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CONTENTS
Economics
Operations Strategy............................................................65
Production/Inventory Control...............................................63
Project Management...........................................................63
Advanced Microeconomics.................................................49
Project Management (Prof Ref)...........................................74
Asian Economics.................................................................49
Purchasing and Supply Chain Management....................... 68
Econometrics.......................................................................38
Quality Control/Management...............................................65
Economic Growth and Development...................................48
Quantitative Method - Text...................................................61
Economics for Business......................................................28
Service Operations Management........................................67
Economics Issues...............................................................29
Upper Level Operations Management................................62
Environmental Economics...................................................37
History of Economic Thought..............................................45
Intermediate Macroeconomics............................................31
Intermediate Microeconomics.............................................33
Business Statistics
International Economics......................................................43
Labor Economics.................................................................46
Managerial Economics........................................................35
Business Forecasting..........................................................86
Mathematical Economics....................................................40
Business Research Method................................................87
Money and Banking.............................................................42
Business Statistics - Supplements......................................85
Principles of Economics - Software.....................................15
Business Statistics - Textbook.............................................79
Principles of Economics - Supplementary...........................16
Linear Statistics/Regression................................................88
Principles of Economics - Textbooks.....................................9
Others..................................................................................89
Principles of Macroeconomics - Textbooks.........................18
Principles of Microeconomics - Textbooks...........................22
Public Finance.....................................................................47
Regional Economics............................................................49
Business Math
Survey of Economics...........................................................27
Urban Economics................................................................47
Business Math.....................................................................93
Business Math Supplements...............................................94
Operations/Decision Science
Business/Systems Dynamics..............................................53
Indexes
Data Mining.........................................................................73
Enterprise Resource Planning.............................................72
Introductory Operations Management.................................53
Author Indexes..................................................................101
Logistics & Supply Chain Management (Prof Ref).............. 74
Title Indexes........................................................................95
Management Science - Text................................................59
Operation Management Software.......................................59
Operation Management Supplement..................................58
Operation Research............................................................73
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NEW TITLES
ECONOMICS
2009 Author
ISBN-13
MHID
Essentials of Economics, 7e
Schiller
9780073375809
0073375802
27
International Economics, 6e
Appleyard
9780073375670
0073375675
43
Managerial Economics and Business Strategy, 6e
Baye
9780073375687
0073375683
35
Microeconomics
Bernheim
9780072900279
007290027X
33
Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Economi Issues, 13e
Bonello
9780073527253
0073527254
30
Labor Economics, 4e
Borjas
9780073402826
0073402826
46
Chinese Economy
Cai
9780071232067
0071232060
49
Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 2e
Cecchetti
9780073523095
0073523097
42
Economics, 7e
Colander
9780073402864
0073402869
9
Macroeconomics, 7e
Colander
9780073343662
0073343668
18
Microeconomics, 7e
Colander
9780073343655
007334365X
22
Macroeconomics, 10e
Dornbusch
9780073128115
0073128112
31
Microeconomics and Behavior, 7e
Frank
9780073375731
007337573X
34
Issues in Economics Today, 4e
Guell
9780073375700
0073375705
29
Economic Principles, 2e
Jackson
9780074717110
0074717111
13
Contemporary Labor Economics, 8e
Campbell
9780073511320
0073511323
46
Economics, 17e
McConnell
9780073126630
0073126632
10
Macroeconomics, 17e
McConnell
9780073273082
0073273082
18
Microeconomics, 17e
McConnell
9780073273099
0073273090
23
Public Finance, 8e
Rosen
9780073511283
0073511285
47
The Economy Today, 11e
Schiller
9780073511269
0073511269
11
The Macro Economy Today, 11e
Schiller
9780073287119
0073287113
19
The Micro Economy Today, 11e
Schiller
9780073287126
0073287121
24
Economics of Social Issues, 18e
Sharp
9780073402802
007340280X
30
Economics, 8e
Slavin
9780073511276
0073511277
12
Macroeconomics, 8e
Slavin
9780073281483
0073281484
20
Microeconomics, 8e
Slavin
9780073281476
0073281476
25
Mathematics for Economics
Taylor
9780077107864
0077107861
40
Managerial Economics, 9e
Thomas
9780073402819
0073402818
36
Page
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NEW TITLES
OPERATIONS/DECISION SCIENCES
2009 Author
ISBN-13
MHID
Page
Matching Supply with Demand: An Intro to Operations Management, 2e
Cachon
9780073525167
0073525162
53, 68
Operations and Supply Management, 12e
Jacobs
9780077228934
0077228936
53
Production and Operations Analysis, 6e
Nahmias
9780073377858
0073377856
62
Operations Strategy: Competiting in the 21st Century
Beckman
9780072500783
0072500786
65
Operations Now: Supply Chain Profitability & Peformance w/std DVD, 3e
Finch
9780073297057
0073297054
54
Service Management, 6e
Fitzsimmons
9780073377834
007337783X
67
Project Management: The Managerial Process, 4e
Gray
9780073525150
0073525154
63
An Introduction to Management Science, 3e
Hillier
9780073129037
0073129038
59
Factory Physics, 3e
Hopp
9780072824032
0072824034
62
Supply Chain Science
Hopp
9780073403328
0073403326
68
Operations and Supply Management: The Core
Jacob
9780073294735
007329473X
55
Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Jonsson
9780077117382
0077117387
69
Spreadsheet Modeling for Business Decisions
Kros
9780073317922
0073317926
60
Operations Management
Leseure
9780077107888
0077107888
56
Operations Management: Contemporary Concepts & Cases, 4e
Schroeder
9780073377865
0073377864
54
Designing and Managing the Supply Chain, 3e
Simchi-Levi
9780072982398
007298239X
69
Principles and Tools for Supply Chain Management w/Student CD-ROM
Webster
9780072872682
0072872683
70
2008
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BUSINESS STATISTICS
2009 Author
ISBN-13
MHID
Complete Business Statistics, 7e
Aczel
9780073373607
0073373605
79
Applied Statistics in Business and Economics w/Student CD, 2e
Doane
9780077214845
0077214846
79
Business Research Methods, 2e
Blumberg
9780077117450
007711745X
87
Essentials of Business Statistics, 2e
Bowerman
9780072977486
0072977485
79
Business Research Methods, 10e
Cooper
9780077224875
0077224876
87
Essential Statistics in Business and Economics
Doane
9780073346939
0073346934
80
Basic Statistics for Business and Economics, 6e
Lind
9780073521428
0073521426
80
Lind
9780073030265
0073030260
85
Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics, 13e
Lind
9780073272962
0073272965
81
Statistics for Business, Economics, Management & Finance
Nieuwenhuis
9780077109875
0077109872
81
2008
Author
ISBN-13
MHID
The Mathematics of Money with Student CD
Biehler
9780073524825
0073524824
93
Practical Business Math Procedures, 9e
Slater
9780077214562
0077214560
93
Page
2008
Basic Statistics Using Excel for use with Statistical Techniques in
Business and Economics, 13e
BUSINESS MATHS
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ECONOMICS
Advanced Microeconomics................................................................................ 49
Asian Economics................................................................................................ 49
Econometrics...................................................................................................... 38
Economic Growth and Development.................................................................. 48
Economics for Business..................................................................................... 28
Economics Issues.............................................................................................. 29
Environmental Economics.................................................................................. 37
History of Economic Thought............................................................................. 45
Intermediate Macroeconomics........................................................................... 31
Intermediate Microeconomics.............................................................................33
International Economics..................................................................................... 43
Labor Economics................................................................................................ 46
Managerial Economics....................................................................................... 35
Mathematical Economics................................................................................... 40
Money and Banking............................................................................................ 42
Principles of Economics - Software.....................................................................15
Principles of Economics - Supplementary...........................................................16
Principles of Economics - Textbooks.................................................................... 9
Principles of Macroeconomics - Textbooks.........................................................18
Principles of Microeconomics - Textbooks...........................................................22
Public Finance.................................................................................................... 47
Regional Economics........................................................................................... 49
Survey of Economics...........................................................................................27
Urban Economics............................................................................................... 47
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ECONOMICS
2009 Author
ISBN-13
MHID
Essentials of Economics, 7e
Schiller
9780073375809
0073375802
27
International Economics, 6e
Appleyard
9780073375670
0073375675
43
Managerial Economics and Business Strategy, 6e
Baye
9780073375687
0073375683
35
Microeconomics
Bernheim
9780072900279
007290027X
33
Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Economi Issues, 13e
Bonello
9780073527253
0073527254
30
Labor Economics, 4e
Borjas
9780073402826
0073402826
46
Chinese Economy
Cai
9780071232067
0071232060
49
Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 2e
Cecchetti
9780073523095
0073523097
42
Economics, 7e
Colander
9780073402864
0073402869
9
Macroeconomics, 7e
Colander
9780073343662
0073343668
18
Microeconomics, 7e
Colander
9780073343655
007334365X
22
Macroeconomics, 10e
Dornbusch
9780073128115
0073128112
31
Microeconomics and Behavior, 7e
Frank
9780073375731
007337573X
34
Issues in Economics Today, 4e
Guell
9780073375700
0073375705
29
Economic Principles, 2e
Jackson
9780074717110
0074717111
13
Contemporary Labor Economics, 8e
Campbell
9780073511320
0073511323
46
Economics, 17e
McConnell
9780073126630
0073126632
10
Macroeconomics, 17e
McConnell
9780073273082
0073273082
18
Microeconomics, 17e
McConnell
9780073273099
0073273090
23
Public Finance, 8e
Rosen
9780073511283
0073511285
47
The Economy Today, 11e
Schiller
9780073511269
0073511269
11
The Macro Economy Today, 11e
Schiller
9780073287119
0073287113
19
The Micro Economy Today, 11e
Schiller
9780073287126
0073287121
24
Economics of Social Issues, 18e
Sharp
9780073402802
007340280X
30
Economics, 8e
Slavin
9780073511276
0073511277
12
Macroeconomics, 8e
Slavin
9780073281483
0073281484
20
Microeconomics, 8e
Slavin
9780073281476
0073281476
25
Mathematics for Economics
Taylor
9780077107864
0077107861
40
Managerial Economics, 9e
Thomas
9780073402819
0073402818
36
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Principles of Economics
- Textbooks
Contents
NEW
ECONOMICS
7th Edition
By David C Colander, Middlebury College
2008(September2007)/924pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-340286-4/MHID:0-07-340286-9
Written in an informal colloquial style, this student-friendly Principles
of Economics textbook does not sacrifice intellectual depth in its quest
for accessibility. The author’s primary concern is to instill “economic
sensibility” in the student. Colander emphasizes the intellectual and
historical context to which the economic models are applied. The
seventh edition has been significantly revised to make it simpler,
shorter, more organized and more applicable to the real world.
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 Chapter dedicated to game theory and strategic thinking: Given
the increasing importance of game theory in economic analysis, an
introductory discussion on the topic has been moved to its own chapter (Chapter 14: Game Theory, Strategic Thinking, and Behavioral
Economics). The game theory presentation is at a principles-appropriate level, giving students a flavor of the game theory approach and
faculty an opening to go beyond what’s presented in the book.
 Approach to monetary policy coverage: Coverage of the supply and demand for loanable funds and the supply and demand for
money has been added to Chapter 27 to set up a discussion of the
yield curve in Chapter 28. Chapter 28, Monetary Policy, now focuses
on monetary policy and open market operations, reflecting the topics
that are becoming central to discussions of monetary policy.
 Revised chapter on fiscal policy and public finance: Fiscal
policy is now the sole focus of Chapter 30, providing an overview of
economists’ approach to fiscal policy from classical approach to the
modern dynamic stochastic equilibrium approach.
 Fully updated: To keep the text as relevant as possible, the facts,
figures, and end-of-chapter questions have all been updated with
the latest data and examples. Additionally, discussions have been
revised to match current interests in the profession, keeping up with
the evolution of the economy and economics.
 iPod Content: iPod content is now available for students through
the Enhanced Cartridge or as Premium Content on the Colander OLC.
(See description under Online Supplements).
I:Introduction:ThinkingLikeAnEconomist
Chapter 1: Economics and Economic Reasoning
Chapter 2: The Production Possibility Model, Trade, and Globalization.
Chapter 3: Economic institutions
Chapter 4: Supply and Demand
Chapter 5: Using Supply and Demand
II: Microeconomics
I: Microeconomics: The Basics
Chapter 6: Describing Supply and Demand: Elasticities
Chapter 7: Taxation and Government Intervention
II:FoundationsofSupplyandDemand
Chapter 8: The Logic of Individual Choice: The Foundation of Supply
and Demand
Chapter 9: Production and Cost Analysis I
Chapter 10: Production and Cost Analysis II
III:MarketStructure
Chapter 11: Perfect Competition
Chapter 12: Monopoly
Chapter 13: Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly IV: Real World
Competition
Chapter 14: Game Theory, Strategic Decisions Marking,and Behavioral Economics
Chapter 15: Real-World Competition and Technology
Chapter 16: Antitrust Policy and Regulation
V:FactorMarkets
Chapter 17: Work and the Labor Market
Chapter 17w:Non wage and Asset Income: Rents, Profits, and
Interest
Chapter 18: Who Gets What? The Distribution of Income
V:ApplyingEconomicReasoningtoPolicy
Chapter 19: Government Policy and Market Failures
Chapter 19w: Politics and Economics: The Case of Agriculture
Markets
Chapter 20: Microeconomic Policy, Economic Reasoning, and Beyond
Chapter 21: International Trade Policy, Comparative Advantage, and
Outsourcing
III: Macroeconomics
I: Macroeconomic Problems
Chapter 23: Economic Growth, Business Cycles, Unemployment,
and Inflation
Chapter 24: National Income Accounting
II: The Macroeconomic Framework
Chapter 25: Growth, Productivity, and the Wealth of Nations
Chapter 26: Aggregate Demand, Aggregate Supply, and Modern
Macroeconomics
Chapter 27: The Multiplier Model
III: Money, Inflation, and Monetary Policy
Chapter 28: Money, Banking, and the Financial Sector
Chapter 29: Monetary Policy and the Debate about Macro Policy
Chapter 30: Inflation and Its Relationship to Unemployment and
Growth
IV:MacroPolicyinPerspective
Chapter 31: Aggregate Demand Policy in Perspective
Chapter 32: Politics, Deficits,and Debt
Chapter 33: Macro Policies in Developing Countries
V:InternationalPolicyIssues
Chapter 34: International Financial Policy
Chapter 35: Macro Policy in a Global Setting
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also combined the prior edition’s separate chapters on fiscal policy
and the public debt into single chapter, “Fiscal Policy, Deficits, and
Debt” (Chapter 11). The topics are closely related, and consolidation
integrates them into a smooth flow.
NEW
International Edition
 Updated Consider This Boxes: These boxes are used to provide analogies, examples, or stories that help drive home central
economic ideas in a student-oriented, real-world manner. New
boxes include such disparate topics as fast food lines (Chapter 1),
the Fed as a sponge (Chapter 14), art for art’s sake (Chapter 28),
and many more.
ECONOMICS
17th Edition
 Updated Last Word Boxes: These applications and case studies
are located toward the end of each chapter. In this edition, we have
included photos to pique student interest. New or relocated Last Words
include those on pitfalls to sound economic reasoning (Chapter 1), the
diminishing impact of oil prices on the overall economy (Chapter 10),
and mandatory health insurance (Chapter 33), and many more.
By Campbell McConnell, University of Nebraska
and Stanley L Brue, Pacific Lutheran University
2008(October2006)/832pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-312663-0/MHID:0-07-312663-2
ISBN-13:978-0-07-126594-2/MHID:0-07-126594-5[IE]
http://www.mcconnell17.com
McConnell and Brue’s Economics: Principles, Problems, and Policies
is the leading Principles of Economics textbook because it is innovative and teaches students in a clear, unbiased way. The 17th Edition
builds upon the tradition of leadership with three main goals: help the
beginning student master the principles essential for understanding
the economizing problem, specific economic issues, and the policy
alternatives; help the student understand and apply the economic
perspective and reason accurately and objectively about economic
matters; and promote a lasting student interest in economics and
the economy.
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 New Analysis of Monetary Policy: The authors have revised
the discussion of monetary policy to help the student understand
the Fed’s focus on the federal funds rate, and how changes in that
rate affect other interest rates and the overall economy. In Chapter
14, the authors demonstrate how the Fed targets a specific federal
funds rate and then uses open-market operations to drive the rate to
that level and hold it there (see Figure 14.3). This new analysis will
help students interpret the news as it relates to Fed announcements
about federal funds rates.
 Technology Advantage: McGraw-Hill aims to help instructors
save time and acknowledge that students study differently now. It
is their goal to provide technology solutions that meet those goals.
To that end, they have developed the following core set of products
and services: homework management, rich course cartridges, Prep
Center, iPod Content, and easy to use response system content.
 Assessment-Ready Learning Objectives and Testing: Each
chapter begins with measurable learning objectives. These learning
objectives are cross-referenced to specific test bank questions to allow
construction of measurement instruments. This direct link between
objectives and content facilitates now common accreditation efforts
necessary to meet assurance of learning requirements.
 Internet Chapters: Two new Internet chapters, along with a fully
updated preexisting web chapter covering The Economics of Developing Countries (16Web), are available for free use at our website, www.
mcconnell17.com. The first of these, “Financial Economics” (Chapter
14Web), examines ideas such as compound interest, present value,
arbitrage, risk, diversification, and the risk-return relationship. The
second new chapter, “Resource and Energy Economics” (Chapter
27Web) is particularly timely. It covers topics such as the optimal
rate of extraction, resource substitution, resource sustainability, and
oil prices.
 Consolidated Chapters: With overwhelming support of reviewers,
the authors have consolidated the first two chapters of the prior edition into a single chapter, “Limits, Alternatives, and Choices” (Chapter
1). This new chapter quickly and directly moves the student into the
subject matter of economics, demonstrating its methodology. We
 Updated Last Word Boxes: These applications and case studies
are located toward the end of each chapter. In this edition, we have
included photos to pique student interest. New or relocated Last Words
include those on pitfalls to sound economic reasoning (Chapter 1), the
diminishing impact of oil prices on the overall economy (Chapter 10),
and mandatory health insurance (Chapter 33), and many more.
 Contemporary Discussions and Examples: The seventeenth edition references and discusses many current topics: the economics of
the war in Iraq, China’s rapid growth rate, large Federal budget deficits, recent Fed monetary policy, the debate over inflation targeting,
the productivity acceleration, the recent profit paths of Wal-Mart and
General Motors, rising oil prices, Health Savings Accounts (HSAs),
immigration impacts, large U.S. trade deficits, off shoring of American
jobs, and many more.
Contents
PART ONE: AN INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS and THE
ECONOMY
To the Student
1 Limits, Alternatives, and Choices (Appendix: Graphs and Their
Meaning)
2 The Market System and the Circular Flow
3 Demand, Supply, and Market Equilibrium
4 The U.S. Economy: Private and Public Sectors
5 The United States in the Global Economy
PART TWO: MACROECONOMIC MEASUREMENT and BASIC
CONCEPTS
6 Measuring Domestic Output and National Income
7 Introduction to Economic Growth and Instability
8 Basic Macroeconomic Relationships
PARTTHREE:MACROECONOMICMODELSandFISCALPOLICY
9 The Aggregate Expenditures Model
10 Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply (Appendix: The
Relationship of the Aggregate Demand Curve to the Aggregate
Expenditures Model)
11 Fiscal Policy, Deficits, and Debt
PARTFOUR:MONEY,BANKING,andMONETARYPOLICY
12 Money and Banking
13 Money Creation 14 Interest Rates and Monetary Policy
14W Financial Economics
PARTFIVE:LONG-RUNPERSPECTIVESandMACROECONOMIC
DEBATES
15 Extending the Analysis of Aggregate Supply
16 Economic Growth 16W The Economics of Developing Countries
17 Disputes over Macro Theory and Policy
PARTSIX:MICROECONOMICSOFPRODUCTMARKETS
18 Extensions of Demand and Supply Analysis
19 Consumer Behavior and Utility Maximization
20 The Costs of Production
21 Pure Competition (Appendix: Consumer Surplus, Producer Surplus, and Efficiency)
22 Pure Monopoly (Appendix: The Deadweight Loss of Monopoly)
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23 Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
24 Technology, R&D, and Efficiency
PARTSEVEN:MICROECONOMICSofRESOURCEMARKETS
25 The Demand for Resources
26 Wage Determination
27 Rent, Interest, and Profit
27W Resource and Energy Economics
PARTEIGHT:MICROECONMICSofGOVERMENT
28 Government and Market Failure
29 Public Choice Theory and the Economics of Taxation
PARTNINE:MICROECONOMICISSUESandPOLICIES
30 Antitrust Policy and Regulation
31 Agriculture: Economics and Policy
32 Income Inequality and Poverty
33 The Economics of Health Care
34 Labor Market Institutions and Issues: Unionism, Discrimination,
Immigration
PART TEN: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS and the WORLD
ECONOMY
35 International Trade
36 Exchange Rates, the Balance of Payments, and Trade Deficits
NEW
THE ECONOMY TODAY
11th Edition
By Bradley R Schiller, American University
2008(September2007)/896pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-351126-9/MHID:0-07-351126-9
http://www.mhhe.com/schiller11e
Brad Schiller’s text, The Economy Today, 11e, is noted for three great
strengths: readability, policy orientation, and pedagogy. His accessible
writing style engages students and brings some of the excitement
of domestic and global economic news into the classroom. Schiller
emphasizes how policymakers must choose between government
intervention and market reliance to resolve the core issues of what,
how, and for whom to produce. This strategic choice is highlighted
throughout the full range of micro, macro, and international issues.
Every chapter ends with a policy issue that emphasizes the markets
vs. government dilemma. And Schiller packs his chapters with the
facts of economic life—real stories and applications. This is a book
that teaches economics in a relevant context with careful pedagogy.
It is also the only principles text that presents all macro theory in the
single consistent context of the AS/AD framework. Schiller, 11e is for
students motivated by real-world policy issues who want to become
economically literate. This is a book students actually READ. Schiller
is also known for its cutting-edge and current coverage of today’s
issues.
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
New Chapter on Global Poverty
Brad Schiller is a leading authority in Global Poverty and introduces it
to the principles course with this new chapter. An array of global data,
theory and policy combine to make an engaging and eye-opening
study of this world-wide issue.

