspects of managerial economics. Through regular revisions it has kept itself up-to-date and in line with the requirements of the times during the three decades of its existence. Due to increasing application of economic theories, concepts and tools of economic analysis, and various universities and institutes modifying their curricula, the book has been revised again. Some new chapters, some new sections, sub-sections, and additional explanatory matters have been added to this edition, so that even the students with insufficient knowledge of basic economics are able to fully understand and appreciate the more complex topics in managerial economics. Readers will find the usefulness of the book vastly enhanced now. SALIENT FEATURES Clearer concepts and theories More numericals and examples More questions and exercises Five new chapters, 10 new sections. o New Chapters: 1. Basics of the Market System and Market Equilibrium to give an overview of the market system (ch. 6). o 2. An introduction to macroeconomics to show its usefulness for business management (ch. 18). o 3. Circular Flow Model of the Economy shows how product and money flows make it work (ch. 19). o 4. Being a global problem, a study of Inflation is important to a business manager (ch. 25). o 5. Changing business environment due to globalization needs to be studied (ch. 26). New Sections / Topics: o What Is Economics in Chapter 1 o Definition of Economic Variables and Interrelations between Variables (ch. 4) o Derivation of Market Demand Curve and Use of Elasticities of Demand (ch. 8) o Steps in Demand Forecasting (ch. 9). o Application of the Law of Diminishing Returns and Determining Optimum Employment of Labour (ch. 10) o The concept of Learning Curve (ch. 12) o Nature of Non-Price Competition in Oligopoly Markets (ch. 13). Table of Contents: Part-I: Introduction: o Nature and Scope of Managerial Economics o Objectives of Business Firms o Some Fundamental Concepts Used in Business Decisions o Basic Tools of Economic Analysis and Optimization Techniques o Method of Estimating a Function o Regression Technique Part-II: Analysis of Demand and Demand Forecasting: o Basics of the Market System and Market Equilibrium o Analysis of Consumer Demand o Analysis of Market Demand and Demand Elasticities o Demand Forecasting. Part-III: Production and Cost analysis: o Theory of Production o Theory of Cost and Break-Even Analysis o Linear Programming. Part-IV: Market Structure, Pricing Theory and Practices: o Market Structure and Pricing Decisions o Alternative Theories of the Firm o Pricing Strategies and Practices. Part-V: Capital Budgeting and Investment Decisions: o Capital Budgeting and Investment Under Certainty o Investment Decisions Under Risk and Uncertainty. Part-VI: Macroeconomic Aspects: o Macroeconomics: Meaning, Nature and Scope o Circular Flow Model of the Economy o National Income o Theory of National Income Determination o Income Determination with Government and Foreign Trade o Modern Theories of Economic Growth o Business Cycles and Stabilization o Inflation. Part-VII: International Economic Linkages: o Changing Business Environment o Theory of International Trade o Foreign Trade Policy: Free Trade vs. Trade Control o Determination of Foreign Exchange Rate o Balance of Payments o International Monetary System. Part-VIII: Government and the Private Business: Governments Role in the Economy o Fiscal Policy: Taxation and Private Business o Monetary Policy o Industrial Policy of India o Some Economic Legislations o Social Responsibility of Private Business o Index.
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Title Managerial Economics 7Th Edn Height
D N Dwivedi Width
ISBN-13 9788125923473 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #8125923470 Spine Width
Publisher Vikas Publication House Pvt Ltd Pages 704
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