Introductory Managerial Economics-II

Student Price : Rs.140

Student Dollar Price : 6$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2009

About The Book

Introductory Managerial Economics – II is a core subject under management studies. Recently, University of Mumbai has introduced a new curriculum for management studies in degree course at the undergraduate level. Though there is no dearth of books on the subject of economics/business economics/managerial economics, none of them by themselves can adequately fulfill the requirements of this new syllabus. The author, thus, makes a humble attempt to fill up the 'gap' and help the student community by giving them a suitable textbook catering to their special needs.
This volume is intended to serve as a comprehensive/standard textbook on Managerial Economics Paper II for the B.M.S. Degree course of the University of Mumbai, new syllabus effective from 2009-10.
The present course deals with macro aspects of Managerial Economics. The book explores in five modules complete syllabus in five modules.

Book Content of Introductory Managerial Economics-II
Unit – I : Introduction to Macroeconomics
  1. Macroeconomic Aggregates and Concepts
  2. Supply of Money
  3. Demand for Money
  4. Inflation
  5. Determinants of Income and Employment: The Classical Analysis – An Overview
  6. Determinants of Income and Employment: The Keynesian Analysis – An Overview
  7. Business Cycles
  8. Equilibrium in the Goods and Money Markets: IS-LM Model
    Unit – II : Policy Environment
  9. Role of State and Economic Systems
  10. Theory of Economic Policy
  11. Monetary Policy
  12. Fiscal Policy
  13. Economic Stabilisation
  14. Trade Policies: Free Trade vs. Protection
    Unit – III : International Trade
  15. International Trade: An Overview
  16. Basis of Trade: Theory of Comparative Cost Difference
  17. Factor Endowment Theory of International Trade
  18. The Balance of Payments
  19. Mechanism of International Payments
    Unit – IV : Globalisation
  20. Gains and Problems of Globalisation
  21. Role of The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank
  22. World Trade Organisation (WTO)
  23. Foreign Capital
  24. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)

About The Author

Professor D.M. Mithani has a Masters Degree in Economics and a Ph.D. in Banking and Finance from the University of Mumbai.

Dr. Mithani has teaching experience of over five decades serving in India at the University of Mumbai and the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), Mumbai, besides his long-term association with the Universiti Utara Malasiya (UUM) at Malasiya and the Prince of Songkhla University (PSU) (Hatyai) and Thaksai University (Songkhla) at Thailand. He is also Adjunct Professor at Oriental Institute of Management, Vashi, Navi Mumbai. He was an elected member of the Executive Committee of the Indian Economic Association during 1988-1994. He is also having a honoured position of being an Professor Emeritus at the L.J. Institute of Business Management.

Dr. Mithani is a prolific writer. He has contributed widely to many journals, national and international seminars and conferences. He has published over 50 books in the field of Economics and Management. His latest publications include: Beyond Rhythms of Management, Management Economics, International Economics and Global Trade and Finance.

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