Chapter-Level Learning Objectives
Core learning objectives have been added to the first page of each
chapter. After reading a given chapter, students should have mastered
these core concepts. Questions in Test Banks I and II are tagged according to these learning objectives, as are other ancillary materials
such as the PowerPoint slides in the class presentation materials and
the Student Study Guide.
Contents
Preface
Part1TheEconomicChallenge
Chapter 1 Economics: The Core Issues
Appendix: using Graphs
Chapter 2 The U.S. Economy: A Global View
Chapter 3 Supply and Demand
Chapter 4 The Public Sector
Part2MeasuringMacroOutcomes
Chapter 5 National-Income Accounting
Chapter 6 Unemployment
Chapter 7 Inflation
Part3CyclicalInstability
Chapter 8 The Business Cycle
Chapter 9 Aggregate Demand
Appendix: The Keynesian Cross
Chapter 10 Self-Adjustment or Instability?
Part4FiscalPolicyLevers
Chapter 11 Fiscal Policy
Chapter 12 Deficits, Surpluses, and Debt
Part5MonetaryPolicyOptions
Chapter 13 Money and Banks
Chapter 14 The Federal Reserve System
Chapter 15 Monetary Policy
Part6Supply-SideOptions
Chapter 16 Supply-Side Policy: Short-run Options
Chapter 17 Growth and Productivity: Long-run Possibilities
Part7PolicyConstraints
Chapter 18 Global Macro
Chapter 19 Theory versus Reality
Part8ProductMarkets:TheBasics
Chapter 20 Consumer Demand
Appendix: Indifference Curves
Chapter 21 The Costs of Production
Part9MarketStructure
Chapter 22 The Competitive Firm
Chapter 23 Competitive Markets
Chapter 24 Monopoly
Chapter 25 Oligopoly
Chapter 26 Monopolistic Competition
Part10RegulatoryIssues
Chapter 27 (De)Regulation of Business
Chapter 28 Environmental Protection
Chapter 29 The Farm Problem
Part11FactorMarkets:BasicTheory
Chapter 30 The Labor Market
Chapter 31 Labor Unions
Chapter 32 Financial Markets
Part12DistributionalIssues
Chapter 33 Taxes: Equity versus Efficiency
Chapter 34 Transfer Payments: Welfare and Social Security
Part13InternationalEconomics
Chapter 35 International trade
Chapter 36 International Finance
Chapter 37 Global Poverty
Glossary
Index
Reference Tables
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29 Rent, interest, and profit.
30 Income distribution and poverty.
31 International trade.
32 International finance.
NEW
International Edition
ECONOMICS
8th Edition
THE ORIGIN OF WEALTH
By Stephen Slavin, Union College
By Eric Beinhocker
2007(September2007)/540pages
ISBN-13:978-1-42-212103-0/MHID:1-422-12103-8
A Harvard Professional Reference Title
2008(August2006)/832pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-351127-6/MHID:0-07-351127-7
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Steve Slavin’s lively and comprehensive Economics has a studentfriendly, step-by-step approach; value pricing; and a built-in Workbook/Study Guide. Instructors and students like the author’s humorous
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 A Chapter Issues section at the end of each chapter gives
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chapter. Issues discussed include “The Internet Effect: A more perfect
knowledge and lower prices,” in Chapter 21 and “Will Social Security
be there for you?” in Chapter 30.
What is wealth? How is it created? And how can we create more of
it for the benefit of individuals, businesses, and societies? In The
Origin of Wealth, Eric Beinhocker provides provocative new answers
to these fundamental questions. Beinhocker surveys the cutting-edge
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will rewire our thinking about the workings of the global economy
and where it is going.
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Contents
1 A brief economic history of the united states.
2 Resource utilization.
3 Supply and demand.
4 The mixed economy.
5 The household-consumption sector.
6 The business-investment sector.
7 The government sector.
8 The export-import sector.
9 Gross domestic product.
10 Economic fluctuations, unemployment, and inflation.
11 Classical and keynesian economics.
12 Fiscal policy and the national debt.
13 Money and banking.
14 The federal reserve and monetary policy.
15 A century of economic theory.
16 Economic growth and productivity.
17 Demand, supply, and equilibrium.
18 The elasticities of demand and supply.
19 The theory of consumer behavior.
20 Cost.
21 Profit, loss, and perfect competition.
22 Monopoly.
23 Monopolistic competition.
24 Oligopoly.
25 Corporate mergers and antitrust.
26 Demand in the factor market.
27 Labor unions.
28 Labor markets and wage rates.
International Edition
ESSENTIALS OF ECONOMICS
By Stanley L Brue, Pacific Lutheran University and Campbell R
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2007(November2005)/480pages
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Building on the tremendous success of their best-selling Principles
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Contents
PartOne:Introduction
Chapter 1: Limits, Alternatives, and Choices
Chapter 2: The Market System and the Circular Flow
PartTwo:Price,Quantity,andEfficiency
Chapter 3: Demand, Supply, and Market Equilibrium
Chapter 4: Elasticity of Demand and Supply
Chapter 5: Market Failure: A Role for Government
PartThree:ProductMarkets
Chapter 6: Businesses and Their Costs
Chapter 7: Pure Competition
Chapter 8: Pure Monopoly
Chapter 9: Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
Chapter 10: Wage Determination
Chapter 11: Income Inequality and Poverty
Part Four: Macroeconomic Measurement, Models, and Fiscal
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12. Externalities and Property Rights.
13. The Economics of Information.
Part4EconomicsofPublicPolicy.
14. Labor Markets, Poverty, and Income Distribution.
15. The Environment, Health, and Safety.
16. Public Goods and Tax Policy.
Part5Macroeconomics:IssuesandData.
17. Macroeconomics: The Bird’s-Eye View of the Economy .
18. Measuring Economic Activity: GDP and Unemployment.
19. Measuring the Price Level and Inflation.
Part6TheEconomyintheLongRun.
20. Economic Growth, Productivity, and Living Standards.
21. Workers, Wages, and Unemployment in the Modern Economy.
22. Saving and Capital Formation.
23. Money and the Federal Reserve.
24. Financial Markets and International Capital Flow.
Part7TheEconomyintheShortRun.
25. Short-term Economic Fluctuations: An Introduction.
26. Spending Output in the Short Run.
27. Stabilizing the Economy: The Role of the Fed.
28. Inflation, Aggregate Supply, and Aggregate Demand.
29. The Practice and Pitfalls of Macroeconomic Policy.
Part8TheInternationalEconomy.
30. Exchange Rates and the Open Economy
Policy
Chapter 12: Introduction to GDP, Growth, and Instability
Chapter 13: Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Chapter 14: Fiscal Policy, Deficits, and Debt
PartFive:Money,Banking,andMonetaryPolicy
Chapter 15: Money and Banking
Chapter 16: Monetary Policy
PartSix:EconomicGrowthandInternationalEconomics
Chapter 17: Economic Growth
Chapter 18: International Trade
Glossary
International Edition
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS
3rd Edition
By Robert H. Frank, Cornell University-Ithaca and Ben Bernanke, Princeton University
2007(December2005)/896pages
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In recent years, innovative texts in mathematics, science, foreign languages, and other fields have achieved dramatic pedagogical gains by
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lip service to this new approach, Frank/Bernanke is by far the best
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excessive reliance on formal mathematical derivations, it presents
concepts intuitively through examples drawn from familiar contexts.
The authors introduce a well-articulated short list of core principles
and reinforcing them by illustrating and applying each in numerous
contexts. Students are periodically asked to apply these principles to
answer related questions and exercises. The text also encourages
students to become “Economic Naturalists,” people who employ basic
economic principles to understand and explain what they observe in
the world around them. An economic naturalist understands, for example, that infant safety seats are required in cars but not in airplanes
because the marginal cost of space to accommodate these seats is
typically zero in cars but often hundreds of dollars in airplanes. Such
examples engage student interest while teaching them to see each
feature of their economic landscape as the reflection of an implicit or
explicit cost-benefit calculation.
Contents
Part1Introduction.
1. Thinking Like an Economist.
2. Comparative Advantage: The Basis for Exchange.
3. Supply and Demand: An Introduction.
Part2CompetitionandtheInvisibleHand.
4. Elasticity.
5. Demand: The Benefit Side of the Market.
6. Perfectly Competitive Supply: The Cost Side of the Market.
7. Efficiency and Exchange.
8. The Quest for Profit and the Invisible Hand.
9. International Trade.
Part3MarketImperfections.
10. Monopoly and Other Forms of Imperfect Competition.
11. Thinking Strategically: A Further Look at Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly.
ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES
2nd Edition
By John Jackson, Ron McIver, University of South
Australia and Chris Bajada, University of Technology Sydney
2007(April2007)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-471711-0/MHID:0-07-471711-1
McGraw-Hill Australia Title
Now in its second edition, lead author Chris Bajada, University of Technology Sydney, takes an exciting new approach to teaching business
students the key concepts of economics. Economic Principles 2e is
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and focus of topics. Economic Principles 2e is written in a straightforward and accessible style, giving students a clear understanding
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ModernApproach: Completely restructured, Economic Principles
2e provides flexibility in teaching. Fundamental microeconomic and
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Six extension chapters offer the opportunity to alter focus and level
of difficulty according to subject requirements.
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Protection (Extension Chapter 2), Pricing of Economic Resources
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Contents
Part 1: Introduction
Ch 1, The General Principles of Economics Appendix to Ch 1, Graphs
and their meaning
Part 2: Core Chapters--Microeconomics
Ch 2, Demand and Supply
Ch 3, Market Behaviour--Elasticity, Tax and Price Controls
Ch 4, The Costs of Production
Ch 5, Pure Competition and Monopoly
Ch 6, Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
Ch 7, Market Failure and Resource Allocation
Part 3: Core Chapters--Macroeconomics
Ch 8, The Macro Environment and its Measurement
Ch 9, Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Ch 10, Fiscal Policy and Public Debt
Ch 11, Monetary Policy and the Financial System
Ch 12, Economic Resources and the Labour Market
Ch 13, The International Monetary System
Part 4: Extension Chapters
Ch E1, The Theory of Consumer Behaviour
Ch E2, International Trade and Protection
Ch E3, The Pricing of Economic Resources
Ch E4, The Aggregate Expenditure Model and the Multiplier
Ch E5, The Economics of Growth
Ch E6, The Development of Macroeconomic Debates
Glossary
Index
The Economics of Information.
PART 4: Government in the Economy: Distribution, Regulation
and the Provision of Public Goods.
13 Labour Markets, Income Distribution, Wealth and Poverty.
14 Government in the Market Economy: Regulation and Production
of Public Goods and Other Services.
PART 5: Trade and Integration.
16 Trade, Factor Flows and Economic Integration: The Basic Economics of the European Union.
PART 6: Macroeconomics: Issues and Data.
17 Macroeconomics: The Bird’s-Eye View of the Economy.
18 Measuring Economic Activity: GDP and Unemployment.
19 Measuring the Price Level and Inflation.
PART 7: The Economy in the Long Run.
20 Economic Growth, Productivity, and Living Standards.
21 Workers, Wages, and Unemployment in the Modern Economy.
22 Saving and Capital Formation.
23 Money, Prices, and the European Central Bank.
24 Financial Markets and International Capital Flows.
PART 8: The Economy in the Short Run.
25 Short-Term Economic Fluctuations. Appendix: The Multiplier in
the Basic Keynesian Model.
26 Stabilising the Economy: The Role of Fiscal Policy.
27 Stabilizing the Economy: The Role of Monetary Policy. Appendix:
Monetary Policy in the Basic Keynesian Model.
28 Inflation and Aggregate Supply. Appendix: The Algebra of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply.
PART 9: The International Economy.
29 Exchange Rates and the Open Economy.
30 Monetary Union: The Theory of Optimum Currency Areas
UK Adaptation
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS
ECONOMICS
8th Edition
By Robert Frank, Cornell University, Moore McDowell and Rodney Thom
of University College Dublin and Ben Bernanke, Princeton University
2006 (March 2006) / 912 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0-07-710831-1 / MHID: 0-07-710831-0
McGraw-Hill UK Title
Principles of Economics, European Edition, develops the well regarded US textbook by Frank and Bernanke to reflect the issues
and context of economics in Europe. The book presents concepts
intuitively through examples drawn from familiar contexts. It relies
throughout on a well articulated shortlist of 12 core principles which
are reinforced by real-world examples. Review questions, exercises
and problems encourage students to apply these principles in a
variety of contexts. The text encourages students to become “economic naturalists”, people who employ basic economic principles to
understand and explain what they observe in the world around them.
The “economic naturalist” approach helps students develop concepts
and illustrates their applications in a real world setting.
CONTENTS
Preface.
PART 1: Introduction.
1 Thinking Like an Economist. Appendix A: Working with Equations,
Graphs and Tables.
Appendix B: Elements of Calculus for use in Economics.
2 Comparative Advantage: The Basis for Exchange.
3 Supply and Demand: An Introduction.
PART 2: Competition and the Invisible Hand.
4 Elasticity.
5 Demand: The Benefit Side of the Market.
6 Perfectly Competitive Supply: The Cost Side of the Market. Appendix: Supply.
7 Efficiency and Exchange.
8 The Quest for Profit and the Invisible Hand.
PART 3: Market Imperfections.
9 Imperfect Competition and Consequences of Market Power.
10 Thinking Strategically: Competition among the Few.
11 Externalities and Property Rights: External Costs and Benefits. 12
By David Begg, Birkbeck College, London, Stanley Fischer, International
Monetary Fund and Rudiger Dornbusch of Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
2005 / 560 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0-07-710775-8 / MHID: 0-07-710775-6
McGraw-Hill UK Title
www.mcgraw-hill/textbooks/begg
CONTENTS
Part One: Introduction
1. Economics and the economy
2. Tools of economic analysis
3. Demand, supply, and the market
4. Elasticities of demand and supply
Part Two: Microeconomics
5. Consumer choice and demand decisions
6. Introducing supply decisions
7. Costs and supply
8. Perfect competition and pure monopoly
9. Market structure and imperfect competition
10. The labour market
11. Different types of labour
12. Factor markets and income distribution
13. Risk and information
14. The information economy
Part Three: Welfare Economics
15. Welfare economics
16. Government spending and revenue
17. Industrial policy and competition policy
18. Natural monopoly: public or private?
Part Four: Macroeconomics
19: Intro to macroeconomics
20: Output and aggregate demand
21: Fiscal policy and foreign trade
22. Money and Banking
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23. Interest rates and monetary transmission
24. Monetary and fiscal policy
25. Aggregate supply, prices and the adjustment to shocks
26. Inflation, expectations, and credibility
27. Unemployment
28. Exchange rates and the balance of payments
29: Open economy macroeconomics
30. Economic Growth
31. Business cycles
32. Macroeconomics: taking stock
PartFive:TheWorldEconomy
33: International trade
34: Exchange rate regimes
35: European integration
36: Less developed countries
28 The Challenge of Economic Development
29 Exchange Rates and the International Financial System
30 Open-Economy Macroeconomics
PartSeven:Unemployment,Inflation,andEconomicPolicy
31 Unemployment and the Foundations of Aggregate Supply
32 Ensuring Price Stability
33 The Warring Schools of Macroeconomics
34 Policies for Growth and Stability
Principles of Economics
- Software
International Edition
International Edition
ECONOMICS
18th Edition
THE POWER OF MACROECONOMICS
CD-ROM
By Paul A Samuelson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and William
D Nordhaus, Yale University
2005/832pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-287205-7/MHID:0-07-287205-5
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By Peter Navarro, University of California - Irvine
2000
ISBN-13:978-0-07-238087-3/MHID:0-07-238087-X
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Contents
www. powerofeconomic.com
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1 The Fundamentals of Economics Appendix 1 How to Read Graphs
2 Markets and Government in a Modern Economy
3 Basic Elements of Supply and Demand
Part Two: Microeconomics: Supply, Demand, and Product
Markets
4 Applications of Supply and Demand
5 Demand and Consumer Behavior Appendix 5 Geometrical Analysis
of Consumer Equilibrium
6 Production and Business Organization
7 Analysis of Costs Appendix 7 Production, Cost Theory, and Decision of the Firm
8 Analysis of Perfectly Competitive Markets
9 Competition and Its Polar Case of Monopoly
10 Oligopoly and Monopolistic Competition
11 Uncertainty and Game Theory
PartThree:FactorMarkets:Labor,Land,andCapital
12 How Markets Determine Incomes
13 The Labor Market
14 Land and Capital Appendix 14 Markets and Economic Efficiency
PartFour:AppliedMicroeconomics:InternationalTrade,Government,andtheEnvironment
15 Comparative Advantage and Protectionism
16 Government Taxation and Expenditure
17 Promoting More Efficient Markets
18 Protecting the Environment
19 Efficiency vs. Equality: The Big Tradeoff
Part Five: Macroeconomics: Economic Growth and Business
Cycles
20 Overview of Macroeconomics Appendix 20 Macroeconomic Data
21 Measuring Economic Activity
22 Consumption and Investment
23 Business Fluctuations and the Theory of Aggregate Demand
24 The Multiplier Model
25 Money, Banking, and Financial Markets
26 Central Banking and Monetary Policy
PartSix:EconomicGrowthandMacroeconomicPolicy
27 The Process of Economic Growth
Contents
INVITATION TO PUBLISH
Lecture 1. An Overview of Modern Macroeconomics
Lecture 2. The Aggregate Supply - Aggregate Demand Model and
the Classic-Keynesian Debate
Lecture 3. The Keynesian Model and Fiscal Policy
Lecture 4. The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Lecture 5. Unemployment, Inflation, and Stagflation
Lecture 6. The Warring Schools of Macroeconomics
Lecture 7. Economic Growth and Productivity
Lecture 8. Budget Deficits and the Public Debt
Lecture 9. International Trade and Protectionism
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International Edition
THE POWER OF MICROECONOMICS
CD-ROM
By Peter Navarro, University of California - Irvine
2000
ISBN-13:978-0-07-228314-3/MHID:0-07-228314-9
(OutofPrint)
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Contents
1. An Introduction to Macroeconomics
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3. Demand and Consumer Behavior
4. Supply and Production Theory
5. Perfect Competition
6. Monopoly and Monopolistic Competition
7. Oligopoly and Strategic Behavior
8. Land and Rent
9. The Labor Market and Wage Determination
10. The Capital Market, Interest, and Profit
11. Income and Wealth, Poverty and Discrimination
12. Public Goods and Externalities
13. Government Taxation and Expenditures and Public Choice Theory
14. International Trade and Protectionism
Principles of Economics
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SCHAUM’S OUTLINE OF EASY OUTLINE OF
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS
SCHAUM’S OUTLINE OF
MACROECONOMICS
3rd Edition
By Dominick Salvatore, Fordham University in New York and
Eugene Diulio
2003/144pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-139873-2/MHID:0-07-139873-2
By Eugene Diulio
1999/333pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-017053-7/MHID:0-07-017053-3
A Schaum’s Publication
A Schaum’s Publication
Contents
Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to Economics
Chapter 2: Demand, Supply, and Equilibrium
Chapter 3: Unemployment, Inflation, and National Income
Chapter 4: Consumption, Investment, Net Exports, and Government
Expenditures
Chapter 5: Traditional Keynesian Approach to Equilibrium Output
Chapter 6: Fiscal Policy
Chapter 7: Money, Banking, and the Federal Reserve
Chapter 8: Monetary Policy
Chapter 9: Economic Growth and Productivity
Chapter 10: International Trade and Finance
Chapter 11: Theory of Consumer Demand and Utility
Chapter 12: Production Costs
Chapter 13: Perfect Competition
Chapter 14: Monopoly
Chapter 15: Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
Chapter 16: Demand for Economic Resources
Chapter 17: Pricing of Wages, Rent, Interest, and Profits
Index
1. Introduction to Macroeconomic Analysis.
2. Measures of Output, Prices, and Employment.
3. Output in the Short and Long Run.
4. Models of Spending Equilibrium.
5. The IS-LM Framework.
6. Monetary and Fiscal Policy in a Closed Economy.
7. Monetary and Fiscal Policy in an Open Economy.
8. Schedules of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply.
9. Aggregate Supply and Aggregate Demand Analysis.
10. Aggregate Supply, Aggregate Demand, and Inflation.
11. Economic Growth.
12. The Supply of and Demand for Money.
13. Consumption.
14. Theories of Investment.
SCHAUM’S OUTLINE OF PRINCIPLES OF
ECONOMICS
2nd Edition
By Dominick Salvatore and Eugene A. Diulio
1996/368pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-054629-5/MHID:0-07-054629-0
International Edition
EXPERIMENTS WITH ECONOMIC
PRINCIPLES
Microeconomics, 2nd Edition
A Schaum’s Publication
Contents
1. Introduction to Economics.
2. The Economic Problem.
3. Demand, Supply, and Equilibrium.
4. Introduction to Macroeconomics.
5. Unemployment, Inflation, and National Income.
6. Consumption, Investment, and Net Exports.
7. Keynesian Approach to Equilibrium Output.
8. Fiscal Policy.
9. Money and Banking.
10. The Federal Reserve and the Money Supply.
11. Monetary and Fiscal Policy.
12. Inflation, Unemployment, Deficits, and Debt.
13. Economic Growth and Productivity.
14. Demand, Supply and Elasticity.
15. The Theory of Consumer Demand and Utility.
16. Costs of Production.
17. Price and Output.
18. Perfect Competition.
19. Price and Output: Monopoly.
20. Price and Output: Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly.
21. Production and the Demand for Economic Resources.
22. Wage Determination.
23. Rent, Interest, and Profits.
By Theodore C. Bergstrom, University of California-Santa Barbara and
John H Miller, Carnegie Mellon University
2000/448pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-229518-4/MHID:0-07-229518-X
ISBN-13:978-0-07-116172-5/MHID:0-07-116172-4[IE]
www.econ.ucsb.edu/~tedh/eep/eep.html
ICompetitiveMarkets
1. Supply and Demand
2. Shifting Supply and Demand
IIMarketInterventionandPublicPolicy
3. A Sales Tax
4. Prohibition
5. A Minimum Wage
III.ImperfectMarkets
6. Externalities
7. Monopolies and Cartels
IVFirmsandTechnology
8. Entry and Exit
9. Network Externalities
10. Entry and Exit
11. Measuring Productivity
12. Comparative Advantage
VInformation,Auctions,andBargaining
13. Adverse selection
14. Auctions
15. Fundamental Concepts
VIEssentialEconomicConcepts
Contents
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Principles of
Macroeconomics
- Textbooks
Chapter 8: Growth, Productivity, and the Wealth of Nations
Chapter 9: The Aggregate Demand/Aggregate Supply Model
Chapter 10: The Multiplier Model
III:Money,Inflation,andMonetaryPolicy
Chapter 11: The Financial Sector and the Demand for Money
Chapter 12: Monetary Policy
Chapter 13: Inflation and the Phillips Curve
IV:Taxes,Budgets,andFiscalPolicy
Chapter 14: Fiscal Policy and Public Finance
Chapter 15: Politics, Deficits, and Debt
Chapter 16: International Trade Policy, Comparative Advantage, and
Outsourcing
Chapter 17: International Policy Issues
Chapter 18: Macro Policy in a Global Setting
Chapter 19: Macro Policies in Developing Countries
NEW
MACROECONOMICS
7th Edition
By David C Colander, Middlebury College
NEW
2008(October2007)/576pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-334366-2/MHID:0-07-334366-8
Written in an informal colloquial style, this student-friendly Principles
of Macroeconomics textbook does not sacrifice intellectual depth in its
quest for accessibility. The author’s primary concern is to instill “economic sensibility” in the student. Colander emphasizes the intellectual
and historical context to which the economic models are applied. The
seventh edition has been significantly revised to make it simpler,
shorter, more organized and more applicable to the real world.
MACROECONOMICS
17th Edition
By Campbell R McConnell, University of Nebraska,
Emeritus and Stanley L Brue, Pacific Lutheran
University
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 Approach to monetary policy coverage: Coverage of the supply and demand for loanable funds and the supply and demand for
money has been added to Chapter 11 to set up a discussion of the
yield curve in Chapter 12. Chapter 12, Monetary Policy, now focuses
on monetary policy and open market operations, reflecting the topics
that are becoming central to discussions of monetary policy.
 Revised chapter on fiscal policy and public finance: Fiscal
policy is now the sole focus of Chapter 14, providing an overview of
economists’s approach to fiscal policy from classical approach to the
modern dynamic stochastic equilibrium approach.
 Fully updated: To keep the text as relevant as possible, the facts,
figures, and end-of-chapter questions have all been updated with
the latest data and examples. Additionally, discussions have been
revised to match current interests in the profession, keeping up with
the evolution of the economy and economics.
 iPod Content. iPod content is now available for students through
the Enhanced Cartridge or as Premium Content on the Colander
OLC.
Contents
I:Introduction:ThinkinglikeanEconomist
Chapter 1: Economics and Economic Reasoning
Chapter 2: The Production Possibility Model, Trade, and Globalization.
Appendix A: Graphish: The Language of Graphs
Chapter 3: Economic institutions
Appendix A: The History of Economic Systems
Chapter 4: Supply and Demand
Chapter 5: Using Supply and Demand
I: Macroeconomics Problems
Chapter 6: Economic Growth, Business Cycles, Unemployment,
and Inflation
Chapter 7: Measuring the Aggregate Economy
II:TheMacroeconomicFramework
2008(October2006)/560pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-327308-2/MHID:0-07-327308-2
http://www.mcconnell17.com
McConnell and Brue’s Macroeconomics: Principles, Problems, and
Policies is the leading Principles of Macroeconomics textbook because it is innovative and teaches students in a clear, unbiased way.
The 17th Edition builds upon the tradition of leadership by sticking
to 3 main goals: help the beginning student master the principles essential for understanding the economizing problem, specific economic
issues, and the policy alternatives; help the student understand and
apply the economic perspective and reason accurately and objectively
about economic matters; and promote a lasting student interest in
economics and the economy.
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 New Analysis of Monetary Policy: The authors have revised
the discussion of monetary policy to help the student understand
the Fed’s focus on the federal funds rate, and how changes in that
rate affect other interest rates and the overall economy. In Chapter
14, the authors demonstrate how the Fed targets a specific federal
funds rate and then uses open-market operations to drive the rate to
that level and hold it there (see Figure 14.3). This new analysis will
help students interpret the news as it relates to Fed announcements
about federal funds rates.
 Technology Advantage: McGraw-Hill aims to help instructors
save time AND acknowledge that students study differently now. It
is their goal to provide technology solutions that meet those goals.
To that end, they have developed the following core set of products
and services; Homework management, rich course cartridges, PrepCenter, iPod Content, and easy to use response system content,
all described in detail below.
 Assessment-Ready Learning Objectives and Testing: Each
chapter begins with measurable learning objectives. These learning
objectives are cross-referenced to specific test bank questions to allow
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construction of measurement instruments. This direct link between
objectives and content facilitates now common accreditation efforts
necessary to meet assurance of learning requirements.
 New Internet Chapter: A new internet chapter covering “financial economics”, along with a fully updated preexisting web chapter
covering The Economics of Developing Countries (16Web), is available for free use at our website, www.mcconnell17.com. “Financial
Economics” (Chapter 14Web), examines ideas such as compound
interest, present value, arbitrage, risk, diversification, and the riskreturn relationship.
 Consolidated Chapters: With overwhelming support of reviewers,
the authors have consolidated the first two chapters of the prior edition into a single chapter, “Limits, Alternatives, and Choices” (Chapter
1). This new chapter quickly and directly moves the student into the
subject matter of economics, demonstrating its methodology. We
also combined the prior edition’s separate chapters on fiscal policy
and the public debt into single chapter, “Fiscal Policy, Deficits, and
Debt” (Chapter 11). The topics are closely related, and consolidation
integrates them into a smooth flow.
PART FOUR: MONEY, BANKING, and MONETARY POLICY
12 Money and Banking
13 Money Creation
14 Interest Rates and Monetary Policy
14W Financial Economics PART FIVE: LONG-RUN PERSPECTIVES
and MACROECONOMIC DEBATES
15 Extending the Analysis of Aggregate Supply
16 Economic Growth
16W The Economics of Developing Countries
17 Disputes over Macro Theory and Policy
PART SEVEN: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS and the WORLD
ECONOMY
18 International Trade
19 Exchange Rates, the Balance of Payments, and Trade Deficits
NEW
 Updated Consider This Boxes: These boxes are used to provide
analogies, examples, or stories that help drive home central economic
ideas in a student-oriented, real-world manner. New boxes include
such disparate topics as fast food lines (Chapter 1), high European
unemployment rates (Chapter 7), and the Fed as a sponge (Chapter
14).
THE MACRO ECONOMY
TODAY
11th Edition
 Updated Last Word Boxes: These applications and case studies
are located toward the end of each chapter. In this edition, we have
included photos to pique student interest. New or relocated Last Words
include those on pitfalls to sound economic reasoning (Chapter 1),
the diminishing impact of oil prices on the overall economy (Chapter
10), and an anecdote on supply side economics (Chapter 15), and
many more
 New Web Button: We continue to integrate the book and our website with in-text web buttons that direct readers to website content. The
authors have added a new web button consisting of a set of worked
problems. Written by Norris Peterson of Pacific Lutheran University,
these pieces consist of side-by-side computational questions and the
computational procedures used to derive the answers.
 Contemporary Discussions and Examples: The seventeenth
edition references and discusses many current topics. Examples:
the economics of the war in Iraq, China’s rapid growth rate, large
Federal budget deficits, recent Fed monetary policy, the debate over
inflation targeting, the productivity acceleration, rising oil prices, immigration impacts, large U.S. trade deficits, offshoring of American
jobs, and many more.
Contents
PART ONE: AN INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS and THE
ECONOMY
TotheStudent
1 Limits, Alternatives, and Choices (Appendix: Graphs and Their
Meaning)
2 The Market System and the Circular Flow
3 Demand, Supply, and Market Equilibrium
4 The U.S. Economy: Private and Public Sectors
5 The United States in the Global Economy
PART TWO: MACROECONOMIC MEASUREMENT and BASIC
CONCEPTS
6 Measuring Domestic Output and National Income
7 Introduction to Economic Growth and Instability
8 Basic Macroeconomic Relationships
PART THREE: MACROECONOMIC MODELS and FISCAL POLICY
9 The Aggregate Expenditures Model
10 Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply (Appendix: The Relationship of the Aggregate Demand Curve to the Aggregate Expenditures Model)
11 Fiscal Policy, Deficits, and Debt
By Bradley R Schiller, American University
2008(October2007)/544pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-328711-9/MHID:0-07-328711-3
http://www.mhhe.com/schiller11e
Brad Schiller’s text, The Macro Economy Today, 11e, is noted for
three great strengths: readability, policy orientation, and pedagogy.
His accessible writing style engages students and brings some of the
excitement of domestic and global economic news into the classroom.
Schiller emphasizes how policymakers must choose between government intervention and market reliance to resolve the core issues of
what, how, and for whom to produce. This strategic choice is highlighted throughout the full range of micro, macro, and international
issues. Every chapter ends with a policy issue that emphasizes the
markets vs. government dilemma. And Schiller packs his chapters
with the facts of economic life—real stories and applications. This
is a book that teaches economics in a relevant context with careful
pedagogy. It is also the only principles text that presents all macro
theory in the single consistent context of the AS/AD framework.
Schiller, 11e is for students motivated by real-world policy issues
who want to become economically literate. This is a book students
actually READ. Schiller is also known for its cutting-edge and current
coverage of today’s issues.
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
NewChapteronGlobalPoverty
Brad Schiller is a leading authority in Global Poverty and introduces
it to the principles course with this new chapter. An array of global
data, theory and policy combine to make an engaging and eye-opening study of this world-wide issue.

Chapter-LevelLearningObjectives
Core learning objectives have been added to the first page of each
chapter. After reading a given chapter, students should have mastered
these core concepts. Questions in Test Banks I and II are tagged according to these learning objectives, as are other ancillary materials
such as the PowerPoint slides in the class presentation materials and
the Student Study Guide.
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
MoreExplicitPolicyOrientation
Schiller tightens the link between theory and policy by repeatedly referring to the policy sequence of goal-setting, strategy development, and
tactical choices--all rooted in macro theory, increasing understanding
and more clearly defining policy methods for the principles student.

NEW
iPodContent
iPod content is now available for students through the Enhanced
Cartridge or as Premium Content on the Schiller OLC. (See description under Online Supplements).

37AuthorPodcasts
Brad Schiller will lead the discussion of 37 core topics to the Principles
course. The podcasts will be between 3 and 5 minutes long and
feature the author himself. One podcast will be featured for each
chapter, and an iPod icon in the text’s margin will mark the place
where the Schiller podcasts are offered.

MACROECONOMICS
8th Edition
AssuranceofLearningReady
Many educational institutions today are focused on the notion of
assurance of learning, an important element of some accreditation
standards. ¬The Macro Economy Today, 11e¬ is designed specifically to support your assurance of learning initiatives with a simple,
yet powerful, solution.
Each test bank question for The Macro Economy Today, 11e¬ maps
to a specific chapter learning objective listed in the text. You can
use our test bank software, EZ Test to easily query for learning
outcomes/objectives that directly relate to the learning objectives for
your course. You can then use the reporting features of EZ Test to
aggregate student results in similar fashion, making the collection and
presentation of assurance of learning data simple and easy.
By Stephen Slavin, Union College
2008(September2006)/544pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-328148-3/MHID:0-07-328148-4
http://www.mhhe.com/slavin8e
Steve Slavin’s lively and comprehensive Macroeconomics has a
student-friendly, step-by-step approach; value pricing; and a built-in
Workbook/Study Guide. Instructors and students like the author’s
humorous anecdotes, direct language, and easy conversational style.
The text encourages active rather than passive reading.
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 A Chapter Issues section at the end of each chapter gives
practical application to at least one of the concepts covered in the
chapter.
 New discussions have been added to provide yet more practical
application to the overall text.
Contents
 The discussion of comparative advantage in Chapter 18 has
been written for simplicity and clarity, making it easier for students
to learn.
Preface
Part1TheEconomicChallenge
Chapter 1 Economics: The Core Issues
Appendix: using Graphs
Chapter 2 The U.S. Economy: A Global View
Chapter 3 Supply and Demand
Chapter 4 The Public Sector
Part2MeasuringMacroOutcomes
Chapter 5 National-Income Accounting
Chapter 6 Unemployment
Chapter 7 Inflation
Part3CyclicalInstability
Chapter 8 The Business Cycle
Chapter 9 Aggregate Demand
Appendix: The Keynesian Cross
Chapter 10 Self-Adjustment or Instability?
Part4FiscalPolicyLevers
Chapter 11 Fiscal Policy
Chapter 12 Deficits, Surpluses, and Debt
Part5MonetaryPolicyOptions
Chapter 13 Money and Banks
Chapter 14 The Federal Reserve System
Chapter 15 Monetary Policy
Part6Supply-SideOptions
Chapter 16 Supply-Side Policy: Short-run Options
Chapter 17 Growth and Productivity: Long-run Possibilities
Part7PolicyConstraints
Chapter 18 Global Macro
Chapter 19 Theory versus Reality
Part8InternationalEconomics
Chapter 20 International trade
Chapter 21 International Finance
Chapter 22 Global Poverty
Glossary
Index
Reference Tables
Contents
1 A Brief Economic History of the United States.
2 Resource Utilization.
3 Supply and Demand.
4 The Mixed Economy.
5 The Household-Consumption Sector.
6 The Business-Investment Sector.
7 The Government Sector.
8 The Export-Import Sector.
9 Gross Domestic Product.
10 Economic Fluctuations, Unemployment, and Inflation.
11 Classical and Keynesian Economics.
12 Fiscal Policy and National Debt.
13 Money and Banking.
14 The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy.
15 A Century Of Economic Policy.
16 Economic Growth and Productivity.
17 Income Distribution and Poverty.
18 International Trade.
19 International Finance
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ECONOMICS
CONCISE GUIDE TO MACROECONOMICS
International Edition
By David Moss
2007(July2007)/208pages
ISBN-13:978-1-42-210179-7/MHID:1-422-10179-7
PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
3rd Edition
A Harvard Professional Reference Title
By Robert H. Frank, Cornell University-Ithaca and Ben Bernanke, Princeton University
2007(January2006)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-323061-0/MHID:0-07-323061-8
(withDiscoverEconCodeCard)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-110820-1/MHID:0-07-110820-3
[IEwithDiscoverEconCodeCard]
http://www.mhhe.com/economics/frankbernanke3
In recent years, innovative texts in mathematics, science, foreign languages, and other fields have achieved dramatic pedagogical gains by
abandoning the traditional encyclopedic approach in favor of attempting to teach a short list of core principles in depth. Two well-respected
writers and researchers, Bob Frank and Ben Bernanke, have shown
that the less-is-more approach affords similar gains in introductory
economics. Although recent editions of a few other texts have paid
lip service to this new approach, Frank/Bernanke is by far the best
thought out and best executed principles text in this mold. Avoiding
excessive reliance on formal mathematical derivations, it presents
concepts intuitively through examples drawn from familiar contexts.
The authors introduce a well-articulated short list of core principles
and reinforcing them by illustrating and applying each in numerous
contexts. Students are periodically asked to apply these principles to
answer related questions and exercises. The text also encourages
students to become “Economic Naturalists,” people who employ basic
economic principles to understand and explain what they observe in
the world around them. An economic naturalist understands, for example, that infant safety seats are required in cars but not in airplanes
because the marginal cost of space to accommodate these seats is
typically zero in cars but often hundreds of dollars in airplanes. Such
examples engage student interest while teaching them to see each
feature of their economic landscape as the reflection of an implicit or
explicit cost-benefit calculation.
Now more than ever before, executives and managers need to
understand their larger economic context. In A Concise Guide to
Macroeconomics, David Moss leverages his many years of teaching
experience at Harvard Business School to lay out important macroeconomic concepts in engaging, clear, and concise terms. In a simple
and intuitive way, he breaks down the ideas into “output,” “money,”
and “expectations.” In addition, Moss introduces powerful tools
for interpreting the big-picture economic developments that shape
events in the contemporary business arena. Detailed examples are
also drawn from history to illuminate important concepts. This book
is destined to become a staple in MBA courses—as well as the go-to
resource for executives and managers at all levels seeking to brush
up on their knowledge of macroeconomic dynamics.
MACROECONOMICS
8th Edition
By John Jackson and Ron McIver, University of South Australia
2006(September2006)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-471698-4/MHID:0-07-471698-0
McGraw-Hill Australia Title
Now in its 8th edition, Jackson & McIver has successfully introduced
many new students of economics to the principles essentials to a
proper and clear understanding of fundamental economic problems.
Written for business students, the authors aim to equip tomorrow’s
business manager with the necessary knowledge and tools, to analyse and interpret data, and to under the implication of government
policies on business.
ThoroughGrounding:Written primarily for business majors, Jackson & McIver is a refined and mature, yet up-to-date, text that gives
students a thorough grounding in economic principles and theories.
Contents
Part1Introduction.
1. Thinking Like an Economist.
2. Comparative Advantage: The Basis for Exchange.
3. Supply and Demand: An Introduction.
Part2Macroeconomics:IssuesandData.
4. Macroeconomics: The Bird’s-Eye View of the Economy.
5. Measuring Economic Activity: GDP and Unemployment.
6. Measuring the Price Level and Inflation.
Part3TheEconomyintheLongRun.
7. Economic Growth, Productivity, and Living Standards.
8. Workers, Wages, and Unemployment in the Modern Economy.
9. Saving and Capital Formation.
10. Money and the Federal Reserve.
11. Financial Markets and International Capital Flow.
Part4TheEconomyintheShortRun.
12. Short-term Economic Fluctuations: An Introduction.
13. Spending and Output in the Short Run.
14. Stabilizing the Economy: The Role of the Fed.
15. Inflation, Aggregate Supply, and Aggregate Demand.
16. The Practice and Pitfalls of Macroeconomic Policy.
Part5TheInternationalEconomy.
17. International Trade.
18. Exchange Rates and the Open Economy
BalancedApproachthatBuildsCriticalThinkingSkills:Jackson
& McIver continues to introduce business students to key principles
essential to an understanding of fundamental economic problems.
Students are introduced to a number of alternative viewpoints, enabling them to form their own views about the benefits and limitations
of economic ideology, and to actively analyse economic debates in
both the public and private sectors.
InternationalandCurrent:Jackson & McIver is a text that reflects
the increasing global environment that tomorrow’s Business Manager
will face. It has updated data throughout, with some new case studies
included. The “Practising Economist” feature encourages students to
analyse and interpret statistical information for use in the business
everyday. Data has been updated throughout the text. Previous
Chapters 6 & 7 have been amalgamated and streamlined into a new
chapter Aggregate Expenditures, Output and Multipliers. Chapters 16
& 17 have also been substantially revised and updated.
Contents
Part1,IntroductiontoEconomics
Ch 1, The nature and method of economics /Appendix: Graphs and
their meaning
Ch 2, The economising problem Ch 3, Demand and supply Part2,
MacroeconomicActivityandFiscalPolicy
Ch 4, Australia’s national and international accounts/Appendix: Other
national accounting concepts
Ch 5, The macroeconomic environment
Ch 6, Aggregate expenditures model and multipliers/Appendix: Derivation of the multipliers
Ch 7, Aggregate demand and aggregate supply
Ch 8, Fiscal policy and the public debate
Part3,MonetaryPolicyandEconomicStability
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Ch 9, Money, banking and the financial system
Ch 10, How banks create money
Ch 11, Monetary policy
Ch 12, Macroeconomic ideas--evolution and debates
Ch 13, Inflation
Ch 14, Aggregate supply and the labour market
Part4,GrowthandDevelopment
Ch 15, The economics of growth
Ch 16, Growth and the developing countries
Part5,ExchangeRatesandtheInternationalMonetarySystem
Ch 17, Models of the exchange rate
Ch 18, The international monetary system
Principles of
Microeconomics
- Textbooks
NEW
MICROECONOMICS
7th Edition
International Edition
MACROECONOMICS
18th Edition
By David C Colander, Middlebury College
By Paul Samuelson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and William
Nordhaus, Yale University
2005/480pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-287206-4/MHID:0-07-287206-3
ISBN-13:978-0-07-111188-1/MHID:0-07-111188-3[IE]
2008(September2007)/576pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-334365-5/MHID:0-07-334365-X
http://www.mhhe.com/www.mhhe.com/economics/samuelson18e
Contents
PARTONE:BASICCONCEPTS
1 The Fundamentals of Economics
Appendix 1 How to Read Graphs 2 Markets and Government in a
Modern Economy
3 Basic Elements of Supply and Demand
PART TWO: MACROECONOMICS: ECONOMIC GROWTHAND
BUSINESSCYCLES
Chapter 4 Overview of Macroeconomics
Appendix 4 Macroeconomic Data
Chapter 5 Measuring Economic Activity
Chapter 6 Consumption and Investment
Chapter 7 Business Fluctuations and the Theory of Aggregate Demand
Chapter 8 The Multiplier Model
Chapter 9 Money, Banking, and Financial Markets
Chapter 10 Central Banking and Monetary Policy
PART THREE: ECONOMIC GROWTHAND MACROECONOMIC
POLICY
Chapter 11 The Process of Economic Growth
Chapter 12 The Challenge of Economic Development
Chapter 13 Exchange Rates and the International Financial System
Chapter 14 Open-Economy Macroeconomics
PART FOUR: UNEMPLOYMENT, INFLATION, AND ECONOMIC
POLICY
Chapter 15 Unemployment and the Foundations of Aggregate Supply
Chapter 16 Ensuring Price Stability
Chapter 17 The Warring Schools of Macroeconomics
Chapter 18 Policies for Growth and Stability
Written in an informal colloquial style, this student-friendly Principles
of Microeconomics textbook does not sacrifice intellectual depth in
its quest for accessibility. The author’s primary concern is to instill
‘economic sensibility’ in the student. Colander emphasizes the intellectual and historical context to which the economic models are applied.
The seventh edition has been significantly revised to make it simpler,
shorter, more organized and more applicable to the real world.
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 Chapter dedicated to game theory and strategic thinking: Given
the increasing importance of game theory in economic analysis, an
introductory discussion on the topic has been moved to its own chapter
(Chapter 14: Game Theory, Strategic Thinking, and Behavioral Economics). The game theory presentation is at a principles-appropriate
level, giving students a flavor of the game theory approach and faculty
an opening to go beyond what’s presented in the book.
 Fully updated: To keep the text as relevant as possible, the facts,
figures, and end-of-chapter questions have all been updated with
the latest data and examples. Additionally, discussions have been
revised to match current interests in the profession, keeping up with
the evolution of the economy and economics.
 iPod Content. iPod content is now available for students through
the Enhanced Cartridge or as Premium Content on the Colander OLC.
(See description under Online Supplements).
Contents
I:Introduction:ThinkinglikeanEconomist
Chapter 1: Economics and Economic Reasoning
Chapter 2: The Production Possibility Model, Trade, and Globalization.
Chapter 3: Economic institutions
Chapter 4: Supply and Demand
Chapter 5: Using Supply and Demand
II:Microeconomics
I: Microeconomics: The Basics
Chapter 6: Describing Supply and Demand: Elasticities
Chapter 7: Taxation and Government Intervention
II: Foundations of Supply and Demand
Chapter 8: The Logic of Individual Choice: The Foundation of Supply
and Demand
Chapter 9: Production and Cost Analysis I
Chapter 10: Production and Cost Analysis II
III:MarketStructure
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Chapter 11: Perfect Competition
Chapter 12: Monopoly
Chapter 13: Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly IV: Real World
Competition
Chapter 14: Game Theory, Strategic Decisions Marking, and Behavioral Economics
Chapter 15: Real-World Competition and Technology
Chapter 16: Antitrust Policy and Regulation
V:FactorMarkets
Chapter 17: Work and the Labor Market
Chapter 17w: Non wage and Asset Income: Rents, Profits, and
Interest
Chapter 18: Who Gets What? The Distribution of Income
V: Applying Economic Reasoning to Policy
Chapter 19: Government Policy and Market Failures
Chapter 19w: Politics and Economics: The Case of Agriculture
Markets
Chapter 20: Microeconomic Policy, Economic Reasoning, and Beyond
Chapter 21: International Trade Policy, Comparative Advantage, and
Outsourcing
III: Macroeconomics
I: Macroeconomic Problems
Chapter 23: Economic Growth, Business Cycles, Unemployment,
and Inflation
Chapter 24: National Income Accounting
II: The Macroeconomic Framework
Chapter 25: Growth, Productivity, and the Wealth of Nations
Chapter 26: Aggregate Demand, Aggregate Supply, and Modern
Macroeconomics
Chapter 27: The Multiplier Model
III: Money, Inflation, and Monetary Policy
Chapter 28: Money, Banking, and the Financial Sector
Chapter 29: Monetary Policy and the Debate about Macro Policy
Chapter 30: Inflation and Its Relationship to Unemployment and
Growth
IV:MacroPolicyinPerspective
Chapter 31: Aggregate Demand Policy in Perspective
Chapter 32: Politics, Deficits, and Debt
Chapter 33: Macro Policies in Developing Countries
V:InternationalPolicyIssues
Chapter 34: International Financial Policy
Chapter 35: Macro Policy in a Global Setting
goals: help the beginning student master the principles essential for
understanding the economizing problem, specific economic issues,
and the policy alternatives; help the student understand and apply
the economic perspective and reason accurately and objectively
about economic matters; and promote a lasting student interest in
economics and the economy.
neW to tHIs eDItIon
 Technology Advantage: McGraw-Hill aims to help instructors
save time AND acknowledge that students study differently now. It
is their goal to provide technology solutions that meet those goals.
To that end, they have developed the following core set of products
and services; Homework management, rich course cartridges, PrepCenter, iPod Content, and easy to use response system content,
all described in detail below.
 Assessment-Ready Learning Objectives and Testing: Each
chapter begins with measurable learning objectives. These learning
objectives are cross-referenced to specific test bank questions to allow
construction of measurement instruments. This direct link between
objectives and content facilitates now common accreditation efforts
necessary to meet assurance of learning requirements.
 New Internet Chapter: A new internet chapter covering “financial economics”, along with a fully updated preexisting web chapter
covering The Economics of Developing Countries (16Web), is available for free use at our website, www.mcconnell17.com. “Financial
Economics” (Chapter 14Web), examines ideas such as compound
interest, present value, arbitrage, risk, diversification, and the riskreturn relationship.
 Consolidated Chapters: With overwhelming support of reviewers,
the authors have consolidated the first two chapters of the prior edition into a single chapter, “Limits, Alternatives, and Choices” (Chapter
1). This new chapter quickly and directly moves the student into the
subject matter of economics, demonstrating its methodology. We
also combined the prior edition’s separate chapters on fiscal policy
and the public debt into single chapter, “Fiscal Policy, Deficits, and
Debt” (Chapter 11). The topics are closely related, and consolidation
integrates them into a smooth flow.
 Updated Consider This Boxes: These boxes are used to provide
analogies, examples, or stories that help drive home central economic
ideas in a student-oriented, real-world manner. New boxes include
such disparate topics as fast food lines (Chapter 1), high European
unemployment rates (Chapter 7), and the Fed as a sponge (Chapter
14).
 Updated Last Word Boxes: These applications and case studies
are located toward the end of each chapter. In this edition, we have
included photos to pique student interest. New or relocated Last Words
include those on pitfalls to sound economic reasoning (Chapter 1),
the diminishing impact of oil prices on the overall economy (Chapter
10), and an anecdote on supply side economics (Chapter 15), and
many more
NEW
International Edition
 New Web Button: We continue to integrate the book and our website with in-text web buttons that direct readers to website content. The
authors have added a new web button consisting of a set of worked
problems. Written by Norris Peterson of Pacific Lutheran University,
these pieces consist of side-by-side computational questions and the
computational procedures used to derive the answers.
MICROECONOMICS
17th Edition
By Campbell McConnell, University of Nebraska
and Stanley Brue, Pacific Lutheran University
 Contemporary Discussions and Examples: The seventeenth
edition references and discusses many current topics. Examples:
the economics of the war in Iraq, China’s rapid growth rate, large
Federal budget deficits, recent Fed monetary policy, the debate over
inflation targeting, the productivity acceleration, rising oil prices, immigration impacts, large U.S. trade deficits, offshoring of American
jobs, and many more.
2008(October2006)/560pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-327309-9/MHID:0-07-327309-0
ISBN-13:978-0-07-110145-5/MHID:0-07-110145-4[IE]
http://www.mcconnell17.com
McConnell and Brue’s Microeconomics: Principles, Problems, and
Policies is the leading Principles of Economics textbook because it
is innovative and teaches students in a clear, unbiased way. The 17th
Edition builds upon the tradition of leadership by sticking to 3 main
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Contents
PART ONE: AN INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS and THE
ECONOMY
TotheStudent
1 Limits, Alternatives, and Choices (Appendix: Graphs and Their
Meaning)
2 The Market System and the Circular Flow
3 Demand, Supply, and Market Equilibrium
4 The U.S. Economy: Private and Public Sectors
5 The United States in the Global Economy
PART TWO: MICROECONOMICS OF PRODUCT MARKETS
6 Extensions of Demand and Supply Analysis
7 Consumer Behavior and Utility Maximization
8 The Costs of Production
9 Pure Competition (Appendix: Consumer Surplus, Producer Surplus,
and Efficiency)
10 Pure Monopoly (Appendix: The Deadweight Loss of Monopoly)
11 Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
12 Technology, R&D, and Efficiency
PART THREE: MICROECONOMICS of RESOURCE MARKETS
13 The Demand for Resources
14 Wage Determination
15 Rent, Interest, and Profit
15W Resource and Energy Economics
PART FOUR: MICROECONMICS of GOVERMENT
16 Government and Market Failure
17 Public Choice Theory and the Economics of Taxation
PART FIVE: MICROECONOMIC ISSUES and POLICIES
18 Antitrust Policy and Regulation
19 Agriculture: Economics and Policy
20 Income Inequality and Poverty
21 The Economics of Health Care
22 Labor Market Institutions and Issues: Unionism, Discrimination,
Immigration
PART SIX: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS and the WORLD
ECONOMY
23 International Trade
24 Exchange Rates, the Balance of Payments, and Trade Deficits
with the facts of economic life—real stories and applications. This
is a book that teaches economics in a relevant context with careful
pedagogy. It is also the only principles text that presents all macro
theory in the single consistent context of the AS/AD framework.
Schiller 11e is for students motivated by real-world policy issues
who want to become economically literate. This is a book students
actually READ. Schiller is also known for its cutting-edge and current
coverage of today’s issues.
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the Student Study Guide.
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Contents
2008(October2007)/544pages
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Brad Schiller’s text, The Micro Economy Today, 11e, is noted for
three great strengths: readability, policy orientation, and pedagogy.
His accessible writing style engages students and brings some of the
excitement of domestic and global economic news into the classroom.
Schiller emphasizes how policymakers must choose between government intervention and market reliance to resolve the core issues of
what, how, and for whom to produce. This strategic choice is highlighted throughout the full range of micro, macro, and international
issues. Every chapter ends with a policy issue that emphasizes the
markets vs. government dilemma. And Schiller packs his chapters
Preface
Part1TheEconomicChallenge
Chapter 1 Economics: The Core Issues
Appendix: using Graphs
Chapter 2 The U.S. Economy: A Global View
Chapter 3 Supply and Demand
Chapter 4 The Public Sector
Part2ProductMarkets:TheBasics
Chapter 5 Consumer Demand
Appendix: Indifference Curves
Chapter 6 The Costs of Production
Part3MarketStructure
Chapter 7 The Competitive Firm
Chapter 8 Competitive Markets
Chapter 9 Monopoly
Chapter 10 Oligopoly
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Chapter 11 Monopolistic Competition
Part4RegulatoryIssues
Chapter 12 (De)Regulation of Business
Chapter 13 Environmental Protection
Chapter 14 The Farm Problem
Part5FactorMarkets:BasicTheory
Chapter 15 The Labor Market
Chapter 16 Labor Unions
Chapter 17 Financial Markets
Part6DistributionalIssues
Chapter 18 Taxes: Equity versus Efficiency
Chapter 19 Transfer Payments: Welfare and Social Security
Part7InternationalEconomics
Chapter 20 International trade
Chapter 21 International Finance
Chapter 22 Global Poverty
Glossary
Index
Reference Tables
11 Monopolistic Competition
12 Oligopoly
13 Corporate Mergers and Antitrust
14 Demand in the Factor Market
15 Labor Unions 16 Labor Markets and Wage Rates
17 Rent, Interest, and Profit
18 Income Distribution and Poverty
19 International Trade
20 International Finance
International Edition
PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
3rd Edition
By Robert H Frank, Cornell University and Ben Bernanke, Princeton
University
2007(November2005)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-323060-3/MHID:0-07-323060-X
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MICROECONOMICS
8th Edition
By Stephen Slavin, Union College
2008(September2006)/544pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-328147-6/MHID:0-07-328147-6
http://www.mhhe.com/slavin8e
Steve Slavin’s lively and comprehensive Microeconomics has a
student-friendly, step-by-step approach; value pricing; and a built-in
Workbook/Study Guide. Instructors and students like the author’s
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The text encourages active rather than passive reading.
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 A Chapter Issues section at the end of each chapter gives
practical application to at least one of the concepts covered in the
chapter.
 New discussions have been added to provide yet more practical
application to the overall text.
 The discussion of comparative advantage in Chapter 19 has
been written for simplicity and clarity, making it easier for students
to learn.
Contents
1 A Brief Economic History of the United States
2 Resource Utilization
3 Supply and Demand
4 The Mixed Economy
5 Demand, Supply, and Equilibrium
6 Elasticities of Supply and Demand
7 Theory of Consumer Behavior
8 Cost
9 Profit, Loss, and Perfect Competition
10 Monopoly
In recent years, innovative texts in mathematics, science, foreign
languages, and other fields have achieved dramatic pedagogical
gains by abandoning the traditional encyclopedic approach in favor
of attempting to teach a short list of core principles in depth. Two wellrespected writers and researchers, Bob Frank and Ben Bernanke,
have shown that the less-is-more approach affords similar gains in
introductory economics. Although recent editions of a few other texts
have paid lip service to this new approach, Frank/Bernanke is by far
the best thought out and best executed principles text in this mold.
Avoiding excessive reliance on formal mathematical derivations, it
presents concepts intuitively through examples drawn from familiar
contexts. The authors introduce a well-articulated short list of core
principles and reinforcing them by illustrating and applying each in
numerous contexts. Students are periodically asked to apply these
principles to answer related questions, exercises, and problems. The
text also encourages students to become “Economic Naturalists,” people who employ basic economic principles to understand and explain
what they observe in the world around them. An economic naturalist
understands, for example, that infant safety seats are required in
cars but not in airplanes because the marginal cost of space to accommodate these seats is typically zero in cars but often hundreds
of dollars in airplanes. Such examples engage student interest while
teaching them to see each feature of their economic landscape as the
reflection of an implicit or explicit cost-benefit calculation.
Contents
Part1Introduction
1. Thinking Like an Economist
2. Comparative Advantage: The Basis for Exchange
3. Supply and Demand: An Introduction
Part2CompetitionandtheInvisibleHand
4. Elasticity
5. Demand: The Benefit Side of the Market
6. Perfectly Competitive Supply: The Cost Side of the Market
7. Efficiency and Exchange
8. The Quest for Profit and the Invisible Hand
Part3InternationalTrade
9. International Trade and Trade Policy
Part4MarketImperfections
10. Monopoly and Other Forms of Imperfect Competition
11. Thinking Strategically: A Further Look at Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
12. Externalities and Property Rights
13. The Economics of Information
Part5EconomicsofPublicPolicy
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MICROECONOMICS
8th Edition
14. Labor Markets, Poverty, and Income Distribution
15. The Environment, Health, and Safety
16. Public Goods and Tax Policy
By John Jackson and Ron McIver of University of South Australia
2006 (November 2006)
ISBN-13: 978-0-07-471699-1 / MHID: 0-07-471699-9
McGraw-Hill Australia Title
Aust Adaptation
Jackson & McIver’s Microeconomics was a winner of The Australia
“Tertiary (Adaptation) Teaching and Learning Package” Awards for
Excellence in Education Publishing 2004. Now in its 8th edition,
Jackson & McIver has successfully introduced many new students
of economics to the principles essentials to a proper and clear understanding of fundamental economic problems. Written for business
students, the authors aim to equip tomorrow’s business manager with
the necessary knowledge and tools, to analyse and interpret data, and
to under the implication of government policies on business.
PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
By Robert H Frank, Cornell University, Sarah Jennings, University of
Tasmania and Ben Bernanke, Princeton University
2006 (September 2006)
ISBN-13: 978-0-07-471659-5 / MHID: 0-07-471659-X
McGraw-Hill Australia Title
This new Australian adaptation by Sarah Jennings from the University of Tasmania, is based on the highly successful US Principles of
Microeconomics 2e, by Robert Frank and Ben Bernanke. It is the twin
to our already-successful adaptation, Principles of Macroeconomics
(adapting author, Nilss Olekalns, University of Melbourne). The authors encourage students to see economics as a way of thinking about
problems and of analysing choice. They believe that the best way to
learn is through repeated practice—an active learning approach. Core
economic principles are introduced through simple examples which
are repeated and reinforced with illustrations, exercises and features.
The basic principles are successfully carried forward throughout the
book (which tends not to be the case with most economics textbooks).
Principles of Microeconomics deliberately avoids an encyclopaedic
approach. The text is selective rather than exhaustive in its methodology. It adopts a slightly more analytical perspective to the study of
economics, which challenges students to think critically while applying
core economic principles to each scenario.
Contents
INVITATION TO PUBLISH
Part 1: Introduction
Ch 1, Thinking as an economist
Ch 2, Comparative advantage: the basis for exchange
Ch 3, Supply and demand: an introduction
Part 2: Competition
Ch 4, Elasticity
Ch 5, Demand: the benefit side of the market
Ch 6, Perfectly competitive supply: the cost side of the market
Ch 7, Efficiency and exchange
Ch 8, International trade and trade policy
Part 3: Firms and Profit
Ch 9, The quest for profit and the invisible hand
Ch 10, Monopoly and other forms of imperfect competition
Ch 11, Thinking strategically
Part 4: Market Failure and Public Policy
Ch 12, Externalities, common resources and property rights
Ch 13, Public goods and tax policy
Ch 14, The economics of information
Ch 15, Labour markets, poverty and income distribution
Thorough Grounding -- Written primarily for business majors, Jackson & McIver is a refined and mature, yet up-to-date, text that gives
students a thorough grounding in economic principles and theories.
Balanced Approach that Builds Critical Thinking Skills -- Jackson
& McIver continues to introduce business students to key principles
essential to an understanding of fundamental economic problems.
Students are introduced to a number of alternative viewpoints, enabling them to form their own views about the benefits and limitations
of economic ideology, and to actively analyse economic debates in
both the public and private sectors.
Current and Updated -- Jackson & McIver is a text that reflects the
economic environment that tomorrow’s Business Manager will face. It
has updated data throughout, with some new case studies included.
The “Practising Economist” feature encourages students to analyse
and interpret statistical information for use in the business everyday.
Data has been updated throughout the text. Students are encouraged to think about Australia’s relative economic characteristics,
both globally and within the region, to help cature the international
dimensions of economic data and analysis. New case studies have
been included.
Contents
Part 1, Introduction to Economics
Ch 1, The nature and method of economics
Appendix: Graphs and their meaning
Ch 2, The economising problem
Ch 3, Demand and supply
Part 2, An Overview of Microeconomics
Ch 4, Allocation and the market system
Ch 5, Organisation of business in Australia
Part 3, The Economics of Markets
Ch 6, Elasticity and its applications
Ch 7, Consumer behaviour
Appendix: Indifference curve analysis
Ch 8, An overview of market structures
Ch 9, The costs of production
Ch 10, Pure competition
Ch 11, Pure monopoly
Ch 12, Monopolistic competition
Ch 13, Oligopoly
Ch 14, The demand for economic resources
Ch 15, Wage determination
Ch 16, Rent, interest and profits
Part 4, The Role of Government
Ch 17, Market failure and resource allocation
Ch 18, Inequality and poverty
Part 5, International Economics
Ch 19, Trade, free trade and protection
Glossary / Index
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International Edition
International Edition
ESSENTIALS OF ECONOMICS
MICROECONOMICS
18th Edition
By Stanley L Brue, Pacific Lutheran University and Campbell R
McConnell
2007(November2005)/480pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-301967-3/MHID:0-07-301967-4
ISBN-13:978-0-07-110634-4/MHID:0-07-110634-0[IE]
By Paul Samuelson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and William
Nordhaus, Yale University
2005/464pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-287207-1/MHID:0-07-287207-1
ISBN-13:978-0-07-111298-7/MHID:0-07-111298-7[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/brueonline.com
http://www.mhhe.com/www.mhhe.com/economics/samuelson18e
Contents
PartOne:BasicConcepts
1 The Fundamentals of Economics
Appendix 1 How to Read Graphs
2 Markets and Government in a Modern Economy
3 Basic Elements of Supply and Demand
Part Two: Microeconomics: Supply, Demand, and Product
Markets
4 Applications of Supply and Demand
5 Demand and Consumer Behavior
Appendix 5 Geometrical Analysis of Consumer Equilibrium
6 Production and Business Organization
7 Analysis of Costs
Appendix 7 Production, Cost Theory, and Decision of the Firm
8 Analysis of Perfectly Competitive Markets
9 Imperfect Competition and Monopoly
10 Oligopoly and Monopolistic Competition
1 Uncertainty and Game Theory
PartThree:FactorMarkets:Labor,Land,andCapital
12 How Markets Determine Incomes
13 The Labor Market
14 Land and Capital
Appendix 14 Markets and Economic Efficiency
PartFour:AppliedMicroeconomics:InternationalTrade,Government,andtheEnvironment
15 Comparative Advantage and Protectionism
16 Government Taxation and Expenditure
17 Promoting More Efficient Markets
18 Protecting the Environment
19 Efficiency vs. Equality: The Big Tradeof
Survey of Economics
Building on the tremendous success of their best-selling Principles
of Economics text, Brue and McConnell have written a new one
semester text to provide a fresh alternative. This new, 18-chapter
textbook will appeal to anyone teaching a one-semester introductory
course. Brue/McConnell is a patient, substantive treatment of micro
and macro economics for the one-semester course with many, upto-date, motivating examples.
Contents
PartOne:Introduction
Chapter 1: Limits, Alternatives, and Choices
Chapter 2: The Market System and the Circular Flow
PartTwo:Price,Quantity,andEfficiency
Chapter 3: Demand, Supply, and Market Equilibrium
Chapter 4: Elasticity of Demand and Supply
Chapter 5: Market Failure: A Role for Government
PartThree:ProductMarkets
Chapter 6: Businesses and Their Costs
Chapter 7: Pure Competition
Chapter 8: Pure Monopoly
Chapter 9: Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
Chapter 10: Wage Determination
Chapter 11: Income Inequality and Poverty
Part Four: Macroeconomic Measurement, Models, and Fiscal
Policy
Chapter 12: Introduction to GDP, Growth, and Instability
Chapter 13: Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Chapter 14: Fiscal Policy, Deficits, and Debt
PartFive:Money,Banking,andMonetaryPolicy
Chapter 15: Money and Banking
Chapter 16: Monetary Policy
PartSix:EconomicGrowthandInternationalEconomics
Chapter 17: Economic Growth
Chapter 18: International Trade
Glossary
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2009(February2008)/448pages
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5 Market structure and imperfect competition.
6 Input markets and income distribution.
7 Governing the market.
8 The income and output of nations.
9 Short-run fluctuations in income and output.
10 Interest rates, money, and inflation.
11 Aggregate supply, inflation, and unemployment.
12 Exchange rates and the balance of payments.
13 The global economy.
Answers to Questions.
Glossary
International Edition
ESSENTIALS OF ECONOMICS
6th Edition
By Bradley R Schiller, American University
2007(June2006)/448pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-340279-6/MHID:0-07-340279-6
ISBN-13:978-0-07-110146-2/MHID:0-07-110146-2[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/economics/schilleressentials6
Essentials of Economics is the market leader for the one-semester
survey course. In just about 400 pages, it provides a solid introduction
to the core concepts of economics with an emphasis on real-world examples and current events. Essentials has earned its popular success
because, unlike other books on the market, it is free of the abstract
and complex theory that requires more time than this course allows.
Instead, the text is clean and concise, with many examples of significance to students today, including Headlines and Policy Perspectives
that use current events to help illustrate the topics discussed. This
real-world policy emphasis is a distinctive feature of Schiller’s text
and is integral to its dominance of the survey text market.
Economics for Business
Contents
SectionI:Basics
Chapter 1 The Challenge of Economics
Chapter 2 The U.S. Economy
Chapter 3 Supply and Demand
SectionII:Microeconomics
Chapter 4 Consumer Demand
Chapter 5 Supply Decisions
Chapter 6 Competition
Chapter 7 Monopoly
Chapter 8 The Labor Market
Chapter 9 Government Intervention
SectionIII:Macroeconomics
Chapter 10 The Business Cycle
Chapter 11 Aggregate Supply and Demand
Chapter 12 Fiscal Policy
Chapter 13 Money and Banks
Chapter 14 Monetary Policy
Chapter 15 Economic Growth
Chapter 16 Theory and Reality
SectionIV:International
Chapter 17 International Trade
Glossary / Index
ECONOMICS FOR BUSINESS
2nd Edition
By David Begg, University of London and Damian Ward, Bradford
University
2006(November2006)/432pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-711451-0/MHID:0-07-711451-5
McGraw-Hill UK Title
Economics for Business, second edition is an essential introduction to
economics, tailor-made for business students. The text demonstrates
the relevance of applying economic principles to solve business
problems, using a unique approach that starts with the business
problem before employing economics as the solution. Key economic
theories are therefore clearly explained within the context of modern
business, drawing on a wealth of contemporary examples to bring the
topics to life. The supporting features and exercises allow students
to consolidate their learning and equip them with the economic tools
to confront real business situations.
Contents
FOUNDATIONS OF ECONOMICS
3rd Edition
By David Begg, Principal of Tanaka Business School, Imperial
College, University of London
2006(March2006)/352pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-711423-7/MHID:0-07-711423-X
McGraw-Hill UK Title
Foundations of Economics, third edition is ideal for students taking
introductory economics modules as part of an interdisciplinary course.
Building on the success of the second edition, the book provides
accessible overviews of key economic topics, interweaving these
with real-world examples and practical activities to equip students
to think for themselves.
PartI:Introduction
Chapter 1: Economics for business
PartII:Understandingmarkets
Chapter 2: Consumers in the market place
Chapter 3: Firms in the market place
Chapter 4: Markets in action
PartIII:Competitionandprofitability
Chapter 5: Market structure and firm performance
Chapter 6: Strategic rivalry
Chapter 7: Growth strategies
Chapter 8: Governing business
PartIV:Domesticmacroeconomics
Chapter 9: Introduction to the macroeconomy
Chapter 10: Measuring macroeconomic variables and policy issues
Chapter 11: Economic stability and demand side policies
Chapter 12: Supply side policies and economic growth
PartV:Globaleconomics
Chapter 13: Exchange rates and the balance of payments
Chapter 14: Globalization
Contents
Preface. 1 What is economics?
2 Demand.
3 Supply.
4 Costs, supply and perfect competition.
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Economics Issues
Contents
NEW
ISSUES IN ECONOMICS
TODAY
4th Edition
By Robert Guell, Indiana State University--Terre
Haute
2008(October2007)/448pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-337570-0/MHID:0-07-337570-5
Issues in Economics Today is a modern issues book that presents the
latest and most interesting topics. It was developed to allow instructors
the maximum flexibility to teach this material in a manner that fits their
personal style. Some professors like to intertwine theory and issues
while others like to lay the theoretical foundation first before heading
into the issues. Faculty may choose to set a theme for their course
and pick issues consistent with that theme, while others may let their
students decide what issues interest them. Beginning with eight core
theory chapters and followed by 35 shorter issues chapters, there is
no right way to use the book. As a result of this structure, instructors
do not have to teach the same course every semester. The Fourth
edition continues to stay on the cusp of recent events and topics,
such as outsourcing, inflation targeting, the impact of trade agreements, the cost of adhering to the Kyoto protocols, induced demand
in pharmaceuticals, myths surrounding affirmative action, the impact
of gasoline prices on ethanol and corn demand, Apple’s troubles with
the EU, textbook price inflation relative to tuition costs, poverty in the
US vs. other developed countries, and a recasting of the War chapter
to focus more heavily on occupation costs.
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 New chapter feature: You Are Here: A Road Map for keeping
each chapter in perspective. Too often students see a course as
separate lectures with little connection between them. The Fourth
edition includes a standard “circular flow” diagram in Chapter 1 to be
used as a road map at the beginning of each subsequent chapter. At
the introduction of each new chapter, an instructor can take a moment
to show how the new material fits with the old.
 New Chapter 22, “So You Want to Be a Lawyer: Economics and
the Law,” focuses on the areas where law is necessary for a thriving
economy, such as contract enforcement, property rights, intellectual
property rights, and bankruptcy. It then talks about the role of economists in civil liability cases.
 New Chapter 43, “Economic Growth and Development,” focuses on why already developed countries grow even further and
contrasts that with the struggles that developing countries face in
moving forward.
Chapter 1: Economics: The Study of Opportunity Cost
1A Graphing: Yes, You Can
Chapter 2: Supply and Demand
Chapter 3: The Concept of Elasticity and Consumer and Producer
Surplus
Chapter 4: Firm Production, Cost, and Revenue
Chapter 5: Perfect Competition, Monopoly, and Economic versus
Normal Profit
Chapter 6: Every Macroeconomic Word You Ever Heard: Gross
Domestic Product, Inflation, Unemployment, Recession, and Depression
Chapter 7: Interest Rates and Present Value
Chapter 8: Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Chapter 9: Federal Spending
Chapter 10: Federal Deficits, Surpluses, and the National Debt
Chapter 11: Fiscal Policy
Chapter 12: Monetary Policy
Chapter 13: International Trade: Does It Jeopardize American
Jobs?
Chapter 14: The International Monetary Fund: Doctor or Witch Doctor?
Chapter 15: NAFTA, GATT, WTO: Are Trade Agreements Good for
Us?
Chapter 16: Tobacco, Alcohol, Drugs, and Prostitution
Chapter 17: The Environment
Chapter 18: Health Care
Chapter 19: Government Provided Health Insurance: Medicaid,
Medicare, and the Child Health Insurance Program
Chapter 20: The Economics of Prescription Drugs
Chapter 21: Economics and the Law
Chapter 22: The Economics of Crime
Chapter 23: Race, Gender, and Affirmative Action
Chapter 24: Farm Policy
Chapter 25: Minimum Wage
Chapter 26: Rent Control
Chapter 27: Ticket Brokers and Ticket Scalping
Chapter 28: Antitrust
Chapter 29: Why Did This Textbook Cost so Much?
Chapter 30: Education
Chapter 31: Poverty and Welfare
Chapter 32: Social Security
Chapter 33: Head Start
Chapter 34: Personal Income Taxes
Chapter 35: Energy Prices
Chapter 36: If We Build It, Will They Come? And Other Sports Questions
Chapter 37: The Stock Market and Crashes
Chapter 38: Unions
Chapter 39: The Cost of War and Occupation
Chapter 40: The Economics of Terrorism
Chapter 41: Wal-Mart: Always Low Prices (and Low Wages)...
Always
Chapter 42: The Economic Impact of Casino Gambling
Chapter 43: Economic Growth and Development
Chapter 44: The Housing Bubble (Bonus Web Chapter)
 Substantial revision for Chapter 13 (“International Trade: Does It
Jeopardize American Jobs?”) and Chapter 17 (“The Environment”).
 New Narrated PowerPoint presentations, with roughly 20 slides
per chapter
 Every data graph and table was updated to include the latest
available information.
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NEW
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ECONOMICS OF SOCIAL
ISSUES
18th Edition
TAKING SIDES: CLASHING
VIEWS ON ECONOMIC ISSUES
13th Edition
By Ansel M Sharp, University of the South,
Charles A Register, Florida Atlantic UniversityBoca Raton and Paul W Grimes, Mississippi State
University
By Frank J Bonello, University of Notre Dame and
Isobel Lobo, Benedictine University
2008(October2007)/512pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-340280-2/MHID:0-07-340280-X
2008(March2007)/432pages
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critical thinking skills. Each issue is thoughtfully framed with an issue
summary, an issue introduction, and a postscript. An instructor’s
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annotated listing of selected World Wide Web sites and is supported
by our student website, www.mhcls.com/online.
Sharp/Register/Grimes’ Economics of Social Issues originated the
Social Issues approach to teaching basic economic principles.
Designed as an introduction to general economics for non-majors,
it presents economic concepts as useful tools to analyze contemporary social issues. Each chapter presents economic concepts then
places them within the context of very current issues facing society.
The book may also be used to supplement principles courses with
lively social issues to add relevance to the economic principles being taught. Economics of Social Issues has garnered a loyal user
following for its timely and impartial handling of current social issues
that dominate newspapers and television news. As the major social
issues facing our society change, so does this textbook. While the
issues are contemporary and the supporting information updated, the
authors remain objective.
Contents
Unit1MicroeconomicIssues.
Issue 1. Are Profits the Only Business of Business?
Issue 2. Are CEOs Paid What They Are Worth?
Issue 3. Is There Discrimination in U.S. Labor Markets?
Issue 4. Is the New Medicare Part D Drug Benefit Good Health Care
Policy?
Issue 5. Are Health Savings Accounts the Right Medicine for the Ills
of the Health Care Industry?
Issue 6. Is It Time to Reform Medical Malpractice Litigation?
Unit2MacroeconomicsIssues
Issue 7. Is Wal-Mart Good for the Economy?
Issue 8. Should Social Security Be Changed to Include Personal
Retirement Accounts?
Issue 9. Should the Double Taxation of Corporate Dividends Be
Eliminated?
Issue 10. Are Credit Card Companies Exploiting American Consumers?
Issue 11. Should Minimum Wage and Living Wage Laws Be Eliminated?
Issue 12. Do Unskilled Immigrants Hurt the Economy?
Unit3TheWorldAroundUs
Issue 13. Are Protectionists Policies Bad for America?
Issue 14. Should We Sweat About Sweatshops?
Issue 15. Are the Costs of Global Warming Too High to Ignore?
Issue 16. Are Spending Cuts the Right Way to Balance the Federal
Government’s Budget?
Issue 17. Has the North American Free Trade Agreement Benefited
the Economies of Canada, Mexico, and the U.S.?
Issue 18. Is the No Child left Behind Act Working?
Issue 19. Will the Creation of an Ownership Society Make the American Economy More Efficient and More Equitable?
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 Enhanced and more thorough treatment of the Production Possibilities model in Chapter 1.
 In an effort to stay current, the authors eliminated the outdated ‘
collectively consumed/individually consumed’ dichotomy in favor of
the more modern ‘ public/private good’ characterization. This is first
seen in Chapter 5 and carried throughout the rest of the book.
 Significantly updated Chapter 12 on ‘ Unemployment.’ The authors took a more modern approach to introduce Aggregate Supply
and Aggregate Demand. The new discussion now breaks Aggregate
Supply and Aggregate Demand into short-term and long-term. Additionally, an enhanced discussion of labor force definitions and
terms was added.
 Significantly updated Chapter 13 on ‘ Inflation.’ Discussion in
this chapter builds upon the new breakdown of Aggregate Supply
and Aggregate Demand introduced in Chapter 12. The chapter now
distinguishes between short-term and long-term situations and outcomes. All new graphs are included in this chapter.
 All data found in the 18th edition was thoroughly revised and
updated with the latest available economic statistics. Additionally,
the authors updated review questions and the recommended readings list to reflect new or modified content. The end-of-chapter list of
websites points readers to original data sources for the latest figures
released after publication.
Contents
Chapter 1: Alleviating Human Misery: The Role of Economic Reasoning
Chapter 2: Economic Systems, Resource Allocation, and Social WellBeing: Lessons from China’s Transition
Chapter 3: Government Control of Prices in Mixed Systems: What
Are the Actual Outcomes?
Chapter 4: Pollution Problems: Must We Foul Our Own Nests?
Chapter 5: Economics of Crime and Its Prevention: How Much is
Too Much
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Chapter 6: The Economics of Education: Crisis and Reform
Chapter 7: Poverty Problems and Discrimination: Why Are So Many
Still Poor?
Chapter 8: The Economics of Big Business: Who Does What to
Whom?
Chapter 9: The Economics of Professional Sports: What is the Real
Score?
Chapter 10: Competition in the Global Marketplace: Should We Protect
Ourselves From International Trade?
Chapter 11: Economic Growth: Are We Living in a “New Economy”?
Chapter 12: Unemployment Issues: Why Do We Waste Our Labor
Resources?
Chapter 13: Inflation: How to Gain and Lose at the Same Time
Chapter 14: Government Spending, Taxation, and the National Debt:
Who Wins and Who Loses?
Chapter 15: Social Security and Medicare: How Secure Is Our Safety
Net for the Elderly?
ANNUAL EDITIONS: ECONOMICS
34rd Edition
24. Why Are Taxes So Complicated and What Can We Do About It?
New! 25. The Tax Reform Revolution
26. Tax Reform R.I.P.
27. Link Between Taxation, Unemployment Is Absent
28. What Should Central Banks Do?
29. How Does Monetary Policy Affect the U.S. Economy?
New! 30. It’s His Economy Now—And Yours
New! 31. Banking Consolidation
New! 32. Bank ATMs and ATM Surcharges
New! 33. Toward a Cashless Society
UNIT5.TheChangingGlobalEconomy
New! 34. Update on the State of the Future
35. As Job Exports Rise, Some Economists Rethink the Mathematics
of Free Trade
New! 36. Is the Current Account Deficit Sustainable?
New! 37. The High-Tech Threat from China
New! 38. Building Blocks
New! 39. Where the Money Went
40. Asymmetric Globalization: Global Markets Require Good Global
Politics
New! 41. Will the World Run Dry? Global Water and Food Security
New! 42. Do Global Attitudes and Behaviors Support Sustainable
Development?
43. Eliminating Child Labor
By Don Cole, Drew University
2007(October2006)/208pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-352843-4/MHID:0-07-352843-9
McGraw-Hill Duskin Title
http://www.mhhe.com/text-data-catalog/0073528439.mhtml
This thirty-fourth of ANNUAL EDITIONS: ECONOMICS provides
convenient, inexpensive access to current articles selected from
the best of the public press. Organizational features include: an annotated listing of selected World Wide Web sites; an annotated table
of contents; a topic guide; a general introduction; brief overviews for
each section; a topical index; and an instructor’s resource guide with
testing materials. USING ANNUAL EDITIONS IN THE CLASSROOM
is offered as a practical guide for instructors. ANNUAL EDITIONS titles
are supported by our student website, www.mhcls.com/online.
Intermediate
Macroeconomics
NEW
Contents
UNIT1.Introduction
1. How Much for a Life? Try $3 Million to $5 Million
New! 2. More, Bigger, Faster
3. Counter-Terrorism: The Private Cost of More Security
UNIT2.Microeconomics
4. Smoke Signals
New! 5. Jousting for Television’s Holy Grail
New! 6. Bruised in Bentonville, Andy Serwer
New! 7. Airlines
New! 8. Modernizing U.S. Antitrust Law: The Role of Technology
and Innovation
9. The Real Price of Gas
New! 10. The Truth About Oil
11. The Eco-Economic Revolution: Getting the Market in Sync with
Nature
12. Congested Parks—A Pricing Dilemma
UNIT3.TheEconomicsofWorkandIncome
New! 13. Building a More-Humane Economy
New! 14. The Rich Get (Much) Richer
New! 15. Outsourcing Jobs: The Myths and Realities
New! 16. Laid Off and Left Out
New! 17. Multiple Minimums
New! 18. The Gender Gyp
New! 19. The Health Care Crisis and What to Do About It
UNIT4.Macroeconomics
New! 20. Countdown to a Meltdown
New! 21. Seizing Intangibles for the G.D.P.
New! 22. The Elephant in the Room
New! 23. Social Spending and Economic Growth
International Edition
MACROECONOMICS
10th Edition
By Rudiger Dornbusch (deceased), Stanley Fischer,
Mass Institute of Tech and Richard Startz, University of Washington
2008(August2007)/640pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-312811-5/MHID:0-07-312811-2
ISBN-13:978-0-07-125924-8/MHID:0-07-125924-4[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/dornbusch10e
Dornbusch, Fischer, and Startz has been a long-standing, leading
intermediate macroeconomic theory text since its introduction in 1978.
This revision retains most of the text’s traditional features, including a
middle-of-the-road approach and very current research, while updating and simplifying the exposition. This revision focuses on making
the text even easier to teach from. The only pre-requisite continues
to be principles of economics.
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 New! Chapter 8 devoted to a “media-level view” of stabilization
policy, in particular the policy of the Fed. This coverage helps students connect what they see every day in the news to the science
they are learning in class while providing a much gentler introduction
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to that science.
 New coverage of changes that were done by the Fed in the recent years. For example, in Chapter 15 we indicate that M3 monetary
aggregate and its components is no longer being tracked. Another
example is in Chapter 16, discount rate has been modified.
 Numerous up-to-date examples, tables and figures provided. For
example, hyper-inflations are now illustrated with Zimbabwe, which
has been in the news.
Contents
Part1–IntroductionandNationalIncomeAccounting
Chapter 1 – Introduction
Chapter 2 – National Income Accounting
Part2–Growth,AggregateSupplyandDemand,andPolicy
Chapter 3 – Growth and Accumulation
Chapter 4 – Growth and Policy
Chapter 5 – Aggregate Supply and Demand
Chapter 6 – Aggregate Supply: Wages, Prices, and Unemployment
Chapter 7 – The Anatomy of Inflation and Unemployment
Chapter 8 – Policy Preview
Part3–FirstModels
Chapter 9 – Income and Spending
Chapter 10 – Money, Interest, and Income
Chapter 11 – Monetary and Fiscal Policy
Chapter 12 – International Linkages
Part4–BehavioralFoundations
Chapter 13 – Consumption and Saving
Chapter 14 – Investment Spending
Chapter 15 – The Demand for Money
Chapter 16 – The Fed, Money, and Credit
Chapter 17 – Policy
Chapter 18 – Financial Markets and Asset Prices
Part5–BigEvents,InternationalAdjustments,andAdvanced
Topics
Chapter 19 – Big Events: The Economics of Depression, Hyperinflation, and Deficits
Chapter 20 – International Adjustment and Interdependence
Chapter 21 – Advanced Topics Appendix Glossary Index
PartIILong-RunEconomicGrowth
4 The Theory of Economic Growth
5 The Reality of Economic Growth: History and Prospect
PartIIIFlexible-PriceMacroeconomics
6 Building Blocks of the Flexible-Price Model
7 Equilibrium in the Flexible-Price Model
8 Money, Prices, and Inflation
PartIVSticky-PriceMacroeconomics
9 The Sticky-Price Income-Expenditure Framework: Consumption
and the Multiplier
10 Investment, Net Exports, and Interest Rates: The IS Curve
11 The Money Market and the LM Curve
12 The Phillips Curve and Expectations
PartVMacroeconomicPolicy
13 Stabilization Policy: The Budget Balance, the National Debt, and
Investment International Economic Policy
14 Changes in the Macroeconomy and Changes in Macroeconomic
Policy
15 The Future of Macroeconomics
Epiloge
Aust Adaptation
MACROECONOMICS
2nd Edition
By Rudiger Dornbusch (deceased), Philip Bodman, University of Queensland, Mark Crosby, Melbourne Business School, Stanley Fischer, Mass
Institute of Tech and Richard Startz, University of Washington
2006(February2006)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-471568-0/MHID:0-07-471568-2
McGraw-Hill Australia Title
http://www.mhhe.com/au/dornbusch2e
This new edition of Macroeconomics has been thoroughly revised and
updated by respected author team Philip Bodman and Mark Crosby.
The book maintains many of the bestselling features of its US counterpart, such as the focus on models and methodological frameworks
for economic analysis, while including currently policy issues using
a blend of theory and data, combined with new examples and real
world material. Pedagigical features are significantly enhanced and
material is presented in a clear and accessible manner.
Contents
International Edition
MACROECONOMICS
2nd Edition
By Bradford DeLong, University of California—Berkeley
2006/544pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-287758-8/MHID:0-07-287758-8
ISBN-13:978-0-07-111113-3/MHID:0-07-111113-1[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/economics/delong2
Macroeconomics 2e offers a new approach to the subject. Drawing
upon vast experience teaching, researching, and advising the U.S.
government on policy has enabled the authors to write an intermediate macroeconomics book that will set the standard for books in this
area for years to come. For example, DeLong/Olney focuses on the
interest rate rather than the AS/AD diagram and includes expanded
coverage of the crucial topic of long-run growth. This lively text is
modern, provides extensive insight into economic policy, incorporates a strong international perspective, and offers a broad historical
perspective.
Contents
PartIPreliminaries
1 Introduction to Macroeconomics
2 Measuring the Macroeconomy
3 Thinking Like an Economist
Part1,IntroductionandNationalIncomeAccounting
Ch 1, An introduction to macroeconomics
Ch 2, National income accounting
Part2,GrowthandAggregateSupplyandDemand
Ch 3, Growth and accumulation
Ch 4, Growth and policy
Ch 5, Aggregate supply and demand
Ch 6, Aggregate supply: wages, prices and unemployment
Part3,EarlyModels
Ch 7, Income and Spending
Ch 8, Money, interest and income
Ch 9, Monetary and fiscal policy in the closed economy
Part4,OpenEconomyMacroeconomics
Ch 10, Internatioanl linkages
Ch 11, International adjustment and interdependence
Part5,BehaviouralFoundations
Ch 12, Consumption and saving
Ch 13, Investment spending
Ch 14, The demand for money
Ch 15, The RBA, money and credit
Ch 16, Financial markets
Part6,BigIssues,EconomicPolicyandAdvancedTopics
Ch 17, Big issues #1: Inflation
Ch 18, Big issues #2: Unemployment
Ch 19, Policy in an uncertain world
Ch 20, Advanced topics
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 Real World Applications Closely Tied to Text: Microeconomics
incorporates real world applications and examples that students can
relate to, unlike most other texts on the market that use a mix of real
and fictitious scenarios. ALL included applications are founded in
real companies and individuals making decisions. The authors have
been diligent to ensure the applications tie directly and clearly to the
concept being discussed.
Intermediate
Microeconomics

See Example 4.1, Application 4.1.
 Worked-Out Problems and In-Text Exercises: A series of example
problems are provided to help students apply the issues discussed
in the chapters. Linked “In-Text Exercises” follow the “Worked-Out
Problems”as an extra reinforcement, driving home the highlighted
concept.
NEW
International Edition
MICROECONOMICS
By B Douglas Bernheim, Stanford University and Michael D Whinston,
Northwestern University
2008(December2007)/672pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-290027-9/MHID:0-07-290027-X
ISBN-13:978-0-07-110141-7/MHID:0-07-110141-1[IE]

See Worked-Out Problem 4.1, In-Text Exercise 4.1.
INNOVATIVECHAPTERS&APPROACH
http://www.mhhe.com/bernheim1e
Bernheim and Whinston’s Microeconomics focuses on the core
principles of the intermediate microeconomic course: individuals and
firms making decisions, competitive markets, and market failures. An
accessible text that does not require knowledge of calculus, Microeconomics utilizes examples and integrates topics that will stimulate
and motivate students.
Key advantages of Bernheim and Whinston’s approach are:
1) A fresh, up-to-date treatment of modern microeconomic theory.
 No Calculus Required: By starting students in the right place
and using well-placed Worked-out Problems, the authors encourage students to solve a much wider range of quantitative problems
than are usually covered in non-calculus texts, while requiring only
simple algebra.
 For example, consumer choice coverage generally poses a
problem asking students to figure out what a consumer is going to
choose. Most books either treat that problem only graphically, or begin
with a utility function, which requires calculus. Instead, Bernheim and
Whinston start with the consumer’s marginal rate of substitution, so
the student can solve for the best choice with only basic algebra.
 Conceptually, the marginal rate of substitution is a more appropriate starting point because it is observable, whereas a utility function
is not observable; it is something economists have invented.
2) A clear and engaging writing style, along with innovative pedagogy
that provides students with more accessible ways to understand and
master difficult concepts.
3) Numerous real-world applications that are closely tied to the theoretical material developed in the text.
4) Teaches students to solve a wide range of quantitative problems
without requiring calculus.
FeAtURes
FLEXIBLEANDACCESSIBLE
 Flexible Chapter Organization: Microeconomics places the decision making chapters first, followed by the discussion of markets.
However, all chapters are carefully written in a modular format so
that they can be taught in any order, and the Preface outlines multiple organization scenarios that could be followed. (For example, an
instructor can move from basic producer and consumer theory to
competitive markets, and then cover more advanced topics in decision making, like time, uncertainty, and strategy).
 Teaches the “Why it matters” behind the theory: The authors use
a clear and engaging writing style - a style that undergrads can get
excited about. When they bring up a topic they explain why it matters,
instead of merely asserting that the topic will be useful later.
 --See section titled “Why are rates of substitution important” in
Chapter 4, Section 4.3. Usually, students are just assured that rates
of substitution will prove useful later.
 Student Friendly Pedagogy: Microeconomics uses innovative
pedagogy that provides students with more accessible ways to understand and master difficult concepts. For example, colored tables
are used to explain various consumer choices at the beginning of
the consumer theory sections instead of going right to cases where
students are forced to draw indifference curves.
RELEVANTEXAMPLES,PRACTICALAPPLICATIONS
 The Worked-Out Problems and Exercises cleanly separate
the economics from the calculus by providing students with both
‘total’ and ‘marginal’ formulas. This allows non-calculus students to
solve a wide range of quantitative problems. It also allows students
with calculus backgrounds to focus on the economic content of the
problems, without confusing the economics with the calculus; those
students can also be asked to check the derivatives.
 Marginal Analysis Chapter (3): An entire chapter has been devoted to marginal analysis, the central tool of microeconomics. Given
that students are going to use this core set of principles throughout
the course, the authors introduce the topic early and facilitate a deep
understanding of the concept.
 Game Theory Chapter (12): Bernheim and Whinston offer an
entire chapter on this important topic. The chapter is an engaging,
accessible and up-to-date introduction to a topic that has permeated
the field of Economics in recent years. Microeconomics innovatively
illustrates concepts using graphing and color, and fun examples such
as the “World Rock/Paper/Scissors Tournament” explained at the
beginning of the chapter.
 Behavioral Economics Chapter (13): Bernheim and Whinston
provide an even-handed, thought-provoking introduction to behavioral
issues and experiments. The chapter has 4 parts tying behavioral
economics to the concepts taught in other chapters. That way you can
use this chapter stand alone or modularly in conjunction with other
chapter topics. You are not forced to cover this concept.
 Innovative treatment of time and uncertainty (Chapters 10 and
11): In most books, time and uncertainty are taught in ways that seem
like the student has to learn a whole new set of tools. Not in Microeconomics. Bernheim and Whinston cover these topics using concepts
students already know from their study of consumer and producer
theory, such as indifference curves and budget lines. Faculty around
the country are excited by the approach taken in these chapters.
 See Chapter 4: Principles and Preferences in Part II: Individual
Decision Making (Key Chapter)
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and 10. Starred problems that require calculus are included in the
end-of-chapter problem sets.
Contents
PartI:Introduction
1. Preliminaries
2. Supply and Demand
3. Balancing Benefits and Costs
PartII:IndividualDecisionMaking
IIA: Consumption Decisions
4. Principles and Preferences
5. Constraints, Choices, and Demand
6. From Demand to Welfare
IIB: Production Decisions
7. Technology and Production
8. Cost Minimization
9. Profit Maximization
IIC: Additional Topics
10. Decisions Involving Time
11. Decisions involving uncertainty
12. Decisions Involving Strategy (Game Theory)
13. Behavioral Economics
PartIII:Markets
IIIA. Competitive Markets
14. Equilibrium and Efficiency
IIIB: Imperfectly Competitive Markets
17. Monopoly
18. Pricing
19. Oligopoly
20. Externalities and Public Goods
21. Information and Contracts
Contents
Part1:Introduction
1. Thinking Like an Economist
2. Supply and Demand
Appendix: How Do Taxes Affect Equilibrium Prices and Quantities?
Part2:TheTheoryofConsumerBehavior
3. Rational Consumer Choice Appendix: The Utility Function Approach
to the Consumer Budgeting Problem
4. Individual and Market Demand
Appendix: Additional Topics in Demand Theory
5. Applications of Rational Choice and Demand Theories
6. The Economics of Information and Choice Under Uncertainty
Appendix: Search Theory and the Winner’s Curse
7. Explaining Tastes: The Importance of Altruism and Other Nonegoistic Behavior
8. Cognitive Limitations and Consumer Behavior
Part3:TheTheoryoftheFirmandMarketStructure
9. Production Appendix: Mathematical Extensions of Production
Theory
10. Costs
Appendix: Mathematical Extensions of the Theory of Costs
11. Perfect Competition
12. Monopoly
13. Imperfect Competition: A Game-Theoretic Approach
Part4:FactorMarkets
14. Labor
Appendix: The Economics of Workplace Safety
15. Capital
Appendix: A More Detailed Look at Exhaustible Resource Allocation
Part5:WelfareEconomics
16. General Equilibrium and Market Efficiency (online only)
17. Externalities, Property Rights, and the Coase Theorem
18. Government
NEW
International Edition
MICROECONOMICS AND BEHAVIOR
7th Edition
By Robert H Frank, Cornell University
2008(November2007)/608pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-337573-1/MHID:0-07-337573-X
ISBN-13:978-0-07-126349-8/MHID:0-07-126349-7[IE]
MICROECONOMICS
http://www.mhhe.com/frank7e
Robert Frank’s Microeconomics and Behavior covers the essential
topics of microeconomics while exploring the relationship between
economics analysis and human behavior. The book’s clear narrative
appeals to students, and its numerous examples help students develop economic intuition. This book introduces modern topics not often
found in intermediate textbooks. Its focus throughout is to develop a
student’s capacity to “think like an economist.”
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 Now 4-Color! Graphs and photos pop in the new edition, facilitating student learning and comprehension.
 Bonus Online Chapter: General Equilibrium and Market Efficiency (previously Chapter 16) has been moved to the Online Learning
Center, making the text more concise while still offering professors
the option to cover the chapter.
 Useful Appendixes: These include the utility function approach
to the consumer budgeting problem, additional topics in demand
theory, additional applications of rational choice theory, search theory,
production theory, cost theory, additional models of monopolistic
competition, and a more detailed look at exhaustible resource allocation. The inclusion of this material offers instructors unmatched
latitude in their choice of technical level and topic coverage. Those
who desire to teach a calculus-based course will find comprehensive
coverage of optimization theory in the appendices to Chapters 3, 9,
By Katz Morgan, University of Nottingham, Michael L Katz, University of
California-Berkeley and Harvey S Rosen, Princeton University
2005/650pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-710907-3/MHID:0-07-710907-4
McGraw-Hill UK Title
http://www.mcgraw-hill.co.uk/textbooks/morgan
Contents
Chapter 1: The Market Economy.
PartOne:TheHousehold.
Chapter 2: Consumer Choice.
Chapter 3: Comparative Statics and Demand.
Chapter 4: Price Changes and Consumer Welfare.
Chapter 5: The Household as Supplier.
Chapter 6: Choice under Uncertainty.
PartTwo:Thefirm.
Chapter 7: The Firm and It’s Goal.
Chapter 8: Technology and Production.
Chapter 9: Cost.
PartThree:TheCompetitiveModel.
Chapter 10: The Price-Taking Firm.
Chapter 11: Equilibrium in Competitive Markets.
Chapter 12: General Equilibrium and Welfare Economics.
PartFour:MarketPower.
Chapter 13: Monopoly.
Chapter 14: More on Price-Making Firms.
Chapter 15: Oligopoly and Strategic Behaviour.
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Managerial Economics
Chapter 16: Game Theory.
PartFive:MissingMarkets.
Chapter 17: Asymmetric Information.
Chapter 18: Externalities and Public Goods
NEW
International Edition
International Edition
MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS
STRATEGY
6th Edition
MICROECONOMICS
3rd Edition
By Michael L Katz, University of California, Berkeley, and Harvey S
Rosen, Princeton University
1998/672pages
ISBN-13:978-0-256-17176-1/MHID:0-256-17176-9
(OutofPrint)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-115354-6/MHID:0-07-115354-3[IE]
By Michael Baye, Indiana University-Bloomington
2008(October2007)/672pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-337568-7/MHID:0-07-337568-3
ISBN-13:978-0-07-126320-7/MHID:0-07-126320-9[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/baye6e
Baye’s Managerial Economics and Business Strategy remains the
best-selling managerial economics textbook. It was the first textbook
to provide students with the tools from intermediate microeconomics,
game theory, and industrial organization to make sound managerial decisions. Baye is known for his real-world examples, frontier
research, inclusion of modern topics not found in other managerial
books, as well as balanced coverage of traditional and modern microeconomic tools. The Sixth Edition retains all of these signature
features, and it includes a number of new class-tested features. These
include enhanced pedagogical features such as learning objectives,
new and updated business applications, additional end-of-chapter
problems, better prose, and updated data. Additionally, the Time
Warner Case, introduced last edition, is strengthened in the Sixth
Edition with detailed teaching notes and nine additional end-of-case
problems.
Contents
Chapter 1 The Market Economy.
PartITheHousehold:
Chapter 2 Consumer Choice.
Chapter 3 Comparative Statics and Demand.
Chapter 4 Price Changes and Consumer welfare.
Chapter 5 The Household as Supplier.
Chapter 6 Choice Under Uncertainty.
PartIITheFirm:
Chapter 7 The Firm and Its Goals.
Chapter 8 Technology and Production.
Chapter 9 Cost.
PartIIITheCompetitiveModel:
Chapter 10 The Price-Taking Firm.
Chapter 11 Equilibrium in Competitive Markets.
Chapter 12 General Equilibrium and Welfare Economics.
PartIVMarketPower:
Chapter 13 Monopoly.
Chapter 14 More on Price-Making Firms.
Chapter 15 Oligopoly and Strategic Behavior.
Chapter 16 Game Theory.
Chapter 17 Asymmetric Information.
Chapter 18 Externalities and Public Goods.
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 New learning objectives: Each chapter now begins with clearly
identified learning objectives, designed to enhance the learning
experience and help implement AACSB’s mandate to demonstrate
student learning.
 New end-of-chapter material: Over 30 new problems and applications were added to the Sixth Edition; new material is included at
the end of each chapter set so that existing problem numbers match
those in the Sixth Edition, making for an easy transition.
 Enhanced Time Warner case: Includes a revised introduction and
conclusion to the case study, as well as nine new end-of-case problems (called Memos), bringing the total to 14. New detailed teaching
notes and solutions to Memos were created for instructors. The case
allows students to see the practical utility of managerial economics
in shaping business strategy.
 Expanded teaching notes for additional cases: The IRCD
contains 10 additional full-length cases prepared by Michael Baye
and Patrick Scholten, complete with newly expanded and improved
teaching notes with links to chapter content.
Complimentarydeskcopiesareavailablefor
courseadoptiononly.Kindlycontactyour
localMcGraw-HillRepresentativeorfaxthe
ExaminationCopyRequestFormavailableon
thebackpagesofthiscatalog.
 Expanded Student OLC: Now includes data for the Time Warner
Case Memos, data needed for various end-of-chapter problems,
spreadsheet versions of key tables, and spreadsheet macros that
students can use to find the optimum price and quantity under a
variety of market settings.
Visit McGraw-Hill Education
Website: www.mheducation.com
COMPLIMENTARY COPIES

Updated test bank with 100% revised and 10% new problems

Fully updated text data and boxed examples
Contents
Chapter 1: The Fundamentals of Managerial Economics
Chapter 2: Market Forces: Demand and Supply
Chapter 3: Quantitative Demand Analysis
Chapter 4: The Theory of Individual Behavior
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Chapter 5: The Production Process and Costs
Chapter 6: The Organization of the Firm
Chapter 7: The Nature of Industry
Chapter 8: Managing in Competitive, Monopolistic, and Monopolistically Competitive Markets
Chapter 9: Basic Oligopoly Models
Chapter 10: Game Theory: Inside Oligopoly
Chapter 11: Pricing Strategies for Firms with Market Power
Chapter 12: The Economics of Information
Chapter 13: Advanced Topics in Business Strategy
Chapter 14: A Manager’s Guide to Government in the Marketplace
Case Study: Challenges at Time Warner: A Case Study in Business
Strategy
NEW
Chapter 4 Basic estimation techniques
PartII:Demandanalysis
Chapter 5 Theory of consumer behavior
Chapter 6 Elasticity and demand
Chapter 7 Demand estimation and forecasting
PartIII:Productionandcostanalysis
Chapter 8 Production and cost in the short run
Chapter 9 Production and cost in the long run
Chapter 10 Production and cost estimation / On the website: Special
Topic Module 1: Linear programming
PartIV:Profit-maximizationinvariousmarketstructures
Chapter 11 Managerial decisions in competitive markets
Chapter 12 Managerial decisions for firms with market power
Chapter 13 Strategic decision making in oligopoly markets
PartV:Advancedmanagerialdecisionmaking
Chapter 14 Advanced techniques for profit maximization
Chapter 15 Decisions under risk and uncertainty
On the website: Special Topic Module 2: Investment decisions
Appendix: statistical tables
Answers to technical problems
International Edition
MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
9th Edition
International Edition
By Christopher R Thomas, University of South
Florida and S Charles Maurice (Deceased)
MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS AND
ORGANIZATIONAL ARCHITECTURE
4th Edition
By James Brickley, and Clifford Smith, University of Rochester, and Jerold
Zimmerman, University of Rochester
2007(May2006)/704pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-352301-9/MHID:0-07-352301-1
ISBN-13:978-0-07-110633-7/MHID:0-07-110633-2[IE]
2008(March2007)/704pages
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Thomas and Maurice’s Managerial Economics teaches students how
to use microeconomic theory to analyze business decisions. In a clear
and engaging writing style, Christopher Thomas carries on the tradition he and Charles Maurice shepherded for eight previous editions
in the 9th edition. The 9th Edition explores the current market forces
that create both opportunities and constraints for business enterprises.
The book has enjoyed success in part because of its mid-level of rigor,
clarity of presentation, and end-of-chapter material.
neW to tHIs eDItIon

New Analysis of consumer and producer surplus

New chapter on government regulation of business
 Analysis of advanced pricing techniques now includes a modern
treatment of several methods of price discrimination
 New Student CD contains the FREE Student Workbook (formerly
salable), PPT slides of images, Consulting Projects, data files, Illustrations from previous editions, and a tutorial “Review of Derivatives and
Optimization.” Thomas continues to author this material.
 Nearly every chapter is updated to reflect current research and
market trends
Contents
PartI:somepreliminaries
Chapter 1 Managers, profits, and markets
Chapter 2 Demand, supply, and market equilibrium
Chapter 3 Marginal analysis for optimal decision making
With two distinct objectives, this text’s approach to managerial economics takes models from recent economics research and applies the
research to the internal structure of a firm. After teaching basic applied
economics, the authors look inside the firm and apply this analysis to
management decision making. Authors Brickley, Smith, and Zimmerman contend that organizational architecture consists of three aspects
of corporate organization: the assignment of decision rights within the
company; methods of rewarding individuals; the structure of systems
to evaluate the performance of both individuals and business units.
These three components can be likened to a stool with three legs.
If one of the legs is shorter, the stool is out of balance. These three
elements must be in balance in the organization as well.
Contents
Part1:BasicConcepts.
Chapter 1 Introduction.
Chapter 2 Economist’s View of Behavior.
Chapter 3 Markets, Organizations, and the Role of Knowledge. Part
2:ManagerialEconomics.
Chapter 4 Demand.
Chapter 5 Production and Cost.
Chapter 6 Market Structure.
Chapter 7 Pricing with Market Power.
Chapter 8 Economics of Strategy: Creating and Capturing Value.
Chapter 9 Economics of Strategy: Game Theory.
Chapter 10 Incentive Conflicts and Contracts.
Part3:DesigningOrganizationalArchitecture.
Chapter 11 Organizational Architecture.
Chapter 12 Decision Rights: The Level of Empowerment.
Chapter 13 Decision Rights: Bundling Tasks into Jobs and Subunits.
Chapter 14 Attracting and Retaining Qualified Employees.
Chapter 15 Incentive Compensation.
Chapter 16 Individual Performance Evaluation.
Chapter 17 Divisional Performance Evaluation.
Capstone Case Study on Organizational Architecture: Arthur An-
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Environmental
Economics
derson LLP.
Part4:ApplicationsofOrganizationalArchitecture.
Chapter 18 Corporate Governance.
Chapter 19 Vertical Integration and Outsourcing.
Chapter 20 Leadership: Motivating Change within Organizations.
Chapter 21 Understanding the Business Environment: The Economics of Regulation.
Chapter 22 Ethics and Organizational Architecture.
Chapter 23 Organizational Architecture and the Process of Management Innovation
International Edition
ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS
4th Edition
By Barry C. Field, University of Massachusetts-Amherst and Martha K
Field, Greenfield Community College
2006/528pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-313751-3/MHID:0-07-313751-0
ISBN-13:978-0-07-125585-1/MHID:0-07-125585-0[IE]
THE ECONOMICS OF ORGANIZATIONS AND
STRATEGY
By Sean Richard, Cranfield
2006(March2006)/512pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-710813-7/MHID:0-07-710813-2
Twenty-one chapters covering Cost and Benefits of Environmental
Policy, Environmental Analysis, Policy Analysis, US Policy (Air Pollution, Toxic Wastes, State and Local Issues), and International
Environmental Issues.
McGraw-Hill UK Title
To operate as a successful manager requires an economic way of
thinking, in particular a clear focus on efficiency and the working of
markets. The Economics of Organizations and Strategy integrates
business strategy within an economics framework, to give an economic perspective on areas of business such as organizational behaviour,
marketing, finance, human resources and operations management.
The book opens with an in-depth treatment of key microeconomic
theories and concepts. It then builds on these introductory topics
to show how a firm’s external business environment influences and
constrains strategy formulation and behaviour, before moving on
to analyse the firm as an organization. Drawing on microeconomic
theories and concepts, variations in management structures are explained; for example, decision making hierarchies, reward systems
and organizational boundaries.
Contents
Part1:Introduction
Chapter 1 ~ Economic Organisations, Games and Strategies
Part2:TheFirmandtheCreationofValue
Chapter 2 ~ Alternative Approaches to the Firm
Chapter 3 ~ Vertical and Virtual Boundaries
Chapter 4 ~ Horizontal boundaries and Diversification
Chapter 5 ~ Growth and Entrepreneurship
Chapter 6 ~ Corporate Control and Organisational Design
Chapter 7 ~ Incentives and Human Resource Management
Part3:CapturingValuefromtheMarket
Chapter 8 ~ Market Structure and the Strategic Environment
Chapter 9 ~ Imperfect Competition and Government Intervention
Chapter 10 ~ The Dominant Firm and Predation
Chapter 11 ~ Price Discrimination and Bundling
Chapter 12 ~ Reputation and Vertical Restraints
Chapter 13 ~ Product Differentiation and Advertising
Chapter 14 ~ Invention, Innovation and Competitive Advantage
Contents
Section1–Introduction
1 What is Environmental Economics?
2 The Economy and the Environment
Section2–AnalyticalTools
3 Benefits and Costs, Supply and Demand
4 Economic Efficiency and Markets
5 The Economics of Environmental Quality
Section3–EnvironmentalAnalysis
6 Frameworks of Analysis
7 Benefit-Cost Analysis: Benefits 8 Benefit-Cost Analysis: Costs Section4–EnvironmentalPolicyAnalysis
9 Criteria for Evaluating Environmental Policies
10 Decentralized Policies: Liability Laws, Property Rights, Voluntary
Action
11 Command-and-Control Strategies: The Case of Standards
12 Incentive-Based Strategies: Emission Charges and Subsidies
13 Incentive-Based Strategies: Transferable Discharge Permits
Section5–EnvironmentalPolicyintheUnitedStates
14 Federal Water Pollution – Control Policy
15 Federal Air Pollution – Control Policy
16 Federal Policy on Toxic and Hazardous Substances
17 State and Local Environmental Issues
Section6–InternationalEnvironmentalIssues
18 Comparative Environmental Policies
19 Economic Development and the Environment
20 The Global Environment
21 International Environmental Agreements
Appendix: Abbreviations and Acronyms Used in the Book / Name
Index / Subject Index
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Econometrics
BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
By Justin Paul
2006(April2006)/520pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-060396-7/MHID:0-07-060396-0
McGraw-Hill India Title
An indispensable text for the students of MBA, PGDM, BBA, BBM,
M Com and B Com
International Edition
Contents
INVITATION TO PUBLISH
PART1:POLITICALECONOMY,DEVELOPMENTECONOMICS,
GOVERNMENTANDSOCIETY
1. Economic Systems
2. Economic Growth and Development
PARTII:INDIANECONOMYANDBUSINESSENVIRONMENT
3. Anatomy of Indian Economy
4. Globalisation and Business Environment
PARTIII:BUSINESSENVIRONMENTINTHEINDUSTRIALSECTOR
5. Industrial Sector – Past, Present and Future
6. Industry Analysis – Textiles, Electronics and Automobiles
7. Industry Analysis – FMCG, Chemicals and Pharmacueticals
PARTIV:ECONOMICPOLICIES
8. Privatisation – Problems and Prospects
9. Fiscal Policy, Union Budget and Taxation
10. Monetary Policy and Banking Sector Reforms
PARTV:TECHNOLOGYANDBUSINESSENVIRONMENT
11. Technological Environment: Developments in the Banking Sector
PARTVI:INVESTMENTENVIRONMENT,OPPORTUNITIESAND
INDICATORS:LEGALANDREGULATORYSYSTEMS
12. Capital Market, Stock Exchanges and Present Scenario
13. Legal Environment of Business, Mergers and Acquisitions
PART VII: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, ENVIRONMENT AND
EXTERNALSECTOR
14. WTO, Agreements and Current Issues
15. India’s Trade Policy
16. External Sector – BoP, Currency Convertibility, ADR-GDRs and
FEMA
PARTVIII:SOCIALENVIRONMENT
17. Social Environment in India and China
18. Corporate governance and Corporate Social Responsibility
PARTIX:GLOBALECONOMYANDBUSINESSENVIRONMENT
19. Business Environment in Europe
20. Business Environment in SAARC Countries
21. Business Environment in South America
Business Environment in North America
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ESSENTIALS OF ECONOMETRICS
3rd Edition
By Damodar N Gujarati, United States Military Academy West Point
2006/544pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-313594-6/MHID:0-07-313594-1
(withDataDiskCD)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-124448-0/MHID:0-07-124448-4
[IEwithDataCD]
http://www.mhhe.com/economics/gujaratiess3
This text provides a simple and straightforward introduction to econometrics for the beginner. The author’s intent is to provide the student
with a “user friendly,” non-intimidating introduction to econometric
theory and techniques. The book motives students to understand
econometric techniques through extensive examples, careful explanations, and a wide variety of problem material. The audience
is undergraduate economics, agricultural economics, and business
administration majors, MBA students and others in the social and
behavioral sciences where econometric techniques, especially the
techniques of linear regression analysis, are used.
Contents
Chapter 1 The Nature and Scope of Econometrics
PARTIBasicsofProbabilityandStatistics
Chapter 2 Review of Statistics I: Probability and Probability Distributions
Chapter 3 Characteristics of Probability Distributions
Chapter 4 Some Important Probability Distributions
Chapter 5 Statistical Inference: Estimation and Hypothesis Testing
PARTIITheLinearRegressionModel
Chapter 6 Basic Ideas of Linear Regression: The Two-Variable Model
Chapter 7 The Two-Variable Model: Hypothesis Testing
Chapter 8 Multiple Regression: Estimation and Hypothesis Testing
Chapter 9 Functional Forms of Regression Models
Chapter 10 Dummy Variable Regression Models
Chapter 11 Model Selection: Criteria and Tests
PARTIIIRegressionAnalysisInPractice
Chapter 12 Multicollinearity: What Happens if Explanatory Variable
Are Correlated
Chapter 13 Heteroscedasticity: What Happens If The Error Variance
Is Nonconstant
Chapter 14 Autocorrelation: What Happens If Error Terms Are Correlated
PARTIVIntroductiontoSimultaneousEquationModels
Chapter 15 Simultaneous Equation Models
Chapter 16 Selected Topics in Single Equation Regression Models
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7. Multiple Regression Analysis: The Problem of Estimation.
8. Multiple Regression Analysis: The Problem of Inference.
9. Regression on Dummy variables.
10. Multicollinearity: What happens if the Regressor are correlated.
11. Heteroscedasticity.
12. Autocorrelation.
13. Econometric Modeling I: Traditional Econometric Methodology.
14. Econometric Modeling II: Alternative Econometric Methodologies.
15. Regression on Dummy Dependent Variable: The LPM, Probit,
and Tobit Models
16. Nominal Ordinal and other Limited Dependent Variable regression models.
17. Dynamic Econometric Model: Autoregressive and Distributed
Lag Models.
18. Simultaneous-Equation Models.
19. The Identification Problem.
20. Simultaneous-Equation Methods.
21. Time Series Econometrics I: Stationarity, Unit Roots, and Cointegration.
22. Time Series Econometrics II: ARIMA and VAR Models.
23. Non-linear in the Parameter Regression Models
24. Panel Data Regression Models
Appendixes A. A Review of Some Statistical Concepts B. Rudiments
of Matrix Algebra C. Linear Regression Model in Matrix Notation D.
Statistical Tables
Selected Bibliography
Indexes: Name Index / Subject Index
International Edition
ECONOMETRICS
By Stephen Schmidt, Union College
2005(March2004)/524pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-298316-6/MHID:0-07-298316-7
(withDataCD)-Outofprint
ISBN-13:978-0-07-320030-9/MHID:0-07-320030-1
(Revised,withDataCD)-OutofPrint
ISBN-13:978-0-07-111396-0/MHID:0-07-111396-7
[IEwithDataCD]
ISBN-13:978-0-07-110541-5/MHID:0-07-110541-7
[IEwithDataCD,Revised]
http://www.mhhe.com/economics/schmidt1
Contents
Part1:EconometricAnalysis
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Designing an econometric project
Part2:ProbabilityandStatistics
Chapter 3 Random variables
Chapter 4 Estimation
Chapter 5 Hypothesis testing
Part3:LinearRegression
Chapter 6 Least Squares Regression
Chapter 7 Properties of the least squares estimator
Chapter 8 Multivariate regression
Part4:TopicsinLinearRegression
Chapter 9 Selecting a Functional Form
Chapter 10 Determining the econometric specification
Chapter 11 Instability of the regression equation
Part5:ViolationsoftheRegressionModel
Chapter 12 Autocorrelation
Chapter 13 Heteroskedasticity
Chapter 14 Estimating multiple equations
Part6:AdvancedTopics
Chapter 15 Endogenous variables
Chapter 16 Forecasting
Chapter 17 Time series analysis
Chapter 18 Nonlinear models
Chapter 19 Dummy dependent variables
Chapter 20 General discrete choice models
SCHAUM’S OUTLINE OF STATISTICS AND
ECONOMETRICS
2nd Edition
By Dominick Salvatore and Derrick Reagle of Fordham University
2002/256pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-134852-2/MHID:0-07-134852-2
A Schaum’s Publication
Contents
International Edition
BASIC ECONOMETRICS
4th Edition
By Damodar N Gujarati, United States Military Academy West Point
2003
ISBN-13:978-0-07-247852-5/MHID:0-07-247852-7
(withDataDisk,MandatoryPacakge)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-123017-9/MHID:0-07-123017-3
[IEwithCD]
http://www.mhhe.com/economics/gujarati4
Contents
1. The Nature of Regression Analysis.
2. Two-Variable Regression Analysis: Some Basic Ideas.
3. Two Variable Regression Model: The Problem of Estimation.
4. The Normality Assumption: Classical Normal Linear Regression
Model.
5. Two-Variable Regression: Interval Estimation and Hypothesis
Testing.
6. Extensions of the Two-Variable Linear Regression Model.
Introduction.
Descriptive Statistics.
Probability and Probability Distributions.
Statistics Inference: Estimation.
Statistical Inference: Testing Hypothesis.
Statistics Examination.
Simple Regression Analysis.
Multiple Regression Analysis.
Problems in Regression Analysis.
Further Techniques and Applications in Regression Analysis.
Simultaneous-Equations Methods.
Time Series Econometrics.
Statistics Examination.
Bionomial Distribution.
Poisson Distribution.
Standard Normal Distribution.
Table of Random Numbers.
Student t Distribution.
Chi-Square Distribution.
F Distribution.
Durbin-Watson Statistics.
Critical Values of Runs in the Run Tests.
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Mathematical Economics
International Edition
ECONOMETRIC MODELS AND ECONOMIC
FORECASTS
4th Edition
By Robert S Pindyck, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Daniel L
Rubinfeld, University of California, Berkeley
1998
ISBN-13:978-0-07-913292-5/MHID:0-07-913292-8
ISBN-13:978-0-07-115836-7/MHID:0-07-115836-7[IE]
NEW
MATHEMATICS FOR
ECONOMICS
Contents
The Basics of Regression Analysis:
Chapter 1. Introduction to the Regression Model.
Chapter 2. Elementary Statistics.
Chapter 3. The Two-Variable Regression Model.
Chapter 4. The Multiple Regression Model.
Chapter 5. Using the Multiple Regression Model.
Chapter 6. Serial Correlation and Heterosedasticity.
Chapter 7. Instrumental Variables and Model Specification.
Chapter 8. Forecasting with a Single-Equation Regression Model.
Chapter 9. Single-Equation Estimation.
Chapter 10. Nonlinear and Maximum-Likelihood Estimation.
By Rebecca Taylor, Nottingham Trent University
2008(March2008)/512pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-710786-4/MHID:0-07-710786-1
McGraw-Hill UK Title
Mathematics for Economics is a text that focuses specifically on
encouraging and motivating students to learn through the use of
learning tools (student notes, real world examples), teaching aids
(seminar activities, teaching tips) and a recognition of different student
learning styles.
International Edition
Contents
ECONOMETRIC METHODS
4th Edition
Chapter 1 ~ Mathematical Review
Chapter 2 ~ Linear Equations
Chapter 3 ~ Linear Equations--Further Topics
Chapter 4 ~ Linear Programming
Chapter 5 ~ Finance & Growth
Chapter 6 ~ Non-Linear Equations
Chapter 7 ~ Differentiation
Chapter 8 ~ Partial Differentiation
Chapter 9 ~ Integration Chapter 10 ~ Matrices
By John Johnston, University of California, Irvine and John DiNardo,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1997/480pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-913121-8/MHID:0-07-913121-2
(with3.5”disk)-(OutofPrint)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-115342-3/MHID:0-07-115342-X
[IEwith3.5”Disk]
ISBN-13:978-0-07-125964-4/MHID:0-07-125964-3
[IEwithCD]
Contents
1 Relationships Between Two Variables
2 Further Aspects of Two Variable Relationships
3 The k-Variable Linear Equation
4 Some Tests of the k-Variable Linear Equation for Specification
Error
5 Maximum Likelihood (ML), Generalized Least Squares (GLS), and
Instrumental Variable (IV) Estimators
6 Heteroscedasticity and Autocorrelation
7 Single Equation Modeling I: The Univariate Case
8 Single Equation Modeling II: The Multivariate Case
9 Multiple Equation Models
10 Generalized Method of Moments
11 A Smorgasbord of Computationally Intensive Methods
12 Limited Dependent Variable and Related Models
13 Panel Data
SCHAUM’S EASY OUTLINE OF
INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL
ECONOMICS
By Edward T Dowling, Fordham University
2006/160pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-145534-3/MHID:0-07-145534-5
A Schaum’s Publication
When you are looking for a quick nuts-and-bolts overview, there’s
no series that does it better. Schaum’s Easy Outline of Introduction
to Mathematical Economics is a pared-down, simplified, and tightly
focused version of its predecessor.
 Designed to appeal to underprepared students and readers turned
off by dense text
 Cartoons, sidebars, icons, and other graphic pointers get the
material across fast
 Concise text focuses on the essence of the subject
 Delivers expert help from teachers who are authorities in their
fields
 Perfect for last-minute test preparation
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Special Determinants and Matrices and Their Use in Economics.
Comparative Statics and Concave Programming.
Integral Calculus: The Indefinite Integral.
Integral Calculus: The Definite Integral.
First-Order Differential Equations.
First Order Difference Equations.
Second-Order Differential Equations and Difference Equations.
Simultaneous Differential and Difference Equations.
The Calculus of Variations. Optimal Control Theory.
International Edition
FUNDAMENTAL METHODS OF
MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS
4th Edition
By Alpha C Chiang, University of Connecticut and Kevin Wainwright,
Simon Fraser University
2005/696pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-010910-0/MHID:0-07-010910-9
ISBN-13:978-0-07-123823-6/MHID:0-07-123823-9[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/www.mhhe.com/economics/chiang4e
Contents
PART1Introduction
Chapter 1: The Nature of Mathematical Economics
Chapter 2: Economic Models
PART2Static(orEquilibrium)Analysis
Chapter 3: Equilibrium Analysis in Economics
Chapter 4: Linear Models and Matrix Algebra
Chapter 5: Linear Models and Matrix Algebra (continued)
PART3Comparative-StaticAnalysis
Chapter 6: Comparative Statics and the Concept of the Derivative
Chapter 7: Rules of Differentiation and their use in Comparative
Statics
Chapter 8: Comparative-Static Analysis of General-Function Models
PART4OptimizationProblems
Chapter 9: Optimization: A Special Variety of Equilibrium Analysis
Chapter 10: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Chapter 11: The Case of More Than One Choice Variable
Chapter 12: Optimization with Equality Constraints
NEW Chapter 13: Further Topics in Optimization (includes Envelope
Theorem and Duality
PART5DynamicAnalysis
Chapter 14 Economic Analysis and Integral Calculus
Chapter 15 Continuous Time: First Order Differential Equations
Chapter 16 Higher-Order Differential Equations
Chapter 17 DiscreteTime: First Order Difference Equations
Chapter 18 Higher Order Difference Equations
Chapter 19 Simultaneous Differential Equations and Difference
Equations
NEW Chapter 20: Introduction to Optimal Control Theory
International Edition
THE STRUCTURE OF ECONOMICS
A Mathematical Analysis, 3rd Edition
By Eugene Silberberg, University of Washington and Wing Suen
2001/688pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-234352-6/MHID:0-07-234352-4
(OutofPrint)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-118136-5/MHID:0-07-118136-9[IE]
Contents
1. Comparative Statics and the Paradigm of Economics
2. Review of Calculus (One Variable)
3. Functions of Several Variables
4. Profit Maximization
5. Matrices and Determinants
6. Comparative Statics: The Traditional Methodology
7. The Envelope Theorem and Duality
8. The Derivation of Cost functions
9. Cost and Production Functions: Special Topics
10. The Derivation of Consumer Demand Functions
11. Special topics in Consumer Theory
12. Intertemporal Choice
13. Behavior under Uncertainty
14. Maximization with Inequality and Nonnegativity Constraints
15. Contracts and Incentives
16. Markets with Imperfect Information
17. General Equilibrium I: Linear Models
18. General Equilibrium II: Nonlinear Models
19. Welfare Economics
20. Resource Allocation over Time: Optimal Control theory
International Edition
SCHAUM’S OUTLINE OF INTRODUCTION
TO MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS
3rd Edition
By Edward T. Dowling, Fordham University
2001/523pages
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Review.
Economic Applications of Graphs and Equations.
The Derivative and the Rules of Differentiation.
Uses of the Derivative in Mathematics and Economics.
Calculus of Multivariable Functions.
Caculus of Multivariable Functions in Economics.
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions in Economics.
Differentiation of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions.
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Money and Banking
Committee now reflects the change from Chairman Alan Greenspan
to Chairman Ben S. Bernanke. This includes a revised discussion of
the procedures at the FOMC meeting, which were changed by the
new chairman.

NEW

MONEY, BANKING AND
FINANCIAL MARKETS
2nd Edition
By Stephen G Cecchetti, Brandeis University
2008(August2007)/704pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-352309-5/MHID:0-07-352309-7
http://www.mhhe.com/cecchetti2e
Cecchetti’s Money, Banking, and Financial Markets, 2e offers a
fresh, modern, and more student-friendly approach to the subject.
Students will find the material more relevant and interesting because
of the book’s unique emphasis on the Five Core Principles, the early
introduction of risk, and an integrated global perspective. Cecchetti
is THE money and banking book for today’s students. By focusing
on the big picture via core principles, Cecchetti teaches students the
rationale for financial rules and institutional structure so that even
when the financial system evolves, students’ knowledge will not be out
of date. The author draws on his vast experience, which includes: VP
at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, publishing in and editing
various journals, consulting for the European Central Bank, the Bank
of England, the Bank of Israel, and the Reserve Bank of Australia, as
well as his years of teaching at various schools including Ohio State,
Brandeis, Princeton, and Oxford University.
ExpandedGlobalPerspective
Cecchetti 2e expands the integrated global perspective with a new
series of features on China and India including the Chinese Stock Market, the Chinese Banking System, the balance sheet of the People’s
Bank of China, the Chinese Exchange Rate System and Growth and
Banking in China and India. Cecchetti 2e also introduces students to
increasingly important aspects of the international financial systems,
such as: Islamic Banking, Microfinance, and the relationship of collateral and property rights in less developed countries.
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Cecchetti 2e clarifies the section on Monetary Policy making it simpler
for students and more flexible for instructors. Chapter 21 introduces
the full macroeconomic model, including the dynamic aggregate
demand curve and the aggregate supply curve, and Chapter 22 is
now presented as a series of stand-alone applications of the model,
ordered in increasing complexity.
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 Each chapter now has 18 problems, ten conceptual and
eightanalytical.
Conceptual problems help students explore the abstract and more
theoretical aspects of the chapter material, while Analytical problems
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
CurrentCoverageoftheFed
The discussion of the Federal Reserve and the Federal Open Market
StrongPedagogyinEachChapter
In addition to the Your Financial World pieces in the text (described
above), each chapter includes many features to help the student
connect to the subject matter, including: Applying the Concept: Drawn
from history and relevant public policy debates, these sections show
how to put theory into practice and provide real-world examples of the
ideas introduced in the chapter. In the News: Each chapter concludes
with an article from the major business press (Wall Street Journal,
New York Times, Financial Times, and the Economist) that provides
practice in reading the financial news and helps students connect
textbook topics play out in the real world. Articles are followed by a
brief summary that points out the lessons meant to be gleaned from
the piece. Tools of the Trade: Inserted where appropriate to relate
practical knowledge relevant to the chapter, or provide brief reviews
of basic economics necessary for understanding something in the
chapter.
FeAtURes

FiveCorePrinciples
Cecchetti uses five core principles as the basis for understanding
concepts. These principles enable students to focus on the big picture,
and therefore learn the rationale for financial rules and institutional
structure. Because students aren’t overwhelmed by minute details,
they are able to retain and apply the most important concepts. These
five core principles are: time has value; risk requires compensation;
information is the basis for decisions; markets set prices and allocate
resources; and stability improves welfare.

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
TimelyandRelevantNews
Articles included in each chapter examine changes in technology,
like the use of mobile phones to make payments; the move away
from monetary aggregates by the vast majority of the world’s central
banks; a series of articles on the challenges facing the Federal Reserve policymakers.
LastingEducation
By focusing on the big picture via core principles, students learn the
rationale for financial rules and institutional structure. So when the
system evolves, their knowledge doesn’t immediately get out of date.
Rather, they can evaluate and understand any changes that develop.
Students will be able to understand what they read in the business
press for years to come, regardless of the field in which the student
ultimately works.

Student-Friendly
Cecchetti helps students grasp concepts more quickly and less painfully by eliminating more arcane concepts and unnecessary math.
Real-world examples that students can relate to are drawn from the
business and financial world events to illustrate the rationale behind
theory, formulas, and regulations.

GlobalPerspective
Cecchetti represents how the world works more realistically than other
books, including a parallel discussion of the world’s two most important
banks—the Federal Reserve Bank and the European Central Bank
(ECB). And unlike most other books, global issues are not segregated
in one chapter, but found throughout all chapters. Students will grasp
just how integrated the world economy has become.

FullCoverageoftheEuropeanCentralBank
More comprehensive and up-to-date information regarding the ECB
than any other text.

EarlyIntroductionofRisk
Cecchetti introduces the concept of risk early and then makes it a
central focus throughout the book. Students see how risk is central
to understanding the entire financial system.
 FinancialInstrumentsareStronglyEmphasizedtodescribe
alltypesoffinancialarrangements.
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Cecchetti contains separate chapters for bonds, stocks, and derivatives. Topics relating to bonds are a cornerstone of the course, and
are assigned by virtually everyone who teaches the class. Stocks and
derivatives are of growing importance and are of great interest to students, but there is more variance in how different courses emphasize
these topics. Having separate chapters allows instructors maximum
flexibility: Those with shorter courses can easily opt to skip certain
topics, while others can go into as much detail as they’d like.

YourFinancialWorld
Cecchetti includes special sections called Your Financial World that
demonstrate the relevance of the material by exploring related personal-finance topics. For instance, the chapter on Understanding Risk
includes a Your Financial World on choosing the right amount of car
insurance, while the chapter on foreign exchange explores whether it
is wise for students to invest in gold. Additionally, the chapter covering
bonds and the determination of interest rates relates this material to
the student via the topic of interest-only mortgages. These vignettes
are examples that students can understand and helps keep them
motivated and interested in the course material because they can
relate it to their own lives.
Determination
PartIII.FinancialInstitutions
Chapter 11. The Economics of Financial Intermediation
Chapter 12. Depository Institutions: Banks and Bank Management
Chapter 13. Financial Industry Structure
Chapter 14. Regulating the Financial System
PartIV.CentralBanks,MonetaryPolicy,andFinancialStability
Chapter 15. Central Banks in the World Today
Chapter 16. The Structure of Central Banks: The U.S. Federal Reserve
and the European Central Bank
Chapter 17. The Central Bank Balance Sheet and the Money Supply
Process
Chapter 18. Monetary Policy: Using Interest Rates to Stabilize the
Domestic Economy
Chapter 19. Exchange-Rate Policy and the Central Bank
Appendix 19: What You Really Need to Know about the Balance of
Payments
PartV.ModernMonetaryEconomics
Chapter 20. Money Growth, Money Demand, and Monetary Policy
Chapter 21. Monetary Policy and Aggregate Demand
Chapter 22. Understanding Business Cycles
Chapter 23. Monetary Policy, Output, and Inflation in the Short Run
Glossary / Index
International Edition
MONEY, BANKING AND FINANCIAL
MARKETS
International Economics
By Stephen G. Cecchetti
2006(January2005)/704pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-245269-3/MHID:0-07-245269-2
ISBN-13:978-0-07-111565-0/MHID:0-07-111565-X[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/economics/cecchetti
Stephen Cecchetti’s new text on Money and Banking offers a fresh,
more modern, and more student-friendly approach to the subject.
The author has drawn on his vast experience as Vice President at the
Federal Reserve Bank of New York, publishing in and editing various
journals, and consulting for the European Central Bank, the Bank of
England, the Bank of Israel, and the Reserve Bank of Australia as
well as his years of teaching at various schools including Ohio State,
Brandeis, Princeton, and Oxford University. Students will find the
material more relevant and interesting because of the book’s unique
emphasis on the Five Core Principles, the early introduction of risk,
and an integrated global perspective. Cecchetti is THE money and
banking book for today’s students; by focusing on the big picture via
core principles, Cecchetti teaches students the rationale for financial
rules and institutional structure so that even when the financial system
evolves, students’ knowledge will not be out of date.
NEW
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
6th Edition
By Dennis R Appleyard, Davidson College, Alfred
J Field, University of NC-Chapel Hill and Steven
Cobb, University of North Texas
2008(October2007)/800pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-337567-0/MHID:0-07-337567-5
Contents
Money, Banking, and Financial Markets Brief Contents
PartI.MoneyandtheFinancialSystem
Chapter 1. An Introduction to Money and the Financial System Chapter
2. Money and the Payments System
Chapter 3. Financial Instruments, Financial Markets, and Financial
Institutions
Part II. Interest Rates, Financial Instruments, and Financial
Markets
Chapter 4. Future Value, Present Value and Interest Rates
Appendix 4: The Algebra of Present-Value Formulas
Chapter 5. Understanding Risk
Appendix 5A: A Quick Test to Measure Your Risk Tolerance
Appendix 5B: The Mathematics of Diversification
Chapter 6. Bonds, Bond Prices and the Determination of Interest Rates
Chapter 7. The Risk and Term Structure of Interest Rates
Chapter 8. Stocks, Stock Markets and Market Efficiency
Chapter 9. Derivatives: Futures, Options and Swaps
Chapter 10. Foreign Exchange
Appendix 10: Interest Rate-Parity and Short-Run Exchange Rate
http://www.mhhe.com/appleyard6e
Appleyard, Field, and Cobb’s International Economics, 6th Edition is
an International Economics textbook that offers a consistent level of
analysis and treatment of the two main subdivisions of international
economics- international trade theory and policy and international
monetary theory and policy. Comprehensive and clear, the text helps
students move beyond recognition toward an understanding of current and future international events. As with each prior edition, the
authors provide current and timely information on the wide variety
of international economic phenomena in the 6th Edition. New boxed
items were added to cover emerging issues in the global economy.
Chapter material was updated to include recent developments in U.S.
trade policy, major changes in the European Union, progress in the
transition from command to market economies, and special issues
related to developing nations. These improvements are designed to
help readers both understand and appreciate the growing importance
of the global economy in their lives.
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 NEW Learning Objectives: Every chapter begins with a set of
explicit learning objectives to help students focus on key concepts.
The learning objectives can also be useful to instructors in selecting
material to cover in their respective classes.
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
13th Edition
 NEW organization of pedagogical boxes: Chapter pedagogy
was updated, renamed and reorganized to allow for better instructor
and student ease of use. The pedagogy is now as follows: 1) “In the
Real Wold” boxes, which provide examples of current international
issues and developments drawn from the headlines; 2) “Concept”
boxes contain further elaboration or graphical representation for
particularly critical concepts; 3) “Titans of International Economics”
boxes feature cases where prominent figures in the field are profiled
with biographical information.
http://www.mhhe.com/economics/pugel13
By Thomas Pugel, New York University
2007(May2006)/800pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-352302-6/MHID:0-07-352302-X
ISBN-13:978-0-07-125977-4/MHID:0-07-125977-5[IE]
 Updated Chapter Opening Vignettes: This feature was met with
positive feedback after it was introduced last edition; as a result,
they were updated in order to focus on the material’s real world
applicability.
This classic text has sold well for a half century because it covers
all the conventional areas of international economics in an easy-tounderstand manner. The 13th edition continues to provide the best
blend of events and analysis, so that readers can build their abilities to
understand global economic developments and to evaluate proposals
for changes in economic policies. The book is informed by current
events and by the latest in applied international research. It combines
rigorous economic analysis with attention to the issues of economic
policy that are alive and important today. This concise and readable
text uses economic terminology when it enhances the analysis, but
avoids jargon for jargon’s sake. Like earlier editions, it also places
international economics events within a historical framework. The
overall treatment continues to be intuitive rather than mathematical
and is strongly oriented towards policy.
Contents
Contents
INTRODUCTION
1. The World of International Economics
PARTI
2. Early Trade Theories: Mercantilism and the Transition to the Classical World of David Ricardo
3. The Classical World of David Ricardo and Comparative Advantage
4. Extensions and Tests of the Classical Model of Trade
PARTII
5. Introduction to Neoclassical Trade Theory: Tools to Be Employed
6. Gains from Trade in Neoclassical Theory
7. Offer Curves and the Terms of Trade
8. The Basis for Trade: Factor Endowments and the HeckscherOhlin Model
9. Empirical Tests of the Factor Endowments Approach
PARTIII
10. Post Heckscher-Ohlin Theories of Trade and Intra-Industry
Trade
11. Economic Growth and International Trade
12. International Factor Movements
PARTIV
13. The Instruments of Trade Policy
14. The Impact of Trade Policies
15. Arguments for Interventionist Trade Policies
16. Political Economy and Recent U.S. Trade Policy
17. Economic Integration
18. International Trade and the Developing Countries
PARTV
19. The Balance of Payments Accounts
20. The Foreign Exchange Market
21. International Financial Markets and Instruments: An Introduction
22. The Monetary and Portfolio Balance Approaches to External
Balance
23. Price Adjustments and Balance of Payments Disequilibrium
24. National Income and the Current Account
PARTVI
25. Economic Policy in the Open Economy: Fixed Exchange Rates
26. Economic Policy in the Open Economy: Flexible Exchange
Rates
27. Prices and Output in the Open Economy: Aggregate Supply and
Demand
PARTVII
28. Fixed or Flexible Exchange Rates?
29. The International Monetary System: Past, Present, and Future
1. International Economics Is Different.
PartI:TheTheoryofInternationalTrade.
2. The Basic Theory Using Demand and Supply.
3. Why Everybody Trades: Comparative Advantage and Factor
Proportions.
4. Who Gains and Who Loses from Trade?
5. Alternative Theories of Trade.
6. Growth and Trade.
PartII:TradePolicy.
7. The Basic Analysis of Tariffs.
8. Nontariff Barriers to Imports.
9. Arguments For and Against Protection.
10. Pushing Exports.
11. Trade Blocs and Trade Blocks.
12. Trade and the Environment.
13. Trade Policies for Developing and Transition Countries.
14. Multinationals and Migration: International Factor Movements.
PartIII:UnderstandingForeignExchange.
15: Payments Among Nations.
16. The Foreign Exchange Market.
17. Forward Exchange and International Financial Investment.
18. What Determines Exchange Rates.
19. Government Policies Toward the Foreign Exchange Market.
20. International Lending and Financial Crises.
PartIV:MacroPoliciesforOpenEconomies.
21. How Does the Open Macroeconomy Work?
22. Internal and External Balance with Fixed Exchange Rates.
23. Floating Exchange Rates and Internal Balance.
24. National and Global Choices: Floating Rates and the Alternatives.
Appendix A: Where the International Information Is.
Appendix B: Deriving Production-Possibilities Curves.
Appendix C: Offer Curves.
Appendix D: The Nationally Optimal Tariff.
Appendix E: Many Parities at Once.
Appendix F: Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply in the Open
Economy.
Appendix G: Devaluation and the Current Account
 Updated important topics of discussion: Includes recent developments in U.S. trade policy, major changes in the European Union,
progress in the transition from command to market economies, and
special issues related to developing nations.
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INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
4th Edition
By Francis Cherunilam, Cochin University of Science and Technology
2005(December2005)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-059942-0/MHID:0-07-059942-4
McGraw-Hill India Title
Contents
Part 1: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND THE GLOBAL
ECONOMY
1. Introduction
2.International Economic Gap and NIEO
3. Global Trade
4. Globalisation
Part2:BASESOFTRADEANDDEVELOPMENT
5. Analytical Tools
6. Theories of International Trade
7. Gains from trade and Terms of Trade
8 Economic Growth and Trade
Part3:TRADEPOLPCIESANDISSUES
9. Trade Strategy
10. Trade Barriers
11. International Cartels, Commodity Agreements and State Trading
12. Social Issues in Trade
Part4:ECONOMICINTEGRATIONANDCOOPERATION
13. Economic Integration
14. South-South Cooperation
Part5:INTERNATIONALMONETARYECONOMICS
15. Balance of Payments
16. Policies for Internal and External balance
17. International Monetary System
18. Foreign Exchange
19. International Liquidity and Reserves
20. International Banking and Eurocurrency Market
Part6:INTERNATIONALFACTORMOBILITY
21. International Capital Flows
22. Multinational Corporations
23. Transfer of Technology
24. Official Development Assistance
25. International Debt
26. International Migration
Part7:INTERNATIONALECONOMICORGANISATIONS
27. IMF and Development Organisations
28. World Trade Organisation
Part8:TRDEPOLICYANDPERFORMANCEOFINDIA
29. Trade Regulation and Promotion
30. Trade and BOP of India
Chapter 7: Why Do Countries Restrict Foreign Trade?
Chapter 8: Trade Policy: Past Present and Future
Chapter 9: Trade Discrimination: Free Trade Areas and Anti-Dumping Protection
Chapter 10: The Economics of International Investment
Chapter 11: The Many Forms of International Investment
Chapter 12: The Foreign Exchange Market
Chapter 13: Economics Policy in and Open Economy
Chapter 14: The Evolution of the International Financial System
Chapter 15: The International Migration of People
Chapter 16: Immigration Policy
Chapter 17: The Future Path of Globalization
SCHAUM’S OUTLINE OF INTERNATIONAL
ECONOMICS
4th Edition
By Dominick Salvatore, Fordham University—Bronx
1996/288pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-054950-0/MHID:0-07-054950-8
A Schaum’s Publication
Outstanding for its easy-to-understand explanations of international
economics, this guide covers all course fundamentals and supplements any class text. It takes students through the solution of hundreds
of problems dealing with demand and supply in trade, the foreign
exchange markets, flexible and fixed exchange rates and much more.
Also includes practice midterm and final exams.
History of Economic
Thought
International Edition
A HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THEORY AND
METHOD
4th Edition
By Robert B. Ekelund, Jr., Auburn University and Robert F. Herbert,
Auburn University
1997/688pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-021327-2/MHID:0-07-021327-5
(OutofPrint)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-114282-3/MHID:0-07-114282-7[IE]
International Edition
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
By Hendrik Van Den Berg, University of Nebraska—Lincoln
2004/672pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-239796-3/MHID:0-07-239796-9
(OutofPrint)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-121517-6/MHID:0-07-121517-4[IE]
Contents
Part I: Introduction and Early Beginnings.
Part II: The Classical Period.
Part III: Reactions and Alternatives to Classical Theory in the Nineteenth Century.
Part IV: Microeconomics in Europe and England.
Part V: Twentieth-Century Paradigms.
http://www.mhhe.com/economics/vandenberg/international
Contents
Chapter 1: International Economics and the Global Economy
Chapter 2: The Open Economy
Chapter 3: The Gains from Trade: A Partial Equilibrium View
Chapter 4: Why Nations Trade: A Partial Equilibrium View
Chapter 5: International Trade and Economic Growth
Chapter 6: Protectionism: How Nations Restrict Trade
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Labor Economics
of Labor
7 Alternative Pay Schemes and Labor Efficiency
8 The Wage Structure
9 Mobility, Migration, and Efficiency
10 Labor Unions and Collective Bargaining
11 The Economic Impact of Unions
12 Government and the Labor Market: Employment, Expenditures,
and Taxation
13 Government and the Labor market: Legislation and Regulation
14 Labor Market Discrimination
15 Job Search: External and Internal
16 The Distribution of Personal Earnings
17 Labor Productivity: Wages, Prices, and Employment
18 Employment and Unemployment
Appendix / Glossary / Answers to “Your Turn” Questions / Index
NEW
CONTEMPORARY LABOR
ECONOMICS
8th Edition
By Campbell R McConnell, University of Nebraska--Lincoln, Stanley L Brue, Pacific Lutheran
University and David Macpherson, Florida State
University-Tallahassee
NEW
2008(October2007)/640pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-351132-0/MHID:0-07-351132-3
International Edition
http://www.mhhe.com/mcconnellCLE8e
Contemporary Labor Economics, 8e presents the “new” labor economics. In the past, study of labor was highly descriptive, emphasizing
historical developments, facts, institutions, and legal considerations.
Labor markets and unemployment was given some attention, but
the analysis was typically minimal. This state of affairs has changed
significantly in recent decades. Economists have achieved important
breakthroughs in studying labor markets and problems. Labor economics is increasingly an applied field of micro and macro theory and
has become a critical part of the core of analytical economics. As a
result, the focus of the text is on the “new” labor economics. However,
it also presents traditional topics such as labor law, structure of unions,
and collective bargaining since these issues also play an important
role in labor markets. In the Eighth Edition, the authors deliver new
and updated discussions of public policy issues. Additionally, the
text’s integrated focus on global aspects of U.S. labor markets has
continued and been expanded with this edition.
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 The Eighth Edition was updated in many dimensions: all of the
data in the text has been updated; updated references to the professional literature; new Internet links and exercises; and updated
PowerPoint slides.
 New discussion of public policy issues include: illegal aliens
(chapter 9), human trafficking (chapter 9), union bargaining power
(chapter 11), private military companies (chapter 12), the gender
wage gap (chapter 14), unemployment benefits (chapter 18), and
participant direction in pension plans (chapter 7).
 Continuing and expanded emphasis on global aspects of U.S.
labor markets include: new World of Work boxes on human trafficking (Chapter 9), illegal aliens (Chapter 9), and the Danish flexicurity
labor market model (Chapter 18). These new World of Work boxes
join existing discussions of comparative advantage and international
trade (Chapter 5), outsourcing (Chapter 5), trade liberalization and
labor standards (Chapter 6), NAFTA (Chapter 6), international pay
differences (Chapter 8), international differences in the gender pay
gap (Chapter 14), and cross-country differences in intergenerational
earnings mobility (Chapter 16). Also, each chapter includes Global
Perspectives boxes that provide international comparisons in various topics.
Contents
1 Labor Economics: Introduction and Overview
2 The Theory of Individual Labor Supply
3 Population, Participation Rates, and Hours of Work
4 Labor Quality: Investing in Human Capital
5 The Demand for Labor 6 Wage Determination and the Allocation
LABOR ECONOMICS
4th Edition
By George J Borjas, Harvard University-Cambridge
2008(March2007)/544pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-340282-6/MHID:0-07-340282-6
ISBN-13:978-0-07-110142-4/MHID:0-07-110142-X[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/economics/borjas4
George Borjas’ well-received text blends coverage of traditional
topics with modern theory and developments into a superb Labor
Economics book. The Fourth Edition builds on the features and
concepts that made the first three editions successful, updating and
adding new content to keep the text on the cusp of recent events in
the Labor Economics field. In addition, 4/e offers greater instructor
support with a significant number of new end-of-chapter problems and
a new test bank. Labor Economics continues to be the most concise
book available on the subject, but despite its brevity, instructors
will find that all key topics are covered. Borjas’ integration of theory
with facts and coverage of latest research make his book one of the
most popular at the middle and upper end of the market. The text
stresses the ideas that labor economists use to understand how the
labor market works.
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 New policy applications and detailed descriptions of state-ofthe-art research studies
 Up-to-date end-of-chapter problems; a significant number of new
problems were added to each chapter
 A test bank is available to instructors for the first time; includes
30 multiple choice questions per chapter
 New examples and applications that involve labor markets or
policy shifts outside the United States
 New discussion on the impact of growth in Internet job search
activities by both firms and workers
 A thorough rewriting and reorganization of the material on immigration

The discussion on intergenerational mobility now includes a new
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section on the social mobility experienced by immigrant households
in the United States.

Updated discussion of changes in the U.S. wage structure.
 New analysis of the impact of welfare reform legislation on labor
supply.
 New section discussing the experimental approach that some
recent studies have used to measure the amount of discrimination
in the labor market.
Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction to Labor Economics
Chapter 2 Labor Supply
Chapter 3 Topics in Labor Supply
Chapter 4 Labor Demand
Chapter 5 Labor Market Equilibrium
Chapter 6 Compensating Wage Differentials
Chapter 7 Human Capital
Chapter 8 The Wage Structure
Chapter 9 Labor Mobility
Chapter 10 Labor Market Discrimination
Chapter 11 Labor Unions
Chapter 12 Labor Market Contracts
Chapter 13 Unemployment
Contents
1 Introduction and Axioms of Urban Economics.
2 Why Do Cities Exist?
3 Why Do Firms Cluster?
4 City Size. 5 Urban Growth.
6 Urban Land Rent.
7 Land-Use Patterns.
8 Neighborhood Choice.
9 Zoning and Growth Controls.
10 Externalities from Autos.
11 Mass Transit.
12 Crime.
13 Why Is Housing Different?
14 Housing Policy.
15 Local Government Spending.
16 Local Government Revenue
Public Finance
NEW
Urban Economics
International Edition
PUBLIC FINANCE
8th Edition
International Edition
By Harvey Rosen, Princeton University
URBAN ECONOMICS
6th Edition
By Arthur O’Sullivan, Lewis & Clark College
2007(January2006)/624pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-298476-7/MHID:0-07-298476-7
ISBN-13:978-0-07-124471-8/MHID:0-07-124471-9[IE]
2008(March2007)/624pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-351128-3/MHID:0-07-351128-5
ISBN-13:978-0-07-125939-2/MHID:0-07-125939-2[IE]
Arthur O’Sullivan’s Urban Economics is the leading text for this
small, but exciting market. This book covers urban economics as the
discipline that lies at the intersection of geography and economics.
The sixth edition is a thorough revision of previous incarnations—the
author has reorganized and rewritten every chapter to produce a sleek
and up-to-date text that will bring renewed attention to the Urban
Economics course. This sixth edition offers an extreme makeover from
previous editions while also incorporating the remarkable progress in
the field of urban economics in the last ten to fifteen years. Part I of
the book explains why cities exist and what causes them to grow or
shrink. Part II examines the market forces that shape cities and the
role of government in determining land-use patterns. Part III looks at
the urban transportation system, exploring the pricing and design of
public transit systems and the externalities associated with automobile
use (congestion, environmental damage, collisions). Part IV uses a
model of the rational criminal to explore the causes of urban crime
and the spatial consequences. Part V explains the unique features
of the housing market and examines the effects of government housing policies. The final part of the book explains the rationale for our
fragmented system of local government and explores the responses
of local governments to intergovernmental grants and the responses
of taxpayers to local taxes. All of the economic concepts used in the
book are covered in the typical intermediate microeconomics course,
but a Tools of Microeconomics appendix is included that covers the
key concepts for students whose exposure to microeconomics is
limited to an introductory course or who could benefit from a review
of intermediate concepts.
Public Finance 8/e benefits from the combined efforts of Harvey
Rosen’s market-leading book and new co-author Ted Gayer’s research
and government agency experience. Ted recently served as a Senior
Economist on the President’s Council of Economic Advisors and is
currently a member of the EPA’s Science Advisory Board. Additionally, Rosen served on the President’s Council of Economics Advisers,
2003-2005, as a member and chairman. As a result, the 8th edition
maintains the strengths of previous editions but is enhanced with new
material and current examples from public finance literature and the
policy world. It includes substantive changes that reflect the progress
that has been made in the field of public finance. These changes may
be divided into three categories: new organization, new material, and
new pedagogical features. As with previous editions, the book continues to draw upon the latest research while never losing sight of the
reality it is supposed to describe, always drawing the links between
economic analysis and current political issues.
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 Contains discussion of cutting edge empirical tools (chapter 2)
and integrates this material throughout the book when discussing empirical evidence of the effects of government programs and taxation
 Expanded coverage of social insurance, including: the economics
of insurance markets, the pros and cons of government provision of
insurance, an additional chapter on health markets, and more material
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on economics of Social Security system and reform. The Social Security material carefully explains the pros and cons of “privatization.”
 New partial text boxes that allow elaboration without sending
a signal that it is separate from the rest of the text. Text boxes are
labeled either Empirical Evidence or Policy Perspective.
Economic Growth
and Development
 New chapter on education and expanded material on applications
of externalities to environmental policy.

International Edition
Key term definitions are now included in the text margins.
ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
Part1:GettingStarted
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Tools Of Positive Analysis
Chapter 3: Tools Of Normative Analysis
Part 2: Public Expenditure: Public Goods And Externalities
Chapter 4: Public Goods
Chapter 5: Externalities
Chapter 6: Political Economy
Chapter 7: Education
Chapter 8: Cost-benefit Analysis
Part3:PublicExpenditure:SocialInsuranceAndIncomeMaintenance
Chapter 9: The Health Care Market
Chapter 10: Government And The Market For Health Care
Chapter 11: Social Security
Chapter 12: Income Redistribution: Conceptual Issues
Chapter 13: Expenditure Programs For The Poor
Part4:AFrameworkForTaxAnalysis
Chapter 14: Taxation And Income Distribution
Chapter 15: Taxation And Efficiency
Chapter 16: Efficient And Equitable Taxation
Part5:TheUnitedStatesRevenueSystem
Chapter 17: The Personal Income Tax
Chapter 18: Personal Taxation And Behavior
Chapter 19: The Corporation Tax
Chapter 20: Deficit Finance
Chapter 21: Fundamental Tax Reform: Taxes On Consumption And
Wealth
Part6:MultigovernmentPublicFinance
Chapter 22: Public Finance In A Federal System
By Hendrik Van Den Berg, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
2001/640pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-239797-0/MHID:0-07-239797-7
(OutofPrint)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-120197-1/MHID:0-07-120197-1
[IE-2Color]
ISBN-13:978-0-07-124951-5/MHID:0-07-124951-6
[IE-PODprintingin1Color]
INVITATION TO PUBLISH
Contents
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Contents
1 The Importance of Economic Growth
2 Economic Growth Throughout History
3 The Evolution of Growth Models: From Adam Smith to HarrodDomar
4 Solow’s Neoclassical Growth Model
5 How Well Does Solow’s Model Explain Economic Growth?
6 Technological Progress
7 Economic Growth and Population Growth Example: Kremer’s Model
of Long-Run Economic Growth
8 Financial Markets and Economic Growth
9 The Rate of Saving and Economic Growth
10 International Trade and Economic Growth
11 Globalization and Economic Growth
12 Education, Human Capital, and Growth
13 Institutions and Economic Growth
14 Government Institutions and Economic Growth
15 Why Would Anyone Be Against Economic Growth?
16 Are There Limits to Growth?
17 The Future of Economic Growth
Glossary
Bibliography
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ECONOMICS
Advanced
Microeconomics
PART III: EU POLICIES. The common agricultural policy. Location
effects, economic geography & regional policy. EU competition and
state aids policy. EU trade policy.
PART IV: MONETARY INTEGRATION: HISTORY AND PRINCIPLES.
A monetary history of Europe. The choice of an exchange rate regime.
The European monetary system.
PART V: MONETARY AND FISCAL POLICY IN THE EU. Optimum
currency area. The European monetary union. Fiscal policy and the
stability pact. The financial markets and the Euro
SCHAUM’S OUTLINE OF MICROECONOMIC
THEORY
4th Edition
By Dominick Salvatore, Fordham University
2006(May2006)/384pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-146236-5/MHID:0-07-146236-8
A Schaum’s Publication
This revision has been updated to cover the three most important
recent developments in microeconomics: game theory, oligopolistic
behavior, and the economics of information. Schaum’s Outline of
Microeconomics gives you a thorough grounding in the theories, principles, and background information on each topic in this vital field.
Asian Economics
NEW
CHINESE ECONOMY
Regional Economics
By Prof Cai Fang, Prof Justin Lin and Prof Cao Yong
2007(December2007)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-123206-7/MHID:0-07-123206-0
An Asian Publication
The Chinese Economy provides a systematic and comprehensive
analysis on the miracle of China’s economic development since
the economic reform started from early 1980s. It covers areas on
industry, agriculture, banking system, labor market, capital market,
economic growth, savings and investment, foreign trade and other
important aspects of the Chinese economy. Readers will also be
introduced to the most recent economic developments that had happened in China.
THE ECONOMICS OF EUROPEAN
INTEGRATION
2nd Edition
By Baldwin
2006(March2006)/512pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-711119-9/MHID:0-07-711119-2
McGraw-Hill UK Title
The Economics of European Integration, 2/e provides students with
an accessible presentation of the facts, theories and controversies
driving rapid change in the heart of Europe. The authors combine
essential elements of European history, institutions, law, politics
and policies with clear and accessible explanations of the economic
principles of European integration. The result is an expert analysis
of the contemporary status of integration within the European Union.
This second edition has been thoroughly updated and expanded to
incorporate recent developments within the European Union, and to
reflect current teaching in European Economics. New material in this
edition includes coverage of economic integration, labour markets and
migration; EU competition and state aid policy; and EU trade policy.
Designed for students taking modules in European economics, the
book offers a rigorous yet clear exposition of economic arguments
alongside examples, illustrations, and questions that bring this contemporary topic to life.
Contents
Preface.
PART I: HISTORY, FACTS AND INSTITUTIONS. History. Facts, law,
institutions and the budget decision making.
PART II: THE MICROECONOMICS OF ECONOMIC INTEGRATION. Essential microeconomic tools. The essential economics of
preferential liberalisation. Market size and scale economies. Growth
effects and capital market integration. Economic integration, labour
markets and migration.
THE HONG KONG ECONOMY
From Recovery to Restructure
By Kui-Wai Li
2005/480pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-124780-1/MHID:0-07-124780-7
An Asian Publication
Contents
List of Figures
List of Tables
Preface
1 Hong Kong’s Development and the Economism Paradigm
2 Economic Performance Patterns since the 1980s
3 Productivity, Unit Labour Cost and Competitiveness
4 Fiscal Policy: Challenge, Dilemma and Leadership
5 he Monetary and Financial Sector
6 The Real Estate Market
7 Trade and Changes in Comparative Advantage
8 Economic Integration: The Competitivity-Complementarity Model
9 Where is the Hong Kong Economy Heading?
References
Index
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OPERATIONS / DECISION SCIENCES
Business/Systems Dynamics..............................................................................53
Data Mining.........................................................................................................73
Enterprise Resource Planning.............................................................................72
Introductory Operations Management.................................................................53
Logistics & Supply Chain Management (Prof Ref)..............................................74
Management Science - Text................................................................................59
Operation Management Software.......................................................................59
Operation Management Supplement..................................................................58
Operation Research............................................................................................73
Operations Strategy............................................................................................65
Production/Inventory Control...............................................................................63
Project Management...........................................................................................63
Project Management (Prof Ref)...........................................................................74
Purchasing and Supply Chain Management.......................................................68
Quality Control/Management...............................................................................65
Quantitative Method - Text...................................................................................61
Service Operations Management........................................................................67
Upper Level Operations Management................................................................62
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NEW TITLES
OPERATIONS/DECISION SCIENCES
2009 Author
ISBN-13
MHID
Page
Matching Supply with Demand: An Intro to Operations Management, 2e
Cachon
9780073525167
0073525162
53, 68
Operations and Supply Management, 12e
Jacobs
9780077228934
0077228936
53
Production and Operations Analysis, 6e
Nahmias
9780073377858
0073377856
62
Operations Strategy: Competiting in the 21st Century
Beckman
9780072500783
0072500786
65
Operations Now: Supply Chain Profitability & Peformance w/std DVD, 3e
Finch
9780073297057
0073297054
54
Service Management, 6e
Fitzsimmons
9780073377834
007337783X
67
Project Management: The Managerial Process, 4e
Gray
9780073525150
0073525154
63
An Introduction to Management Science, 3e
Hillier
9780073129037
0073129038
59
Factory Physics, 3e
Hopp
9780072824032
0072824034
62
Supply Chain Science
Hopp
9780073403328
0073403326
68
Operations and Supply Management: The Core
Jacob
9780073294735
007329473X
55
Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Jonsson
9780077117382
0077117387
69
Spreadsheet Modeling for Business Decisions
Kros
9780073317922
0073317926
60
Operations Management
Leseure
9780077107888
0077107888
56
Operations Management: Contemporary Concepts & Cases, 4e
Schroeder
9780073377865
0073377864
54
Designing and Managing the Supply Chain, 3e
Simchi-Levi
9780072982398
007298239X
69
Principles and Tools for Supply Chain Management w/Student CD-ROM
Webster
9780072872682
0072872683
70
2008
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Business /
Systems Dynamics
Introductory Operations
Management
International Edition
NEW
International Edition
BUSINESS DYNAMICS
Systems Thinking And Modeling For A
Complex World
MATCHING SUPPLY WITH DEMAND
An Introduction to Operations
Management, 2nd Edition
By John Sterman
2000/768pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-238915-9/MHID:0-07-238915-X
(withCD-ROM)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-117989-8/MHID:0-07-117989-5
[IEwithCD-ROM]
By Gerard Cachon and Christian Terwiesch of University of Pennsylvania
2009(March2008)/480pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-352516-7/MHID:0-07-352516-2
ISBN-13:978-0-07-126331-3/MHID:0-07-126331-4[IE]
(Details unavailable at press time)
CONTENTS
Introduction
PartI.PerspectiveandProcess
Chapter 1. Learning In and About Complex Systems
Chapter 2. System Dynamics in Action
Chapter 3. The Modeling Process
Chapter 4. Structure and Behavior Of Dynamic Systems
PartII.ToolsforSystemsThinking
Chapter 5. Causal Loop Diagrams
Chapter 6. Stocks and Flows
Chapter 7. Dynamics of Stocks and Flows
Chapter 8. Closing the Loop: Dynamics of Simple Structures
PartIII.TheDynamicsofGrowth
Chapter 9. S-Shaped Growth: Epidemics, Innovation Diffusion, And
the Growth of New Products
Chapter 10. Path Dependence and Positive Feedback
PartIV.ToolsForModelingDynamicSystems
Chapter 11. Delays
Chapter 12. Co-Flows and Aging Chains
Chapter 13. Modeling Human Behavior: Bounded Rationality or
Rational Expectations
Chapter 14. Forecasts and Fudge Factors: Modeling Expectation
Formation
Chapter 15. Supply Chains and The Origin of Oscillations
Chapter 16. Managing Supply Chains in Manufacturing
Chapter 17. The Labor Supply Chain and The Origin of Business
Cycles
Chapter 18. The Invisible Hand Sometimes Shakes: Commodity
Cycles Validation and Model Testing
Appendix A: Numerical Integration
Appendix B: Noise References Index
NEW
OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT
12th Edition
By Robert Jacobs, Indiana University-Bloomington, Richard Chase,
University of Southern California and Nicholas Aquilano, University of
Arizona
2009(February2008)/832pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-722893-4/MHID:0-07-722893-6
(withStudentDVD)
http://www.mhhe.com/jacobs12e
CONTENTS
SectionOne–Strategy
1. Introduction to the Field
2. Operations and Supply Strategy
2A – Product Mix Problem/Linear Programming
3. Project Management
4. Product and Service Design
SectionTwo–Processes
5. Strategic Capacity Management
5A--Learning Curves
6. Process Analysis
6A – Job Design and Work Measurement
7. Manufacturing Processes
7A – Manufacturing Process Design
8. Service Processes
8A--Waiting Line Analysis
9. Six-Sigma Quality
9A--Process Capability and SPC
SectionThree–SupplyChains
10. Strategic Sourcing
10A--Facility Location Analysis)
11. Logistics
11A – Supply Chain Network Analysis
12. Lean Manufacturing
SectionFour–EnterpriseResourcePlanningSystems
13. Demand Management
14. Sales and Operations Planning
15. Inventory Control
16. Material Requirements Planning
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17. Scheduling
17A – Simulation
18. Constraint Management
SupplementsA. Financial Analysis B. Operations Technology
AppendicesA. Answers to Selected Problems B. Learning Curve
Tables C. Present Value Table D. Negative Exponential Distribution:
Values of E. Areas of the Cumulative Standard Normal Distribution
NEW
International Edition
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
Contemporary Concepts and Cases,
4th Edition
By Roger Schroeder, University of Minnesota-Minneapolis
2008(November2007)/544pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-337786-5/MHID:0-07-337786-4
ISBN-13:978-0-07-126386-3/MHID:0-07-126386-1[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/schroeder4e
Operations Management: Contemporary Concepts and Cases, is an
ideal book for the instructor seeking a short text with cases. This book
employs a cross-functional perspective, appealing to non-majors and
practical for use in an MBA level course in operations management.
The size and price of the book also make the text attractive for the
cross-functional curriculum where students are required to purchase
more than one text. The cases offer variety in length and rigor; and
several are from Harvard and Darden. This mix makes the book appropriate for both undergraduates and MBA students.
 Existing case studies have been updated and three new cases
have been added.
CONTENTS
PartI:Introduction
1. The Operations Function
2. Operations and Supply Chain Strategy
3. Product Design
PartII:ProcessDesign
4. Process Selection
5. Service Process Design
6. Choice of Technology
7. Process-Flow Analysis
PartIII:Quality
8. Managing Quality
9. Quality Control and Improvement
PartIV:CapacityandScheduling
10. Supply Chain Management
11. Forecasting
12. Facilities and Aggregate Planning
13. Scheduling Operations
14. Project Scheduling
PartV:Inventory
15. Inventory
16. Materials Requirement Planning
17. JIT and Lean Thinking
Cases
NEW
International Edition
NEW TO THIS EDITION
 Lean Operations is moved from the last chapter to Chapter
6. Emphasis is on that JIT and Lean are concerned with process
changes in Layout, workforce, equipment setup times, process flows,
etc. TAKT Time is added.
 Supply Chain Management has been expanded both in Chapter
2, Operations and Supply Chain Strategy, and in Chapter 10, Supply
Chain Management.

OPERATIONS NOW
Supply Chain Profitability and
Performance with Student
DVD, 3rd Edition
By Byron Finch, Miami University—Oxford
The value proposition has been added to Chapter 2.
 Chapter 6, Choice of Technology, is deleted and the Internet and
ebusiness material have been moved to Chapter 10 and enhanced;
service technology has been moved to Chapter 5.
2008(November2006)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-329705-7/MHID:0-07-329705-4
ISBN-13:978-0-07-128572-8/MHID:0-07-128572-5[IE]
 The description of processes has been expanded from three to
five process types.
http://www.mhhe.com/opsnow3e
 New material on the customer order penetration point is included
in Chapter 4.
 Two new frameworks for understanding service operations are
described.
 Material has been added on queuing principles to elucidate
process flows.

The Gap model on quality management has been included.
 Expanded coverage of Six Sigma and the emergence of Lean
Six Sigma.
 The Supply Chain chapter now includes the Supply Chain Operations Reference Model, a new section on purchasing and material on
offshoring/outsourcing.
 Half of the problems have been revised and there are new
Operations Leader boxes.
Operations Now introduces the operations function from a vantage
point that encompasses both the entire organization and the broader
supply network. The author begins his discussion of operations management by first establishing the goal to which any high quality operation must aspire: the goal of profitability. Operations Now presents
operations within a context that acknowledges its interactions both
within and without all functional areas of an organization, including
the links throughout the supply chain. Thus, students not majoring
in operations management immediately understand why they are
studying a subject that had heretofore seemed to them irrelevant;
operations majors receive valuable instruction in how their chosen
field affects and facilitates other functional areas within the enterprise
and aligns with the overall goals of the organization.
NEW TO THIS EDITION
 The Third Edition of Operations Now discusses key functional
components of the supply chain and how to adapt and extend the
techniques of operations management to management of supply
chains. Strategy, quality, demand forecasting, capacity, purchasing,
logistics and transportation have all now been included in the text’s
new emphasis on Supply Chain
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 In response to increasing demand on the part of business schools
that course objectives and assessment material reflect and correspond
to AACSB curriculum guidelines, the instructor’s/solutions manual and
the test bank accompanying Operations Now indicate which chapter
objectives, end-of-chapter questions and problems, and test-bank
questions link up with and conform to AACSB guidelines. Objectives,
problems and test questions that fulfill one or more of these guidelines
are identified by an icon designating the guideline that the objective
or question fulfills. (A separate icon for each guideline is included; the
instructor’s resource manual includes a key that matches each icon
to each AACSB guideline.)
 New pedagogical features make it even more student-friendly and
to offer the instructor additional ease and flexibility with assignments
and reinforcement of key concepts. Among these enhancements are
advanced problems, cases, solved problems, and callback icons,
which are placed in the margin of the texts at those points in the
narrative where the topic being discussed has particular relevance
to the chapter-opening vignette.
CONTENTS
UNITONE:FOUNDATIONSFORSUCCESS
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Profitability: Business Success from Operations’ Success
Chapter 3: Strategy and Value: Competing through Effective Operations and Supply Chain Management
Chapter 4: Processes: Products and Services to Match Customer
Needs
UNITTWO:COMPONENTSOFVALUES
Chapter 5: Cost: The Price of Value Creation
Chapter 6: Quality: Frameworks for Product and Service Improvement
Chapter 7: Quality Tools: From Process Performance to Process
Perfection
Chapter 8: Timeliness: Scheduling and Project Management
UNITTHREE:MANAGINGRESOURCESTOCREATEVALUE
Chapter 9: Supply Chain Management: Managing Business to Business Interaction
Chapter10: Demand Forecasting: Building the Foundation for Resource Planning
Chapter 11: Inventory: Managing to Meet Demand
Chapter 12: Logistics: Positioning Goods in the Supply Chain
Chapter 13: Lean Systems: Eliminating Waste through the Supply
Chain
Chapter 14: Capacity: Matching Productive Resources to Demand
Chapter 15: Constraint Management: Simplifying Complex Systems
Chapter 16: Facilities: Making Location and Layout Decisions
Chapter 17: Workforce: Optimizing Human Capital
NEW
International Edition
OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY
MANAGEMENT: THE CORE
By Robert Jacobs, Indiana University-Bloomington and Richard Chase, University of Southern
California
2008(November2006)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-329473-5/MHID:0-07-329473-X
(withStudentDVD)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-126188-3/MHID:0-07-126188-5
[IEwithStudentDVD]
http://www.mhhe.com/jacob1e
Jacobs and Chase continue to lead the field of Operations Management with cutting edge up-to- date content, technology, and motivation. Now, in this First Edition Jacobs and Chase focus on the core
concepts of operations and supply management. This condensed text
was constructed with the four essential core areas of process, quality,
inventory, and supply chain management in mind, as decided by a
panel of OM instructor’s at the Decision Science Institute meeting,
and after conducting a survey of content coverage in representative
universities. The new Core text provides increased emphasis on
supply management concepts along with a focused presentation of
the core OM concepts.
FEATURES
 Up-to-date coverage of Supply Chain Management, Enterprise
Resource Management, Six-Sigma, and Lean Manufacturing: the
topics that companies focus on today.
 Breakthrough Boxes featuring best practices at real companies
 Engaging short cases – real companies, interesting exercises.
(Companies include Toshiba, IKEA, Brunswick Motors)
 Internet Beer Game and E-OPS game that are popular with
adopters of Chase 11e, also apply to The CORE.

Reduced length and price.
 Student DVD with improved user interface, new and expanded
videos, and a wealth of study resources for students.
INVITATION TO PUBLISH
CONTENTS
SectionI–Strategy
Chapter 1: Operations and Supply Strategy
Chapter 2: Project Management
SectionII–Processes
Chapter 3: Strategic Capacity Management
Chapter 4: Manufacturing Processes
Chapter 5: Service Processes
Chapter 6: Six-Sigma Quality
SectionIII–SupplyChain
Chapter 7: Strategic Sourcing
Chapter 8: Logistics
Chapter 9: Lean Manufacturing
SectionIV–Inventory
Chapter 10: Forecasting
Chapter 11: Aggregate Sales and Operations Planning
Chapter 12: Inventory Management
Chapter 13: Material Requirements Planning
Appendix A – Answers to Select Problems
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Appendix B – Learning Curve Tables B.1 – Table of Unit Values B.2
– Table of Cumulative Values
Appendix C – Present Value Table
Appendix D – Negative Exponential Distribution: Values of ¿-x
Appendix E – Areas of the Cumulative Standard Normal Distribution
NEW
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
By Michael Leseure, Aston University
2007(October2007)/608pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-710788-8/MHID:0-07-710788-8
McGraw-Hill UK Title
INTERACTIVE MODELS FOR OPERATIONS
AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT WITH
CD
CONTENTS
By Byron Finch, Miami University of OH-Oxford
2007(November2005)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-285710-8/MHID:0-07-285710-2
ISBN-13:978-0-07-298274-9/MHID:0-07-298274-8
(withCD)
This First Edition provides interactivity to students by use of stateof-the-art java applets. Students are shown concepts depicted
graphically and are able to manipulate those graphics to simulate
real world actions. Therefore, students learn comprehensively as
they participate with the text and supporting technology. Written by
a leader in this course, the concise and affordable paperback can
be used harmoniously with additional teaching materials. The book
adopts a modeling approach for dealing with a variety of common
problems in designing and improving operations. Students will obtain
“hands on” experience in developing efficient and cost effective solutions to such problems.
Part1:TheNatureofOperationsManagement
Chapter 1: Operations Management Chapter 2: Operations Strategy
& Performance Management
Chapter 3: Activities in Operations Management
Chapter 4: Demand Management and forecasting
Chapter 5: Supply Chain Management
Chapter 6: Facility locations & International Operations
Part2:OperationsManagementTechniques
Chapter 7: Operations Management for non Repetitive Manufacturing Systems
Chapter 8: Operations Management for Repetitive Manufacturing
Systems
Chapter 9: Service Operations Management
Chapter 10: Project Management
Part3:AdvancedIssuesinOperationsManagement
Chapter 11: Operations Improvement
Chapter 12: Reliability and Maintenance
CONTENTS
Unit1:DemandForecasting: The Time Series Components Model
/ The Simple Exponential Smoothing Model / The Trend Enhanced
Exponential Smoothing Model / The Linear Trend Equation Model /
The Simple Linear Regression Model
Unit 2: Financial Decision Making: The Breakeven Model / The
Variance Analysis Model
Unit3:CapacityManagement:The Learning Curve Model / The
Overbooking Model / The Aggregate Planning Model
Unit4:QualityManagement:The X-bar and R-chart Model
Unit 5: Inventory Management and Scheduling: The Economic
Order Point Model / The Economic Order Point with Quantity Discounts Model / The Reorder Point Model / The Material Requirements
Planning Model / The Risk Pooling Model / The Bullwhip Effect Model
/ The Sequencing Rules Model
Unit6:FacilityDecisionsModels:The Process-Oriented Layout
Model / The Center of Gravity Model
Unit7:ProcessSimulationModels:The Waiting Line Simulation
Model / The Production Line Simulation Model / The Kanban Simulation Model / The Constraint Management Simulation Model
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT VIDEO
SERIES VOL. XII DVD
9th Edition
International Edition
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
9th Edition
By William J Stevenson, Rochester Institute Technology
2007(June2006)/832pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-329094-2/MHID:0-07-329094-7
ISBN-13:978-0-07-110916-1/MHID:0-07-110916-1[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/stevenson9e
The Ninth Edition of Operations Management features the latest concepts and applications while not losing focus on the core concepts that
has made this text a market leader. This approachable text supports
students in applying concepts and methods by providing solved problems, examples, questions, practice problems, and cases. Students
learn by doing, and the Ninth Edition continues to offer more support
for ‘doing Operations’ than any other. A Student DVDRom complete
with Excel templates; data files; videos from companies like Honda,
United Airlines, McDonalds, Disney, and more; self quizzes; weblinks;
and innovative ‘screencam tutorials’ that show students how to use
Excel are included in the package. The DVDRom also features six
new segments and expanded editions of additional videos.
CONTENTS
1 Introduction
2 Competitiveness, Strategy, and Productivity
3 Forecasting
4 Product and Service Design 4S Supplement: Reliability
5 Strategic Capacity Planning for Products and Services 5S Supplement: Decision Theory
6 Process Selection and Facilities Layout 6S Linear Programming
7 Design of Work Systems 7S Learning Curves
8 Location Planning and Analysis 8S The Transportation Model
9 Management of Quality
10 Quality Control 10S Acceptance Sampling
By Irwin/McGraw-Hill
2007(October2005)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-326881-X/MHID:0-07-326881-X
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11 Supply Chain Management
2 Inventory Management
13 Aggregate Planning
14 MRP and ERP
15 JIT and Lean Operations 15S Supplement: Maintenance
16 Scheduling
17 Project Management
18 Capacity Planning and Analysis: Waiting Lines 18S Supplement:
Simulation
International Edition
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT FOR
COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
11th Edition
By Richard Chase, University of Southern California, F Robert Jacobs,
Indiana University—Bloomington and Nicholas J Aquilano, University of
Arizona
2006
ISBN-13:978-0-07-312166-6/MHID:0-07-312166-5
(withStudentDVD)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-111553-7/MHID:0-07-111553-6
[IEwithStudentDVDandOLCCard]
ISBN-13:978-0-07-126048-0/MHID:0-07-126048-X
[IEwithDVD]
International Edition
MATCHING SUPPLY WITH DEMAND
An Introduction to Operations Management
http://www.mhhe.com/chase11e
The most authoritative, cutting-edge book for operations management
and supply chain management. The book demands rigorous analysis
on the part of students. When the use of quantitative tools or formal
modeling is indicated, it is only to perform the necessary analysis
needed to inform and support a practical business solution.
Chase, Jacobs and Aquilano: Operations Management for Competitive
Advantage, 11/e (CJA) provides a current and thorough introduction to the concepts, processes, and methods of managing and
controlling operations in manufacturing or service settings. The text
provides comprehensive coverage, from high-tech manufacturing to
high touch services with a balanced treatment. Chase, Jacobs, and
Aquilano also thoroughly integrates and discusses current issues
such as globalization; supply chain strategy, E-business, and ERP.
The concepts are illustrated by using abundant real world examples,
articles, illustrations, problems and cases. Technology is integral to
the success of this course, as such, CJA also provide students and
instructors with an innovative array of leading edge technology learning and teaching tools.
CONTENTS
CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 The Process View of the Organization
Chapter 3 Understanding the Supply Process: Evaluation Process
Capacity
Chapter 4 Estimating and Reducing Labor Costs
Chapter 5 Bathing and Other Flow Interruptions: Set-up Times and
the Economic Order Quantity Model
Chapter 6 Variability and Its Impact on Process Performance: Waiting
Time Problems
Chapter 7 The Impact of Variability on Process Performance: Throughput Losses
Chapter 8 Fundamentals of Quality and the Toyota Production
System
Chapter 9 Betting on Uncertain Demand: The Newsvendor Model
Chapter 10 Make-To-Order and Quick Response with Reactive
Capacity Chapter 11 Service Levels and Lead Times in Supply Chains:
The Order up-to Inventory Model
Chapter 12 Risk Pooling Strategies to Reduce and Hedge Uncertainty
Chapter 13 Revenue Management with Capacity Controls
Chapter 14 Supply Chain Coordination
Appendix / Glossary / References / Index of “How to” exhibits / Summary of key equations / Index
SECTION ONE OPERATIONS STRATEGY AND MANAGING
CHANGE
1 Introduction to the Field
2 Operations Strategy and Competitiveness Technical Note 2 Optimizing the Use of Resources with Linear Programming
3 Project Management
SECTION TWO PRODUCT DESIGN AND PROCESS SELECTION
4 Process Analysis Technical Note 4 Job Design and Work Measurement
5 Product Design Technical Note 5 Learning Curves
6 Manufacturing Process Selection and Design Technical Note 6
Facility Layout
7 Product Design and Process Selection—Services Technical Note
7 Waiting Line Management
8 Quality Management: Focus on Six Sigma Technical Note 8 Process
Capability and Statistical Quality Control
9 Operations Consulting and Reengineering
SECTIONTHREESUPPLYCHAINDESIGN
10 Supply Chain Strategy
11 Strategic Capacity Management Technical Note 11 Facility Location
12 Lean Production
SECTIONFOURPLANNINGANDCONTROLLINGTHESUPPLY
CHAIN Managerial Briefing Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
13 Forecasting
14 Aggregate Sales and Operations Planning
15 Inventory Control
16 Material Requirements Planning
17 Operations Scheduling Technical Note 17 Simulation
18 Synchronous Manufacturing and Theory of Constraints
SUPPLEMENTS A Financial Analysis B Operations Technology
APPENDICES A Answers to Selected Problems B Uniformly Distributed Random Digits C Normally Distributed Random Digits D Areas of
the Standard Normal Distribution E Areas of the Cumulative Standard
Normal Distribution F Negative Exponential Distribution: Values of
e–x G Interest Tables
PHOTO CREDITS NAME INDEX SUBJECT INDEX
By Gerard Cachon and Christian Terwiesch
2006/368pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-291899-1/MHID:0-07-291899-3
ISBN-13:978-0-07-124426-8/MHID:0-07-124426-3[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/cachon_terwiesch
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Chapter 8: The Quality Imperative Supplement: Quality Pioneers of
the Twentieth Century
Chapter 9: Process Control and Improvement
Chapter 10: Flow-Control: Eliminating Process Wastes
Chapter 11: Timing-Another Imperative
Chapter 12: Human Resources in OM Supplement: Four methods of
developing Time Standards
Chapter 13: Managing Materials: Timing and Quantities Supplement:
Economic Order Quantity: Theory and Derivations
Chapter 14: Facilities Management
Chapter 15: Managing Continuous and Repetitive Operations
Chapter 16: Managing Job and Batch Operations
Chapter 17: Managing Projects
International Edition
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
Integrating Manufacturing and Services,
5th Edition
By Mark Davis, Bentley College and Janelle Heineke
2005/768pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-299435-3/MHID:0-07-299435-5
(withStudentCDandPowerWeb)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-111724-1/MHID:0-07-111724-5
[IEwithCDandPowerweb]
http://www.mhhe.com/davis5e
CONTENTS
PARTIOperationsManagementinToday’sBusinessEnvironment
1 Introduction to Operations Management
2 Operations Strategy: Defining How Firms Compete S2 Financial
Analysis in Operations Management
3 The Role of Technology in Operations
4 Supply Chain Management
5 Integrating Manufacturing and Service
PARTIIProcessDecisions
6 New Product and Service Development, and Process Selection
7 Project Management
8 Process Measurement and Analysis S8 Job Design and Work
Performance Measurement
9 Quality Management S9 Quality Tools for Improving Processes
10 Lean Production
PARTIIIFacilityDecisions
11 Facility Location and Capacity
12 Facility Layouts S12 Forecasting
PARTIVAggregatePlanningandInventoryDecisions
13 Aggregate Planning
14 Inventory Systems for Independent Demand
15 Inventory Systems for Dependent Demand
PARTVDailyOperationalDecisions
16 Waiting Line Management S16 Waiting Line Theory
17 Scheduling
International Edition
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
7th Edition
By Edward M Knod, Western Illinois University and Richard Schonberger, University of Washington
2001/672pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-246050-6/MHID:0-07-246050-4
(withCD,MandatoryPackage)-OutofPrint
ISBN-13:978-0-07-120216-9/MHID:0-07-120216-1
[IEwithCD]
www.mhhe.com/pom
CONTENTS
Chapter 1: Operations Management: Introductory Concepts
Chapter 2: OM Strategy: Dynamic Competitiveness
Chapter 3: Principles of Operations Management
Chapter 4: Demand Management and Forecasting Supplement: Least
Squares Trend and Correlation Coefficients
Chapter 5: Capacity Planning and Master Scheduling Supplement:
Aggregate capacity Planning with Excel?
Chapter 6: Order Fulfillment and Purchasing
Chapter 7: Designing for Customers’ Needs
Operation Management
Supplement
SCHAUM’S OUTLINE OF OPERATIONS
MANAGEMENT
2nd Edition
By Joseph Monks, Gonzaga University
1996/352pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-042764-8/MHID:0-07-042764-X
A Schaum’s Publication
(International Edition is not available for sale in Japan)
CONTENTS
1. Operations Management: Definition, Mission, and Productivity
Concepts
2. Quality Management of Competitive Operations
3. Operations Decision Making (Break-Even Analysis, Decision Trees,
and Statistical Methods)
4. Forecasting (Statistical Methods)
5. Financial Analysis for Operations (Present-Value Criteria)
6. Facility Location (Transportation Linear Programming)
7. Layout of Facilities (Line Balancing)
8. Product Design: Goods and Services (Linear Programming)
9. Process Planning and Analysis (Simulation)
10. Job Design and Work Measurement (Statistical Sample Size)
11. Aggregate Planning and Master Scheduling
12. Materials Management: Purchasing, Inventory and JIT Systems
(Calculus)
13. Inventory Control: Order Points, Safety Stocks, and Service Levels
(Statistical Methods)
14. Material Requirements Planning: MRP and CRP
15. Operations Scheduling and Control (Assignment Linear Programming)
16. Operations Analysis and Maintenance (Calculus, Learning Curves,
Queuing and Simulation)
17. Project Management (CPM/PERT)
18. Quality Control (Statistical Methods) / Appendixes
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Operation Management
Software
Chapter 10 Forecasting
Chapter 11 Aggregate Planning
Chapter 12 Project Management
Chapter 13 Quality Management
SAP R/3 ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE
An Introduction
Management Science Text
By Roger Hayen, Central Michigan University
2007(May2006)/192pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-299067-6/MHID:0-07-299067-8
http://www.mhhe.com/hayen
This text is written by Dr. Roger Hayen, a SAP R/3 instructor at
Central Michigan University, one of three universities in the U.S. to
offer SAP R/3 certification for students in an SAP University Alliance
program, called “Process Integration Certification Academy”. Hayen’s
extensive familiarity with the subject provides a useful introduction to
the essential concepts of the SAP R/3 System, with the opportunity
for hands-on implementation of those concepts. The text’s succinct,
yet thorough coverage makes it versatile, so that it is appropriate for
both student instruction and professional training and reference.
NEW
International Edition
INTRODUCTION TO
MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
A Modeling and Case Studies
Approach with Spreadsheets,
3rd Edition
CONTENTS
Preface
Part1UnderstandingEnterpriseSoftware
Chapter 1 Overview
Chapter 2 Navigation and Systems Operation
Chapter 3 Application Modules
Chapter 4 Businesses Processes
Chapter 5 Web Application Server
Chapter 6 Internet Enabled Solutions
Chapter 7 Configuration
Chapter 8 Implementation Framework
Chapter 9 Organization Structure
Chapter 10 Customizing Tools
Part2DisplayingSAPR/3Information
Chapter 11 Exploring System Capabilities
Part3ProcessingSAPR/3Transactions
Chapter 12 Customer Order to Cash Cycle Processes
Summary
Appendix Quick Check Answers
By Frederick Hillier, Stanford University and Mark
Hillier, University of Washington
2008(March2007)/672pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-312903-7/MHID:0-07-312903-8
ISBN-13:978-0-07-333797-5/MHID:0-07-333797-8
(withStudentCD)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-125927-9/MHID:0-07-125927-9
[IEwithStudentCDandPasscodeCard)
http://www.mhhe.com/hillier3e
Introduction to Management Science, 3e, offers a unique model
approach and integrates the use of Excel. Through this approach
students are better able to grasp the essential concepts covered in the
course and see their utility. Each chapter includes a case study that is
meant to show the students a real and interesting application of the
topics addressed in that chapter. These cases and related applications
cuts across all functional areas of business and show how management science techniques apply in the business environment.
NEW TO THIS EDITION
International Edition
 A major streamlining of the book that brings a sharper focus on
the essentials of management science.
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE
WINDOWS
 Integration of the new Excel 2007 and its substantially revised
user interface.
By Michael Moses and Sridhar Seshadri of New York University
1999
ISBN-13:978-0-256-26174-5/MHID:0-256-26174-1
(ManualwithCD-ROM)-OutofPrint
ISBN-13:978-0-07-366261-9/MHID:0-07-366261-5
(CD-ROM)-OutofPrint
ISBN-13:978-0-07-118453-3/MHID:0-07-118453-8[IE]
 A simplified presentation of several topics, including integer
programming, forecasting, and utilities.
 The addition of both application vignettes and solved problems
(with complete solutions spelled out on the CD-ROM) throughout
the book.
 The addition of appendices on using Microsoft Excel and the
Solver Table.
CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Introduction to HOM
Chapter 2 Integrative Cases
Chapter 3 Ice Queen Snow Blowers
Chapter 4 Citibank/Chemical Branch Consolidation
Chapter 5 Process Analysis
Chapter 6 Waiting Line Analysis
Chapter 7 Inventory Modeling
Chapter 8 Material Requirements Planning
Chapter 9Facility Planning
CONTENTS
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Linear Programming: Basic Concepts
Chapter 3: Linear Programming: Formulation and Applications
Chapter 4: The Art of Modeling with Spreadsheets
Chapter 5: What-If Analysis for Linear Programming
Chapter 6: Network Optimization Problems
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 Chapters open with “Business Decision Modeling in Action” segments that immediately require students to be active participants in
business decision-making.
Chapter 7: Using Binary Integer Programming to Deal with Yes-orNo Decisions
Chapter 8: Nonlinear Programming
Chapter 9: Decision Analysis
Chapter 10: Forecasting
Chapter 11: Queueing Models
Chapter 12: Computer Simulation: Basic Concepts
Chapter 13: Computer Simulation with Crystal Ball
 “Business Decision Modeling Throughout the Ages” and “Business Decision Modeling Behind the Scenes” boxes show students
insight into the history of spreadsheet modeling and how it is applied
in real-world situations.
 Five unique interactive cases studies contained in the text
require students to use java-based interactive models found on the
text website.
 Other pedagogy includes Concept Checks: Critical Thinking
and Reasoning sections; case studies and examples; end-of-chapter
sample executive summaries of analysis; and detailed instructions
with “quick reference”, “checklist” and “rules-of-thumb” sections.
NEW
International Edition
CONTENTS
Preface
Chapter 1 The Art and Science of Becoming a More Effective and
Efficient Problem Solver
Chapter 2 Introduction to Spreadsheet Modeling
Chapter 3 Probability and Statistics—A Foundation for Becoming a
More Effective and Efficient Problem Solver
Chapter 4 Decision Analysis: Building the Structure for Solving the
Problem
Chapter 5 Simulation Modeling
Chapter 6 Linear Regression Modeling
Chapter 7 Introduction to Forecasting
Chapter 8 Introduction to Optimization Models
Chapter 9 Project Management: PERT/CPM
Chapter 10 Introduction to Visual Basic Programming
Appendix A Useful Information
SPREADSHEET MODELING
FOR BUSINESS DECISIONS
By John Kros, East Carolina University
2008(January2007)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-331792-2/MHID:0-07-331792-6
(withStudentCD-ROM&CrystalBallAccessPasscodeCard)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-721279-7/MHID:0-07-721279-7
(withStudentCD,atRisk&CrystalBallAccessCards)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-128654-1/MHID:0-07-128654-3
[IEwithCrystalBallAccessCardandStudentCD]
http://www.mhhe.com/kros1e
Spreadsheet Modeling for Business Decisions focuses on five fundamental topics of business decision modeling; emphasizing the effective communication of results to the appropriate business decision
maker. The topics include spreadsheet modeling, data management
and modeling, simulation and linear regression modeling, and decision
making under uncertainty. The text strives to educate managers in
the process of becoming more effective and efficient problem solvers
by providing the most important and useful topics within business
decision models while at the same time preparing students to apply
those topics to real-world problems, to integrate the use of common
software packages into their analysis and solutions, and to prepare
written and verbal conclusions from that analysis.
FEATURES
 Examples and exercises are presented that guide students in
forming their own decision-making process, understanding the output
from their analysis, and communicating that analysis in written and
verbal form.
 This 1st edition text sticks to the core methods used by managers in their everyday problem solving situations and offer students a
process to improve their own critical thinking, management judgment,
and communication with their end-user clients.
 Spreadsheet Modeling for Business Decisions is highly suited
for instructors who teach in an alternative scheduling atmosphere,
most notably the standard 15 week semester.
 Supplementary software programs, such as TreePlan, @Risk,
and other add-ins for spreadsheets are integrated throughout the
textbook. The use of simulation software and decision tree add-in
programs is located in Chapters 4 and 5. Detailed examples illustrating
the use of various Excel add-ins such as Goal Seek, Solver and the
Data Analysis ToolPak are also interspersed throughout the text.
 Excel Spreadsheets are incorporated throughout the text to
model and solve problems.
International Edition
INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT
SCIENCE
By William D Stevenson, North Carolina State University and
Ceyhun Ozgur, Valparaiso University
2007(February2006)/672pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-299066-9/MHID:0-07-299066-X
(withSpreadsheets)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-325290-2/MHID:0-07-325290-5
(withSpreadsheetsandStudentCD)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-125773-2/MHID:0-07-125773-X
[IEwithStudentCDandSpreadsheet]
ISBN-13:978-0-07-325336-7/MHID:0-07-325336-7
(Instructor’sEditionwithStudentCDt/aText)
http://www.mhhe.com/stevensonozgur1e
This text combines the market leading writing and presentation skills of
Bill Stevenson with integrated, thorough, Excel modeling from Ceyhun
Ozgur. Professor Ozgur teaches Management Science, Operations,
and Statistics using Excel, at the undergrad and MBA levels at Valparaiso University--and Ozgur developed and tested all examples,
problems and cases with his students. The authors have written this
text for students who have no significant mathematics training and
only the most elementary experience with Excel.
CONTENTS
Part1IntroductionandForecasting.
1-Introduction to Management Science, Modeling, and Excel Spreadsheets.
2- Forecasting.
Part2DeterministicDecisionModels.
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Quantitative Method Text
3-Linear Programming: Basic Concepts and Graphical Solutions.
4-Linear Programming: Applications and Solutions.
5- Linear Programming: Sensitivity Analysis, Duality, and Specialized Models.
6- Transportation, Assignment, and Transshipment Problems.
7- Integer Programming.
8- Network Optimization Models.
9- Nonlinear Optimization Models.
10- Multi-Criteria Models.
Part 3 Probabilistic Decision Models.
11- Decision Theory.
2- Markov Analysis.
13- Waiting Line Models.
14- Simulation.
CDRom Modules.
Chapter 4S Simplex Algorithm.
Chapter 6S Transportation and Assignment Solution.
Procedures.
Chapter 7S Branch and Bound Method for Integer.
Programming Problems.
Chapter 9S Mini –Review: Differential Arithmetic
QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR BUSINESS
2nd Edition
By Frank Dewhurst
2006 (April 2006) / 608 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0-07-710902-8 / MHID: 0-07-710902-3
McGraw-Hill UK Title
http://www.mcgraw-hill.co.uk/textbooks/dewhurst
The new edition of Quantitative Methods for Business and Management offers a complete introductory course in Quantitative Methods,
providing students with basic practical experience in quantitative approaches in modelling and analysis for business and management.
The book features sections on foundation topics, models for business
and management, and modelling and analyzing decisions. In particular, the new edition features greater coverage of statistics to reflect
teaching in this area, with chapters on Elementary Statistics, Summary
Statistics and Inferential Statistics. Other new areas of coverage in
the second edition include Network Models and Non-linear Models.
The book retains its popular style which offers students numerous
examples accompanied by clear and straightforward explanations.
Excel examples are also integrated throughout to help students to
understand how this software tool is used by managers, and frequent
questions and exercises enable students to test their understanding. A
free CD contains Excel applications and solutions to the exercises in
the textbook, and a full online learning centre completes an excellent
learning package for business students.
QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES IN
MANAGEMENT
3rd Edition
By N D Vohra, Ramjas College of University of Delhi
2006 (June 2006) / 976 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0-07-061193-1 / MHID: 0-07-061193-9
McGraw-Hill India Title
Contents
http://www.mhhe.com/vohra3e
The new edition continues in the tradition of application of various
quantitative techniques in managerial decision making. Comprehensive treatment of the concepts in the MS/OR area and a large number
of solved problems and exercises are the main pillars of the text.
1. Introduction
2. Linear Programming
I: Formulation and Graphic Solution
3. Linear Programming
II: The Simplex Method
4. Linear Programming
III: Duality and Sensitivity Analysis
5. Specially Structured Linear Programs
I Transportation and Transshipment Problems
6. Specially Structured Linear Programs
II Assignment Problem
7. Extensions of Linear Programming
8. Sequencing
9. Inventory Management
10. Queuing Theory
11. Replacement Theory
12. PERT and CPM
13. Decision Theory
14. Markov Analysis
15. Theory of Games
16. Dynamic Programming
17. Simulation
18. Investment Analysis and Break-even Analysis
19. Forecasting
Appendices
CONTENTS
Brief TOC. Detailed TOC. Contents of CD-ROM. Preface. Acknowledgements. Guided Tour.
Part A The foundations of Quantitative Methods.
1. An introduction to Quantitative Methods.
2. From numbers to symbols.
3. Matrices and matrix algebra.
4. Elementary Statistics.
5. Summary Statistics.
Part A: Closing comments.
Part A: Mini cases.
Part B Models and analysis for business and management.
6. Probability and Statistical models.
7. An introduction to inferential statistics.
8. Modelling relationships.
9. Non-linear and multivariate relationships.
10. Analysing models.
11. An introduction to Time-Series.
12. Models for finance and accounting.
Part B: Closing comments.
Part B: Mini cases.
Part C Modelling and analysing decisions.
13. An introduction to Decision Analysis.
14. An introduction to linear programming.
15. An introduction to network models.
16. An introduction to non-linear decision models.
Appendices.
Solutions
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Upper Level Operations
Management
 Industrial grade Factory Physics software is now available for
student use at no charge, along with software case studies and PowerPoint presentations. Because of the software learning curve, the
package is most suited for a large case study or a capstone experience. Interested faculty should send an email to [email protected]
com to obtain materials.
 More Problems: the number of exercises at the end of each
chapter was increased to offer the reader a wider range of practice
problems.
NEW
International Edition
CONTENTS
PARTI:THELESSONSOFHISTORY
Chapter 1: Manufacturing in America
Chapter 2: Inventory Control: From EOQ to RDP
Chapter 3: The MRP Crusade
Chapter 4: The JIT Revolution
Chapter 5: What Went Wrong
PARTII:FACTORYPHYSICS
Chapter 6: A Science of Manufacturing
Chapter 7: Basic Factory Dynamics
Chapter 8: Variability Basics
Chapter 9: The Corrupting Influence of Variability
Chapter 10: Push and Pull Production Systems
Chapter 11: The Human Element in Operations Management
Chapter 12: Total Quality Manufacturing
PARTIII:PRINCIPLESINPRACTICE
Chapter 13: A Pull Planning Framework
Chapter 14: Shop Floor Control
Chapter 15: Production Scheduling
Chapter 16: Aggregate and Workforce Planning
Chapter 17: Supply Chain Management
Chapter 18: Capacity Management
Chapter 19: Synthesis-Pulling It All Together
PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS ANALYSIS
6th Edition
By Steven Nahmias, Santa Clara University
2009(March2008)/736pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-337785-8/MHID:0-07-337785-6
ISBN-13:978-0-07-126370-2/MHID:0-07-126370-5[IE]
(Details unavailable at press time)
NEW
International Edition
FACTORY PHYSICS
3rd Edition
By Wallace Hopp, Northwestern University and Mark Spearman, Facotyr
Pysics, Inc
2008(November2007)/720pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-282403-2/MHID:0-07-282403-4
ISBN-13:978-0-07-123246-3/MHID:0-07-123246-X[IE]
After a brief introductory chapter, Factory Physics 3/e is divided into
three parts: I – The Lessons of History; II – Factory Physics; and III
– Principles in Practice. The scientific approach to manufacturing and
supply chain management, developed in Part II, is unique to this text.
No other text or professional book provides a rigorous, principlesbased foundation for manufacturing management. The Third Edition
offers tighter connections between Lean Manufacturing, MRP/ERP,
Six Sigma, Supply Chain Management, and Factory Physics. In
addition to enhancing the historical overview of how these systems
evolved, the authors show explicitly how users can achieve Lean
Manufacturing objectives (faster response, less inventory) using the
integration aspects of MRP/ERP/SCM systems along with the variance analysis methods of Six Sigma. Factory Physics provides the
overarching framework that coordinates all of these initiatives into a
single-focused strategy.
International Edition
PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS ANALYSIS
5th Edition
By Steven Nahmias, Santa Clara University
2005
ISBN-13:978-0-07-301865-2/MHID:0-07-301865-1
(withStudentCD-ROM)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-123837-3/MHID:0-07-123837-9
[IEwithStudentCD-ROM]
www.mhhe.com/nahmias5e
CONTENTS
NEW TO THIS EDITION
 New “science of manufacturing” discussion in Chapter 6 now
makes the Factory Physics section (Part II, already the most important part of the book) more concise and consistent. This chapter now
sets up all of Part II as a coherent framework of interrelated models
and concepts.
 New set of “performance measures” in Chapter 9 provides
metrics for capacity effectiveness, inventory effectiveness and time
effectiveness. These measures provide a basis for evaluating overall
operational efficiency in practical settings.
 Newly expanded Chapter 12 now covers both the statistical
foundations and organizational elements of the Six Sigma approach
to quality. This treatment makes it clear how Six Sigma and Factory
Physics can be used as complementary components of an overall
process improvement effort.
Chapter 1. Strategy and Competition
Chapter 2. Forecasting
Chapter 3. Aggregate Planning
Supplement 1 Linear Programming
Chapter 4. Inventory Control Subject to Known Demand
Chapter 6. Supply Chain Management
Chapter 7. Push and Pull Production Control Systems: MRP and
JIT
Chapter 8. Operations Scheduling
Supplement 2 Queuing Theory
Chapter 9. Project Scheduling
Chapter 10. Facilities Layout and Location
Chapter 11. Quality and Assurance
Chapter 12. Reliability and Maintainability
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Production/Inventory
Control
Appendix B: Dynamical Systems
Appendix C: Probability and Stochastic Processes
Appendix D: Notational Conventions
Project Management
International Edition
MANUFACTURING PLANNING AND
CONTROL SYSTEMS
5th Edition
NEW
By Thomas Vollmann, William Lee Berry, Ohio State University Columbus,
David Clay Whybark, University of North Carolina
2005/736pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-229990-8/MHID:0-07-229990-8
ISBN-13:978-0-07-112133-0/MHID:0-07-112133-1[IE]
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
The Managerial Process,
4th Edition
http://www.mhhe.com/vollmann5
CONTENTS
1- Integration and Supply Chains
2- Demand Management
3-Sales and Operations Planning
4- ERP-Integrated Systems
5-Basic Inventory Concepts
6-Master Production Scheduling
7-MRP (Materials Requirements Planning)
8-JIT
9-Capacity Planning
10-Production Activity Control
11-Supply Chain
12- Implementation
13- MPC Systems and Strategy
14- Advanced MRP
15-Advanced JIT
16- Advanced Scheduling Systems
17-Advanced Concepts in Sales and Operations Planning
18-Frontiers
By Clifford Gray and Erik Larson of Oregon State
University
2008(June2007)/576pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-352515-0/MHID:0-07-352515-4
ISBN-13:978-0-07-334817-9/MHID:0-07-334817-1
(withMSProjectCDandStudentCD)
http://www.mhhe.com/graylarson4e
As the market-leading textbook on the subject, Project Management:
The Managerial Process, 4e is distinguished by its balanced treatment
of both the technical and behavioral issues in project management as
well as by its coverage of a broad range of industries to which project
management principles can be applied. It focuses on how project
management is integral to the organization as a whole. The 4th edition
reflects the latest changes found in the practice. Other texts discuss
the topics covered in this text but they do not view oversight as the
project manager’s operating environment, as does Gray/Larson.
NEW TO THIS EDITION
 New chapter on outsourcing, which is currently a hot topic in the
field. Given an organization’s limited resources and skills, outsourcing supports completing more projects more quickly. This chapter
addresses additional skills required for the project manager as a
result of outsourcing.
International Edition
FOUNDATIONS OF INVENTORY
MANAGEMENT
By Paul H Zipkin, Duke University Fuqua Graduate School of Business
2000/768pages
ISBN-13:978-0-256-11379-2/MHID:0-256-11379-3
(OutofPrint)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-118315-4/MHID:0-07-118315-9[IE]
 New coverage of scheduling resources and costs for a master
schedule.
CONTENTS
 New coverage of questionnaire approach to select projects and
the benefits and shortcomings of this approach.
 Recognition of oversight as setting the operating environment
for managing a project. This speaks to the project office, portfolio
management, phase gating, maturity, and balanced score card.
Chapter 1. General Introduction
Chapter 2. Systems and Models
Chapter 3. One Item with a Constant Demand Rate
Chapter 4. Time-Varying Demands
Chapter 5. Several Products and Locations
Chapter 6. Stochastic Demand: One Item with Constant Lead
Times
Chapter 7. Stochastic Lead Times: The Structure of the Supply
System
Chapter 8. Several Items with Stochastic Demands
Chapter 9. Time-Varying, Stochastic Demand: Policy Optimization
Bibliography
Appendix A: Optimization and Convexity

New cases and snapshots
CONTENTS
Chapter 1: Modern Project Management
Chapter 2: Organization Strategy and Project Selection
Chapter 3: Organization: Structure and Culture
Chapter 4: Defining the Project
Chapter 5: Estimating Project Times and Costs
Chapter 6: Developing a Project Plan
Chapter 7: Managing Risk
Chapter 8: Scheduling Resources and Costs
Chapter 9: Reducing Project Duration
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Chapter 10: Leadership: Being an Effective Project Manager
Chapter 11: Managing Project Teams
Chapter 12: Outsourcing: Managing Interorganizational Relations
Chapter 13: Progress and Performance Measurement and Evaluation
Chapter 14: Project Audit and Closure
Chapter 15: International Projects
Chapter 16: Oversight
Appendix 1: SimProject Case
Appendix 2: Computer Project Exercises
Analysis. Case: We’ve Got Rhythm! Medtronic Corporation’s Cardiac
Pacemaker Business. Article: Creating Project Plans to Focus Product
Development. Case: Siemens AG: Global Development Strategy.
Article: Building Effective R&D Capabilities Abroad. Case: Project
Dreamcast: Serious Play at Sega Enterprises Ltd. Article: Increasing
Returns and the New World of Business. Case: Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Article: Mastering the Value Chain: An Interview with
Mark Levin of Millennium Pharmaceuticals
International Edition
INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION
SYSTEMS PROJECT MANAGEMENT
A Systems Approach, 2nd Edition
International Edition
MANAGING PROJECT AND SERVICE
DEVELOPMENT
Text and Cases
By David L. Olson, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
2004/352pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-287270-5/MHID:0-07-287270-5
(withStudentCD)-OutofPrint
ISBN-13:978-0-07-123261-6/MHID:0-07-123261-3[IE]
By Stefan H Thomke, Harvard Business School
2007(January2006)/448pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-302301-4/MHID:0-07-302301-9
ISBN-13:978-0-07-110755-6/MHID:0-07-110755-X[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/olson2e
http://www.mhhe.com/thomke
CONTENTS
This text offers a new option for instructors interested in emphasizing a balance between products and services. Managing Product
and Service Development is about the managerial aspects critical to
conceiving, designing, and developing innovative products and services. The course exposes students to some of the best management
practices, tools, and frameworks known today, and introduces new
approaches that hold promise for the future. Many texts are either
aimed at engineering or marketing specialists and do not adequately
address the often difficult general management issues that arise in
complex development project. This book does not require training or
experience in a technical field but addresses the role of new technologies in product development. In this text students learn about
innovation through exploration. All the material has been developed
and tested in the MBA and executive education classroom at Harvard
Business School. The Instructor’s Manual (IM), as only part of this
text’s proven teaching materials, describes an optional student project
that complements in-class sessions.
1. Introduction to Project Management
2. Human Aspects of Information Systems Project Management
3. Project Organization
4. Project Selection and Approval
5. Requirements Definition
6. System Development
7. Estimation
8. Quantitative Project Scheduling Methods
9. Probabilistic Scheduling Models
10. Project Implementation
11. Project Control and Assessment
Appendix (Microsoft Project)
PMBOK Cross References
CONTENTS
Introduction.
ModuleOne:BuildingCapabilitiesforExperimentation,Learning
andPrototyping.
Module Overview. Case: The Final Voyage of the Challenger. Case:
Apple Powerbook: Design Quality and Time to Market. Case: IDEO
Product Development. Case: Bank of America. Article: R&D Comes
to Services: Bank of America’s Pathbreaking Experiments. Case:
Team New Zealand. Article: Enlightened Experimentation: The New
Imperative for Innovation. Case: Eli Lilly & Company: Drug Development Strategy.
ModuleTwo:DevelopmentProcessDesignandImprovement.
Module Overview. Case: Innovation at 3M. Article: Creating Breakthroughs at 3M Note: Understanding User Needs. Case: Product
Development at Dell Computer Corporation. Article: Agile Product
Development: Managing Flexibility in Uncertain Environments. Case:
Developing Products on Internet Time: A Process Design Exercise.
Article: Developing Products on Internet Time. Case: BMW AG: The
Digital Car Project. Article: The Effect of ‘Front-Loading’ Problem-Solving on Product Development Performance. Case: Bush Boake Allen.
Article: Customers as Innovators: A New Way to Create Value.
ModuleThree:ManagingDevelopmentNetworks.
Module Overview. Case: Microsoft Office: Finding the Suite Spot.
Note: Learning from Projects: Note on Conducting a Postmortem
International Edition
SIM’S PROJECT PLAYER’S MANUAL AND
ACCESS CODE
By Jeffrey K. Pinto and Diane H. Parente
2003/250pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-293215-7/MHID:0-07-293215-5
ISBN-13:978-0-07-124169-4/MHID:0-07-124169-8
[IEwithCDandAccessCode]
With the rapid rise of computers and advanced technology in the
classroom have come new pedagogical approaches to teaching.
One of the most powerful of these approaches is the use of computer
simulations to demonstrate real world business practices, the interrelatedness of various business functions, and the role of competitive
decision-making in business. Computer simulations encourage team
development, collaboration, global thinking, and a predilection to consider the ramifications of decisions and their effect on the bottom line
in other words, many of the skills that are useful to project managers
and team members in business. The purpose of this simulation is to
tie together many of the salient challenges of project management
in order to give students the deepest possible understanding of
the complexities involved in undertaking a project. The goal of the
simulation will be to have students manage a project from initiation to
completion. Within this framework the student will need to employ and
develop skills pertinent to personnel selection and training, motiva-
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tion, conflict management, and stakeholder management. Students
will be required to use planning and scheduling techniques, such as
work breakdown structures, PERT/CPM, scope development, and risk
analysis. The topical coverage will have approximate coincidence with
the Project Management Institute’s Body of Knowledge (PMBOK),
insuring that the students gain exposure to those topics recognized
by the key professional organization for project manager. Although
perfectly useful as a stand-alone piece of software, this simulation can
be bundled with either of any project management books, discounting both bundled items. An especially attractive option is to bundle
it with the Second Edition of Project Management: The Managerial
Process by Gray and Larson. Great pains were taken to coordinate
the revision of this book with the development of Pinto and Parente’s
simulation. One of the four scenarios used in the simulation has been
cast in the form of a continuing case used in the book, thus making
a tie in between the book and the simulation.
Operations Strategy
 Includes up-to-date examples of companies engaged in strategic
decision-making, with current research from a variety of sources,
including the “Leaders for Manufacturing” program at MIT.
CONTENTS
Chapter 1: Business Strategy Context for Operations Strategy
Chapter 2: Vertical Integration
Chapter 3: Process Technology
Chapter 4: Capacity Strategy
Chapter 5: Facilities Strategy and Globalization
Chapter 6: Sourcing
Chapter 7: Business Process Focused Strategies and Organizational
Design
Chapter 8: Coordinating the Supply Chain
Chapter 9: Information Technology
Chapter 10: Cross-Cutting Capabilities--Lean Operations, Quality,
and Flexibility
Chapter 11: Strategy Development and Practice
Quality Control /
Management
NEW
International Edition
OPERATIONS STRATEGY
Competiting in the 21st Century
International Edition
QUALITY PLANNING AND ANALYSIS
From Product Development Through Use,
5th Edition
By Sara Beckman, University of California-Berkeley and Donald Barry
Rosenfield, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2008(May2007)/480pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-250078-3/MHID:0-07-250078-6
ISBN-13:978-0-07-111304-5/MHID:0-07-111304-5[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/beckman08
Operations Strategy: Competing in the 21st Century addresses the
basic decisions leaders of operations must address: vertical integration, capacity, facilities, process technology, information technology,
sourcing, business process management, capabilities development
and supply chain integration. In doing so, the book integrates strategic
considerations with analytical models, thereby providing a comprehensive view of these critical decisions and the tools used to help make
them. The themes and conclusions offered by the authors are based
on recent research, particularly from the Leaders for Manufacturing
program at MIT. Students and instructors can be sure that they are
receiving the most up-to-date examples of companies engaged in
making these decisions.
FEATURES
 Integrates strategic and tactical decision-making: Includes
description of basic operations management topics (e.g., quality
management), which allows for integration of concepts learned in an
introductory OM course or to teach some of the fundamentals along
with strategy.
 Provides practical guidance on: how to tackle each of the operations strategy decisions; specific tools to use in making those decisions; and examples of companies making those decisions.
 Provides a unifying approach to strategy development (Chapters
1 and 11)
By Frank M Gryna Jr., University of Tampa, Joseph A DeFeo and Richard
C H Chua of Juran Institute
2007(December2005)/704pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-296662-6/MHID:0-07-296662-9
ISBN-13:978-0-07-125421-2/MHID:0-07-125421-8[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/gryna
Through four editions, Juran’s Quality Planning and Analysis has
provided students and professionals with an authoritative treatment
of the subject that goes beyond statistical techniques. The fifth edition
of this highly regarded classic book on managing for quality, Juran’s
Quality Planning and Analysis for Enterprise Quality, combines the
pioneering concepts of Dr. Joseph M. Juran and the teachings of the
late Dr. Frank M. Gryna with the insights and experience of today’s
leading trainers and practitioners at the Juran Institute: Dr. Richard
Chua, Executive VP and Joseph A. DeFeo, President & Executive
Coach. The trademark Juran Institute approach has been retained,
developing the viewpoint that the achievement of quality products and
services requires the application of managerial, technological, statistical, and behavioral actions throughout all functions of an organization.
With real-world problems provided in each chapter, students are faced
with realities that confront managers, designers, engineers, marketers, operations personnel, users, and others involved in enterprise
quality. This text will challenge readers to make assumptions, estimate
economics, reach data-driven conclusions, and adapt themselves to
the imperfect world of the practitioner. Students and professionals will
also find this book useful as they prepare for various certifications
such as the Certified Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer, Quality
Manager, Six Sigma Green Belt and Black Belt.
CONTENTS

6)
Offers treatment of sourcing and globalization (Chapters 5 and

Includes analytic approaches to a wide range of issues
Introduction: A Roadmap for Change
PartI:Foundation
1. Basic Concepts
2. Companywide Assessment of Quality
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3. Quality Improvement and Cost Reduction
4. Operational Quality Planning and Sales Income
5. Quality Control
PartII:ManagerialConcepts
6. Process Management
7. Organization for Quality
8. Strategic Quality Management
9. Developing a Quality Culture
PartIII:FunctionalApplications
10. Understanding Customer Needs
11. Designing for Quality
12. Supply Chain Management
13. Operations-Manufacturing Sector
14. Operations-Service Sector 1
5. Inspection, Test, and Measurement
16. Quality Assurance Audits
PartIV:StatisticalTechniques
17. Basic Concepts of Statistics and Probability
18. Statistical Tools for Analyzing Data
19. Statistical Tools for Designing for Quality
20. Statistical Process Control
Appendix I: Supplementary Problems Using Minitab
Appendix II: Study Guide Examples
Appendix III: Tables
International Edition
JURAN’S QUALITY CONTROL HANDBOOK
5th Edition
By Joseph Juran and A. Godfrey
1999/1872pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-034003-9/MHID:0-07-034003-X
ISBN-13:978-0-07-116539-6/MHID:0-07-116539-8[IE]
A Professional Reference Title
(International Edition is not for sale in Japan)
CONTENTS
Part I: Managerial.
Part II: Functional.
Part III: Industries.
Part IV: International.
Part V: Statistical.
International Edition
STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL
7th Edition
By Eugene Grant, Stanford University, and Richard Leavenworth, University of Florida
1996/764pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-844354-1/MHID:0-07-844354-7
(with3.5”disk)-OutofPrint
ISBN-13:978-0-07-116320-0/MHID:0-07-116320-4[IE]
International Edition
QUALITY MANAGEMENT
3rd Edition
CONTENTS
By Howard Gitlow, University of Miami, Rosa Oppenheim, Rutgers University, Alan Oppenheim, Montclair State University and David Levine
2005/767pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-299983-9/MHID:0-07-299983-7
(withStudentCD)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-112338-9/MHID:0-07-112338-5
[IEwithStudentCD]
CONTENTS
PartOne:FoundationsofQualityManagement
1 Fundamentals of Quality
2 Fundamentals of Statistical Studies
3 Defining and Documenting a Process
PartTwo:ToolsandMethodsofAnalyticStudies
4 Basic Probability and Statistics
5 Stabilizing and Improving a Process with Control Charts
6 Attribute Control Charts
7 Variables Control Charts
8 Out-Of-Control Patterns
9 Diagnosing a Process
10 Specifications
11 Process Capability and Improvement Studies
12 Taguchi Methods-Quality Improvement in Product and Process
Design
13 Inspection Policy
PartThree:AdministrativeSystemsforQualityManagement
14 Management Commitment to Transformation
15 Management’s Intellectual and Emotional Education
16 Daily Management
17 Cross Functional Management
18 Policy Management (Hoshin Kanri)
PartFour:SomeCurrentthinkingAboutStatisticalStudiesand
Practice
19 Some Current thinking about Statistical Studies 20 “Six Sigma”
Management
1 Introduction and Overview
2 Directions for Simple X and R Charts
3 Why the Control Chart Works; Some Statistical Concepts
4 Why the Control Chart Works; Some Examples
5 Some Fundamentals of The Theory of Probability
6 The Control Chart for Fraction Rejected
7 The Control Chart for Nonconformities
8 Rational Subgrouping
9 Statistical Analysis of Process Capability and for Process Improvement
10 Some Special Process Control Procedures
11 Some Fundamental Concepts in Scientific Sampling
12 An AQL System for Lot-by-Lot Acceptance Sampling by Attributes
13 Other Procedures for Acceptance Sampling by Attributes
14 Systems for Acceptance Sampling from Continuous Production
15 Systems for Acceptance Sampling by Variables
16 Some Aspects of Life Testing and Reliability
17 Some Economic Aspects of Quality Decisions
18 Some Significant Events in the Development of Statistical Quality
Control
19 Models for Quality Management and Problem Solving
20 Demonstrating the Operation of Systems of Chance Causes
Appendixes
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Service Operations
Management
CONTENTS
PARTI:UnderstandingServices
Chapter 1: The Role of Services in an Economy
Chapter 2: The Nature of Services
Chapter 3: Service Strategy
PARTII:DesigningtheServiceEnterprise
Chapter 4: New Service Development
Chapter 5: Technology in Services
Chapter 6: Service Quality
Chapter 7: Process Improvement (DEA supplement)
Chapter 8: The Service Encounter
Chapter 9: Supporting Facility and Process Flows
Chapter 10: Service Facility Location
PARTIII:ManagingServiceOperations
Chapter 11: Managing Capacity and Demand
Chapter 12: Managing Waiting Lines
Chapter 13: Service Supply Relationships
Chapter 14: Growth and Globalization of Services
Chapter 15: Managing Projects
PARTIV:QuantitativeModelsforServiceManagement
Chapter 16: Capacity Planning and Queuing Models (Computer
Simulation)
Chapter 17: Forecasting Demand for Services
Chapter 18: Managing Facilitating Goods
Appendices:
Areas of a Standard Normal Distribution
Uniformly Distributed Random Numbers [0,1]
Values of Lq for the M/M/c Queuing Model
Equations for Selected Queuing Models
NEW
International Edition
SERVICE MANAGEMENT
6th Edition
By James Fitzsimmons, University of Texas at
Austin and Mona Fitzsimmons
2008(December2007)/512pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-337783-4/MHID:0-07-337783-X
ISBN-13:978-0-07-722849-1/MHID:0-07-722849-9
(withStudentCD)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-126346-7/MHID:0-07-126346-2[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/fitzsimmons08
Balancing conceptual and applied coverage of all aspects of the
management and operation of services, Service Management has
maintained the position as market leader through five previous editions. It is the most comprehensive and widely used introduction to
service operations on the market, written by one of the top authorities
on the subject, and it is designed to develop students’ skills in both
strategic and operational issues pertaining to services. New material
on Professional Service Firms highlights IBM’s initiative to establish
a Service Science, Management, and Engineering discipline. The
Sixth Edition also offers the latest information on Six-Sigma and
RFID, as well as recent developments in other important industry
topics. Text coverage spans both qualitative and quantitative aspects
of service management and offers flexibility in courses, offering
varying approaches to the study of service operations. The ancillary
package includes student CD-ROM and Website that includes selftest quizzes, video clips, ServiceModel Software, and the Mortgage
Service Game.
FLYING HIGH IN A COMPETITIVE
INDUSTRY
Cost Effective Service Excellence at
Singapore Airlines
NEW TO THIS EDITION
CONTENTS
By Loizos Heracleous, Nitin Pangarkar and Jochen Wirtz
2005/168pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-124964-5/MHID:0-07-124964-8
An Asian Publication
A Professional Reference Title
 In response to the IBM initiative to establish a Service Science,
Management, and Engineering (SSME) discipline, Chapter 13 (Service Supply Relationship) incorporates a large new section on the topic
of Professional Service Firms and a new case, Boomer Consulting.
Professional Service Firms coverage is not available in any other
text and is central to the B2B focus of IBM’s research and teaching
initiative to promote the discipline of SSME.
 Significant updates to Chapter 5 (Technology in Services),
including coverage of the emerging role of RFID (radio frequency
identification) in services and a new section on technology readiness
of customers and employees.
1 Introduction
2 The Airline Industry: Trends, Economics, Performance and Strategic
Imperatives
3 Key Drivers of SIA’s Performance: Strategic Choices and Resource
Deployment Decisions
4 Achieving Cost Effective Service Excellence at Singapore Airlines
5 Innovation as a Key to Sustain Key Excellence
6 Managing People Effectively to Deliver Sustained Service Excellence
7 How to Win in Cut Throat Industries
Lessons from Singapore Airlines
 New Chapter 7 on Process Improvement includes the traditional
quality improvement tools (e.g., Deming’s PDCA cycle) and expanded
the treatment of Six-Sigma to reflect its popular role as a quality
improvement program.
 Every chapter is updated with new material; new cases include
Boomer Consulting and ethnic banks, United Commercial Bank and
El Banco.
 New release of ServiceModel 7.0 student version added to the
Student CD packaged with the book.
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Purchasing and Supply
Chain Management
International Edition
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
Text and Cases
By Thomas DeLong and Ashish Nanda of Harvard Business School
2004/576pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-255920-0/MHID:0-07-255920-9
(OutofPrint)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-121326-4/MHID:0-07-121326-0[IE]
NEW
International Edition
http://www.mhhe.com/delongnanda
CONTENTS
ModuleI:Hambrecht&Quist / AGENCY.COM
ModuleII:ThomasWeiselPartners / Woodland Partners: Field of
Dreams? / Eggrock Partners, LLC / The HBS California Research
Center / Casto Travel / Shouldice Hospital Limited Lebenthal and
Co., Inc. / The Bridgespan Group
ModuleIII:MorganStanleyDeanWitterPrivateClientServices
DiamondintheRough / The Goldman Sachs IPO (A) / Family Feud:
Andersen vs. Andersen (A) / The Saga of Prince Jefri and KPMG:
Mystery of the Missing Billions / International Profit Associates /
Coopers & Lybrand in Hungary
Module IV: The Firmwide 360-degree Performance Evaluation
Process at Morgan Stanley / Rob Parson at Morgan Stanley /
Strategic Services at Andersen Consulting / Bain & Co., Inc.: Making
Partner / Venture Law Group Brainard, Bennis & Farrell / McKinsey
& Co.: Managing Knowledge and Learning / San Francisco Bay
Consulting
ModuleV:&Samhoud / The Union Carbide Deal (Abridged) / Jill
Greenthal at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette: The TCI/AT&T Deal (A)
Module VI: Cambridge Consulting Group: Bob Anderson /
McDuffy, Arms & Ginsberg / Charlotte Beers at Ogilvy & Mather
Worldwide / Lehman Brothers (A): Rise of the Equity Research Department / Alexander Bandelli / Tom Tierney at Bain & Co. / Infosys
Technologies, Limited / NYPD New /
Module VII: Tim Hertach at GL Consulting (A) / Professionals’
Quandaries / Tradeoffs: Juggling Careers in PSFs with Private Life /
The First Six Months: Launching a PSF Career / Appendix / Note on
E-Consulting / Note on Investment Banking
MATCHING SUPPLY WITH DEMAND
An Introduction to Operations
Management, 2nd Edition
By Gerard Cachon and Christian Terwiesch of University of Pennsylvania
2009(March2008)/480pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-352516-7/MHID:0-07-352516-2
ISBN-13:978-0-07-126331-3/MHID:0-07-126331-4[IE]
(Details unavailable at press time)
NEW
SUPPLY CHAIN SCIENCE
By Wallace Hopp, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
2008(October2007)/204pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-340332-8/MHID:0-07-340332-6
Supply Chain Science describes the collection of people, resources,
and activities involved in bringing materials and information together
to produce and deliver goods and services to customers. Through
illustrations and analogies to everyday life, the text presents the key
concepts that underlie the behavior of operations systems in a largely
non-mathematical way. The goal of SCS is to provide a concise
framework for understanding how complex production and supply
chain systems behave, and therefore enable managers/students to
have a stronger basis for management decision making. The range
of problems faced by managers dealing with supply chains is almost
infinite, which is why a scientific approach is needed. Many published
volumes provide detailed explanations on how to solve problems in
supply chain management, but they can provide answers for only a
limited set of situations. Hopp’s Supply Chain Science explains why
systems behave as they do, providing the tools and insights to deal
effectively with almost any scenario.
FEATURES
 Organization. The text is organized so that key concepts are
introduced in ascending order of complexity, beginning with Station
science?results for individual processes, expanding these to Line
science?results for flows, and culminating in Network science? the
results for complex supply chains. This structure enables readers to
build their understanding of supply chains in small, logical steps.
Complimentarydeskcopiesareavailablefor
courseadoptiononly.Kindlycontactyour
localMcGraw-HillRepresentativeorfaxthe
ExaminationCopyRequestFormavailableon
thebackpagesofthiscatalog.
 Summary of key principles that describe basic behavior of
manufacturing and service supply chains (see Appendix B). These
principles establish a Science of supply chains- which is unique to
this book.
Visit McGraw-Hill Education
Website: www.mheducation.com
 Insights by Analogy-illustrate key supply operations concepts by
examining familiar, every day phenomena, such as traffic flow, waiting
lines, and vending machines. These analogies help make abstract
concepts concrete, without relying on mathematical arguments.
COMPLIMENTARY COPIES
 Principles in Practice?sections describe industrial applications
of the concepts. These mini cases show how the chapter ideas are
of great practical value.
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 Conceptual questions for Thought-for assignment for each
chapter that encourage the reader think managerially.
 Accessibility. This is the first book to present these concepts
in a format readable by people without strong mathematical backgrounds.
Most textbooks do not include models and decision support systems
robust enough for industry, but that is not true of this new edition.
The accompanying CD-ROM also features the return of two simulations, the Computerized Beer Game and the Risk Pool Game and a
computerized tool. These simulations help users develop and execute
supply chain contracts while also illustrating many of the concepts
discussed in the text.
CONTENTS
NEW TO THIS EDITION
PartI:StationScience
Chapter 1: Capacity
Chapter 2: Variability
Chapter 3: Batching
PartII:LineScience
Chapter 4: Flows
Chapter 5: Buffering
Chapter 6: Push/Pull
PartIII:NetworkScience
Chapter 7: Inventory
Chapter 8: Risk
Chapter 9: Coordination
Appendix A: Summary of Notion
Appendix B: Supply Chain Science Principles
 Improved and Integrated Coverage of Technology: This edition
reflects a more realistic approach to incorporating technology in today’s companies and this in-depth integration allows readers to better
understand how technology implementation, new trends, and customers can affect the design and management of a supply chain.
 New and Updated Cases: Thanks to reviewer feedback, whenever possible single cases have been replaced with multiple cases
giving readers even more opportunities to realistically study of how
supply chain management is utilized in real companies better preparing them to be successful managers.
 More Comprehensive and Complete Ancillary Package: With
improved, stronger PowerPoint presentations, and improved teaching
notes on the Instructor CD, even instructors without a background in
supply chain or those teaching the course for the first time will have
their start-up costs reduced and their pool of instructional resources
increased by these improved ancillaries.
 New “Supply Contracts” Tool on Student CD-ROM: Besides
the computerized versions of “The Beer Game” and the “Risk Pool
Game,” there will be a newly developed electronic tool dealing with
supply contracts. Now students have even more support to help them
conceptualize strategic supply chain management.
NEW
LOGISTICS & SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT
CONTENTS
By Jonsson
2008(Feb2008)/544pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-711738-2/MHID:0-07-711738-7
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Inventory Management and Risk Pooling
Chapter 3: Network planning
Chapter 4: Supply contracts
Chapter 5: The Value of information
Chapter 6: Supply Chain integration
Chapter 7: Distribution strategies
Chapter 8: Strategic alliances
Chapter 9: Procurement and Outsourcing Strategies
Chapter 10: Global Logistics and Risk Management
Chapter 11: Coordinated product and supply chain design
Chapter 12: Customer Value
Chapter 13: Smart Pricing
Chapter 14: Information Technology and Business Processes
Chapter 15: Technology standards
Appendix A: Computerized Beer Game
Appendix B: Risk Pool Game
Appendix C: Supply Contract Spreadsheet
Appendix D: Bidding Game
McGraw-Hill UK Title
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NEW
International Edition
DESIGNING AND MANAGING
THE SUPPLY CHAIN
3rd Edition
By David Simchi-Levi, Mass Institute of Tech,
Sally Kaminsky, College of Staten Island and Edith
Simchi-Levi, Logic Tools Inc.,
2008(July2007)/460pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-298239-8/MHID:0-07-298239-X
ISBN-13:978-0-07-334152-1/MHID:0-07-334152-5
(withStudentCD)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-124477-0/MHID:0-07-124477-8[IE]
As the most up-to-date, cutting-edge supply chain management book
on the market, the Third Edition of Designing and Managing the Supply
Chain discusses the problems, models and concepts derived from
issues related to effective supply chain management. While many core
supply chain management issues are interrelated, the authors have
tried to make each chapter as self-contained as possible so that the
reader can refer directly to chapters covering topics of interest. Each
chapter utilizes case studies and numerous examples. Mathematical and technical sections can be skipped without loss of continuity.
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NEW
International Edition
PRINCIPLES AND TOOLS
FOR SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT WITH
STUDENT
CD-ROM
By Scott Webster, Syracuse University
2008(December2006)/352pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-287268-2/MHID:0-07-287268-3
ISBN-13:978-0-07-128588-9/MHID:0-07-128588-1[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/webster1e
Webster’s Principles and Tools of Supply Chain Management provides a basic introduction to the concepts and tools of supply chain
management and delivers an optimal balance of descriptive and
analytical material. The book is divided into three parts: Foundation;
Principles and Tools; and Synthesis. Part 1 introduces the basic
concepts of supply chain management—concepts that are referred
to and expanded upon in subsequent chapters; Part 2 focuses on the
application of supply chain concepts within the context of particular
supply chain activities (i.e., buy, make, moVe, store, or sell); Part 3,
consisting of a single chapter, offers a macro perspective of supply
chain management. It reconstructs and synthesizes earlier content
while taking a “step back” to review and consider the entire system.
A case study is included at the end of each chapter. Some of these
cases focus on technology. Chapters that introduce analytical models
begin with simple analyses and introduce added complexity and realism as the chapter progresses, thereby offering instructors flexibility
with respect to the degree of analytical rigor that they are able to
require of their students.
FEATURES
3 Supply Chain Foundations: System Slack and Related Concepts
PARTTWOPRINCIPLESANDTOOLS
4 Demand Management: Processing, Influencing, and Anticipating
Demand
5 Supply Management: Trends, Technologies, and Tactics
6 Inventory Management I: Deterministic Analysis
7 Inventory Management II: Stochastic Analysis
8 Capacity Management: Analysis and Psychology
9 Production Management: Flow Control and Scheduling
10 Transportation Management: Elements and Insights
Supplement A Diagnostic Analysis Illustration
Supplement B International Transportation: Services and Legal
Requirements
11 Quality Management: Tools for Process Improvement
Supplement Creative Problem Solving: Strategies and Pitfalls
PARTTHREESYNTHESIS
12 Supply Chain Strategy: Frameworks and Synthesis
Appendix 1 Principles of Nature: Insights into Human and System
Behavior
Appendix 2 Linchpin of E-Commerce: Basics of Encryption and
Digital Signatures
Appendix 3 Summary of Notation and Formulas
Appendix 4 Standard Normal Probability and Unit Normal Loss
Table
References / Index
International Edition
PURCHASING AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT
By W C Benton
2007(June2006)/800pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-352514-3/MHID:0-07-352514-6
ISBN-13:978-0-07-110630-6/MHID:0-07-110630-8[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/benton07
 Employs a supply chain framework to discuss relevant operations concepts, tools, and issues. This framework allows instructors
to discuss essential core topics in operations management within
the context of and with reference to the entire supply chain. The
framework also serves to foster the need for students to integrate
supply chain issues into their consideration of traditional operations
decision areas.
 Supply chain concepts are covered briefly, facilitated by sharply
focused coverage. This approach permits students to grasp concepts
quickly and accurately while leaving room for instructors to expand
upon particular topics or supplement the text with their own materials.
 “Concepts/Applications/Tools” pedagogical approach permits
rapid student engagement in relevant operations and supply chain
management problems and activities. The structure also facilitates
opportunities for students to be introduced to and engaged in activities designed to develop an understanding of both the qualitative and
quantitative aspects of operations and supply chain management.
 Two-color, short, paperback format offers good value for students
and flexibility for instructors. Permits instructors to add other materials
to their course without financially overburdening students. Students
will appreciate having a book that is brief enough to be covered in its
entirety in one semester.
CONTENTS
Preface
PARTONEFOUNDATION
1 Introduction: Operations and Supply Chain Management
2 Information Technology: ERP Systems, SCA Systems, and ECommerce
Purchasing and Supply Management, 1/e, by W.C. Benton, offers
insights into the theory, practice, and implementation of supply
management issues. A step-by-step approach helps students and
professionals gain analytical purchasing skills. Many actual case
studies and exercises help students transform purchasing theory
into purchasing practice and implementation. Some of the topics
include purchasing business processes, price cost analysis, professional services, transportation purchasing, global purchasing, and
healthcare purchasing.
CONTENTS
Preface.
Part1:IntroductiontoPurchasingandSupplyManagement.
Chapter 1: Purchasing and Supply Management.
Chapter 2: Purchasing Decisions and Business Strategy.
Chapter 3: The Legal Aspects of Purchasing.
Part2:MaterialsManagement.
Chapter 4: Materials Management.
Chapter 5: Inventory Management.
Chapter 6: Just-In-Time (Lean) Purchasing.
Chapter 7: Purchasing Procedures, E-Purchasing, and Systems
Contracting.
Part3:FundamentalsofPurchasingandSupplyManagement.
Chapter 8: Supplier Selection and Evaluation.
Chapter 9: Global Sourcing.
Chapter 10: Purchasing, Supply Partnerships, and Supply Chain
Power.
Chapter 11: Total Quality Management (TQM) and Purchasing.
Part4:Price/CostAnalysisandNegotiationStrategies.
Chapter 12: Price Determination.
Chapter 13: Bargaining and Negotiations.
Part5:SpecialPurchasingApplication.
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Chapter 14: Purchasing Transportation Services.
Chapter 15: Equipment Acquisition and Disposal.
Chapter 16: Healthcare Purchasing and Supply Management.
Chapter 17: Procuring Professional Services.
Cases. Glossary. Index
International Edition
MATCHING SUPPLY WITH DEMAND
An Introduction to Operations Management
By Gerard Cachon and Christian Terwiesch
2006/368pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-291899-1/MHID:0-07-291899-3
ISBN-13:978-0-07-124426-8/MHID:0-07-124426-3[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/cachon_terwiesch
International Edition
The most authoritative, cutting-edge book for operations management
and supply chain management. The book demands rigorous analysis
on the part of students. When the use of quantitative tools or formal
modeling is indicated, it is only to perform the necessary analysis
needed to inform and support a practical business solution.
SUPPLY CHAIN LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
2nd Edition
By Donald Bowersox, David Closs and M. Bixby Cooper of Michigan
State University—East Lansing
2007(November2005)/464pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-294788-5/MHID:0-07-294788-8
ISBN-13:978-0-07-125414-4/MHID:0-07-125414-5[IE]
CONTENTS
http://www.mhhe.com/bowersox2e
Supply Chain Logistics Management is exciting, and promises to
bolster traditional logistics courses and invigorate supply chain management courses. By examining traditional logistics issues within the
context of the supply chain, this text captures the current trends in
Supply Chain Management and Supply Chain Strategy. Most textbooks approach this subject from a limited perspective, studying only
internal functions of an organization to the exclusion of issues that
relate to the entire supply chain in an integrated enterprise. Supply
Chain Logistics Management provides a solid foundation that clearly
describes the role of logistics within the supply chain, portraying
a complete view of the subject and extending to show how all the
pieces fit together.
CONTENTS
PART ONE – SUPPLY CHAIN LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
Chapter 1 21st Century Supply Chains
Chapter 2 Logistics
Chapter 3 Customer Accommodation
Chapter 4 Procurement and Manufacturing
Chapter 5 Information Technology Framework
PART TWO – SUPPLY CHAIN LOGISTICS OPERATIONS
Chapter 6 Inventory
Chapter 7 Transportation Infrastructure
Chapter 8 Transportation Operations
Chapter 9 Warehousing
Chapter 10 Packaging and Materials Handling
Chapter 11 Operational Integration
PART THREE – SUPPLY CHAIN LOGISTICS DESIGN
Chapter 12 Global Strategic Positioning
Chapter 13 Network Integration
Chapter 14 Logistics Design and Operational Planning
PART FOUR – SUPPLY CHAIN LOGISTICS ADMINSTRATION
Chapter 15 Relationship Development and Management
Chapter 16 Operational, Financial and Social Performance
EPILOGUE
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 The Process View of the Organization
Chapter 3 Understanding the Supply Process: Evaluation Process
Capacity
Chapter 4 Estimating and Reducing Labor Costs
Chapter 5 Bathing and Other Flow Interruptions: Set-up Times and
the Economic Order Quantity Model
Chapter 6 Variability and Its Impact on Process Performance: Waiting
Time Problems
Chapter 7 The Impact of Variability on Process Performance: Throughput Losses
Chapter 8 Fundamentals of Quality and the Toyota Production
System
Chapter 9 Betting on Uncertain Demand: The Newsvendor Model
Chapter 10 Make-To-Order and Quick Response with Reactive
Capacity
Chapter 11 Service Levels and Lead Times in Supply Chains: The
Order up-to Inventory Model
Chapter 12 Risk Pooling Strategies to Reduce and Hedge Uncertainty
Chapter 13 Revenue Management with Capacity Controls
Chapter 14 Supply Chain Coordination
Appendix / Glossary / References / Index of “How to” exhibits / Summary of key equations / Index
International Edition
PURCHASING AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT
13th Edition
By Michael Leenders and P Fraser Johnson of University of Western Ontario, Anna Flynn, Vice president of Institute of Supply Management and
Harold E Fearon, Center for Advanced Purchasing Studies, Emeritus
2006/588pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-287379-5/MHID:0-07-287379-5
ISBN-13:978-0-07-124966-9/MHID:0-07-124966-4[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/leenders13e
The Leenders’ text provides a comprehensive introduction to the
purchasing and supply chain management field, supported by 50 case
studies. Cases cover purchasing and supply chain issues in a variety
of settings, from process industries to high tech manufacturing and
services as well as public institutions. Supply Management concepts,
both strategic and tactical, have been expanded throughout the text,
particularly in new chapters on Supply Law and Ethics, Public Supply, and Supplier Relations. While all basic tenets of the purchasing
function and cost issues remain, the coverage of the field is state of
the art highlighting the supply chain approach.
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21. Relationship and Contract Management
22. Supplier Development
23. Alliance Development
24. Ethics
25. Legal
VII.IntegratingtheSupplyChain:
26. Demand Management
VIII.InstitutionalandGovernmentProcurement:
27. Supply Management in Institutions
28. Government Procurement
IX.SupplyChainManagement:
29. World Class Supply Management (sm) : The Key to Supply Chain
Management.
CONTENTS
Chapter 1 – Purchasing and Supply Management
Chapter 2 – Supply Organization
Chapter 3 – Supply Processes
Chapter 4 – Information Systems and Technology
Chapter 5 – Quality, Specification and Service
Chapter 6 – Quantity and Inventory
Chapter 7 – Transportation and Delivery
Chapter 8 – Price
Chapter 9 – Cost Management, Discounts, and Negotiation
Chapter 10 – Supplier Selection
Chapter 11 – Investment Recovery
Chapter12 – Supply Law and Ethics
Chapter 13 – Research and Metrics
Chapter 14 – Global Supply
Chapter 15 – Public Supply Management
Chapter 16 – Capital Goods
Chapter 17 – Services
Chapter 18 – Make or Buy, Insourcing, and Outsourcing
Chapter 19 – Supplier Relations
Chapter 20 – Strategy in Purchasing and Supply Management
CASE INDEX SUBJECT INDEX
Enterprise Resource
Planning
SAP R/3 ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE
An Introduction
International Edition
By Roger Hayen, Central Michigan University
2007(May2006)/304pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-299067-6/MHID:0-07-299067-8
WORLD CLASS SUPPLY MANAGEMENT
The Key to Supply Chain Management with
Student CD (Cases), 7th Edition
http://www.mhhe.com/hayen
By David N. Burt, University of San Diego and Donald W. Dobler, Colorado State University, Emeritus
2003
ISBN-13:978-0-07-283156-6/MHID:0-07-283156-1
(withCD-ROM)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-123627-0/MHID:0-07-123627-9
[IEwithCD-ROM]
This text is written by Dr. Roger Hayen, a SAP R/3 instructor at
Central Michigan University, one of three universities in the U.S. to
offer SAP R/3 certification for students in an SAP University Alliance
program, called “Process Integration Certification Academy”. Hayen’s
extensive familiarity with the subject provides a useful introduction to
the essential concepts of the SAP R/3 System, with the opportunity
for hands-on implementation of those concepts. The text’s succinct,
yet thorough coverage makes it versatile, so that it is appropriate for
both student instruction and professional training and reference.
http://www.mhhe.com/burt7e
CONTENTS
CONTENTS
ITheFoundation:
1. World Class Supply Management
2. Purchasing Becomes Supply Management
3. Supply Management: An Organization-Spanning Activity
4. Supply Management: Implementor of Three of the Firm’s Social
Responsibilities II.EnablingConcepts:
5. Three Types of Buyer-Supplier Relationships
6. Cross-Functional Teams
7. Quality
8. Total Cost of Ownership
9. e-Procurement
III.TheRequirementsProcess:
10. New Product Development
11. Specifications and Standardization
12. Equipment
13. Services IV.StrategicSourcing:
14. Make or BuyOutsourcing
15. Source Selection
16. Global Supply Management
V.StrategicCostManagement:
17. Pricing
18. Cost Analysis
19. Types of Compensation
20. Negotiation VI.RelationshipManagement:
Preface.
Part1UnderstandingEnterpriseSoftware.
Chapter 1 Overview.
Chapter 2 Navigation and Systems Operation.
Chapter 3 Application Modules.
Chapter 4 Businesses Processes.
Chapter 5 Web Application Server.
Chapter 6 Internet Enabled Solutions.
Chapter 7 Configuration.
Chapter 8 Implementation Framework.
Chapter 9 Organization Structure.
Chapter 10 Customizing Tools.
Part2DisplayingSAPR/3Information.
Chapter 11 Exploring System Capabilities.
Part3ProcessingSAPR/3Transactions.
Chapter 12 Customer Order to Cash Cycle Processes.
Summary.
Appendix Quick Check Answers
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OPERATIONS/DECISION SCIENCES
Data Mining
Operation Research
International Edition
International Edition
INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS
RESEARCH
8th Edition
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS DATA
MINING
By David Olson and Yong Shi of University of Nebraska-Omaha
2007(November2005)/288pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-295971-0/MHID:0-07-295971-1
ISBN-13:978-0-07-124470-1/MHID:0-07-124470-0[IE]
http://www.mhhe.com/olson1e
Introduction to Business Data Mining was developed to introduce
students, as opposed to professional practitioners or engineering
students, to the fundamental concepts of data mining. Most importantly, this text shows readers how to gather and analyze large sets of
data to gain useful business understanding. A four part organization
introduces the material (Part I), describes and demonstrated basic
data mining algorithms (Part II), focuses on the business applications
of data mining (Part III), and presents an overview of the developing
areas in this field, including web mining, text mining, and the ethical
aspects of data mining. (Part IV). The author team has had extensive experience with the quantitative analysis of business as well as
with data mining analysis. They have both taught this material and
used their own graduate students to prepare the text’s data mining
reports. Using real-world vignettes and their extensive knowledge of
this new subject, David Olson and Yong Shi have created a text that
demonstrates data mining processes and techniques needed for
business applications.
CONTENTS
PartI:INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1: Initial Description of Data Mining in Business
Chapter 2: Data Mining Processes and Knowledge Discovery
Chapter 3: Database Support to Data Mining
PartII:DATAMININGMETHODSASTOOLS
Chapter 4: Overview of Data Mining Techniques
Chapter 4 Appendix: Enterprise Miner Demonstration on Expenditure
Data Set
Chapter 5: Cluster Analysis
Chapter 5 Appendix: Clementine
Chapter 6: Regression Algorithms in Data Mining
Chapter 7: Neural Networks in Data Mining
Chapter 8: Decision Tree Algorithms
Appendix 8: Demonstration of See5 Decision Tree Analysis
Chapter 9: Linear Programming-Based Methods
Chapter 9 Appendix: Data Mining Linear Programming Formulations
PartIII:BUSINESSAPPLICATIONS
Chapter 10: Business Data Mining Applications Applications
Chapter 11: Market-Basket Analysis
Chapter 11 Appendix: Market-Basket Procedure
PartIV:DEVELOPINGISSUES
Chapter 12: Text and Web Mining
Chapter 12 Appendix: Semantic Text Analysis
Chapter 13: Ethical Aspects of Data Mining
By Frederick Hillier, Stanford University and Gerald Lieberman (Deceased)
2005/1088pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-321114-5/MHID:0-07-321114-1
(withRevisedCD-ROM)
ISBN-13:978-0-07-123828-1/MHID:0-07-123828-X
[IEwithCD-ROMandOLC]
www.mhhe.com/hillier
CONTENTS
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Overview of the Operations Research Modeling Approach
Chapter 3: Introduction to Linear Programming
Chapter 4: Solving Linear Programming Problems: The Simplex
Method
Chapter 5: The Theory of the Simplex Method
Chapter 6: Duality Theory and Sensitivity Analysis
Chapter 7: Other Algorithms for Linear Programming
Chapter 8: The Transportation and Assignment Problems
Chapter 9: Network Optimization Models
Chapter 10: Dynamic Programming
Chapter 11: Integer Programming
Chapter 12: Nonlinear Programming
Chapter 13: Metaheuristics
Chapter 14: Game Theory
Chapter 15: Decision Analysis
Chapter 16: Markov Chains
Chapter 17: Queueing Theory
Chapter 18: Inventory Theory
Chapter 19: Markov Decision Processes
Chapter 20: Simulation
Appendixes
SupplementsontheCD-ROMandtheOnlineLearningCenter
Additional Cases
Supplement to Appendix 3.1 More about LINGO
Supplement to Chapter 7 Linear Goal Programming and Its Solution
Procedures
Supplement to Chapter 8 A Case Study with Many Transportation
Problems
Supplement 1 to Chapter 18 Derivation of the Optimal Policy for the
Stochastic Single-Period Model for Perishable Products
Supplement 2 to Chapter 18 Stochastic Periodic-Review Models
Supplement 1 to Chapter 20 Variance-Reducing Techniques
Supplement 2 to Chapter 20 Regenerative Method of Statistical
Analysis
21 The Art of Modeling with Spreadsheets
22 Project Management with PERT/CPM
23 Additional Special Types of Linear Programming Problems
24 Probability Theory
25 Reliability
26 The Application of Queueing Theory
27 Forecasting
28 Examples of Performing Simulations on Spreadsheets with Crystal
Ball
Appendix 6 Simultaneous Linear Equations
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SCHAUM’S OUTLINE OF OPERATIONS
RESEARCH
2nd Edition
International Edition
WORLD-CLASS WAREHOUSING AND
MATERIAL HANDLING
By Richard Bronson, Fairleigh Dickinson College and Goovindasami
Naadimuthu of Fairleigh Dickinson University
1998/456pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-008020-1/MHID:0-07-008020-8
A Schaum’s Publication
Tackling the broad range of allocation problems that actually confront engineers, programmers and analysts in today’s business and
industrial worlds, this book takes readers step-by-step through all
the mathematical programming techniques--including the trailblazing
Karmarkar algorithm--needed to excel in any operations research
course. It’s easy to see why the first edition of this invaluable study
guide sole more than 35,000 copies! It cuts down study time while it
builds essential skills.
Logistics & Supply Chain
Management
By Edward Frazelle, The Logistics Institute at Georgia Tech
2002/280pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-137600-6/MHID:0-07-137600-3
ISBN-13:978-0-07-122686-8/MHID:0-07-122686-9[IE]
A Professional Reference Title
Warehousing continues to play a critical role in assuring high levels
of customer service and overall logistics performance. Efficient
warehousing can minimize the effects of supply chain inefficiencies;
can improve logistics accuracy and inventory management; and can
allow for product accumulation, consolidation, and customization. The
cost of warehousing should be commensurate with the contribution of
warehousing to overall logistics performance—typically between 2%
and 5% of corporate revenue. In world-class warehousing these costs
are minimized while also improving customer service. The principles
and systems described in this book are common denominators of
world-class warehousing. The principles have been developed over
a decade of logistics research, education and consulting project experience. World-Class Warehousing and Material Handling can be
used to develop a warehouse master plan to support the corporation’s
overall logistics strategy.
(Professional References)
Project Management
(Professional References)
SUPPLY CHAIN COST MANAGEMENT
By Jimmy Anklesaria
2007(November2007)/256pages
ISBN-13:978-0-81-447475-4MHID:0-814-47475-6
A Professional Reference Title
For most supply chains, cost reduction is imperative to long-term
survival. Yet identifying the costs that can be eliminated—and then
doing so effectively— can prove impossible without the right method.
This book introduces the same process the author has used to save
companies like IBM, Kodak, and DuPont billions of dollars, simply
by harnessing the knowledge of suppliers. Using reallife case studies and examples. The book gives readers everything they need to
implement this powerful system, and bring genuine and permanent
savings to their company.
MASTERING PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Applying Advanced Concepts to Systems
Thinking, Control & Evaluation, Resource
Allocation, 2nd Edition
By James Lewis, The Lewis Institute Inc
2008(August2007)/464pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-146291-4/MHID:0-07-146291-0
A Professional Reference Title
Written by one of the world’s most recognized authorities on project
management, the field’s gold standard reference for nearly a decade has been revised to include more than 35% new or updated
material.
CONTENTS
Part1:whatit’sallabout
Chapter 1: So you want to master project management
Chapter 2: The job of managing
Chapter 3: Integrating leadership and management
Chapter 4: Leading to Learn and Learning to Lead…..Dr. Tom
Boldrey
Chapter 5: Whole brain project management
Chapter 6: HT Achieve High performance Project management
Chapter 7: Power and Politics for Project management
Chapter 8: Dealing with cultural differences
Chapter 9: Defining Success and Failure
Chapter 10: Organizing for project management
Part2:ToolsandTechniques
Chapter 11: A Review of the Standard Tools
Chapter 12: The need for systems thinking in project management
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Chapter 13: Understanding Systems thinking
Chapter 14: HT Apply systems thinking in managing projects
Chapter 15: Managing project Risks
Chapter 16: Improving decisions in projects
Part3:Planning
Chapter 17: Developing a Shared Understanding of a Project
Chapter 18: Identifying Customer Requirements
Chapter 19: Managing resources in project Scheduling
Chapter 20: Scheduling Uncertainty in projects
Part4:Control
Chapter 21: Tracking progress to Achieve project Control
Chapter 22: Accounting and Cost control
Chapter 23: Change control in project
Chapter 24: Managing vendors in projects
Chapter 25: Conducting project reviews
Chapter 26: managing quality projects
Part5:OptimizingProjectperformance
Chapter 27: Improving project management processes
Chapter 28: Improving Estimating capability
Chapter 29: Managing Innovation in projeects
CONTENTS
PREFACE / ACKNOWLEDGMENTS / INTRODUCTION
Part1:Introduction
Chapter 1: The Evolution of Project Management
Chapter 2: Why Project Management?
Chapter 3: The Project Management Process
Part2:TheStrategicContextofProjects
Chapter 4: When to Use Project Management
Chapter 5: The Strategic Context of Projects
Chapter 6: The Board of Directors and Major Projects
Chapter 7: Project Stakeholder Management
Chapter 8: Strategic Issues in Project Management
Part3:OrganizationalDesignforProjectManagement
Chapter 9: Organizing for Project Management
Chapter 10: Project Portfolio Management
Chapter 11: Project Authority
Chapter 12: Project Management Maturity
Part4:ProjectOperations
Chapter 13: Project Planning
Chapter 14: Project Management Information System
Chapter 15: Project Monitoring. Evaluation, and Control
Chapter 16: The Project Earned Value Management System
Chapter 17: Project Termination
Part5:InterpersonalDynamicsintheManagementofProjects
Chapter 18: Project Leadership
Chapter 19: Project Communications
Chapter 20: Successful Project Teams
Part6:TheCulturalElements
Chapter 21: Continuous Improvement Through Projects
Chapter 22: Cultural Considerations in Project Management
Part7:NewProspects
Chapter 23: Alternative Project Teams
INDEX
International Edition
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
5th Edition
By David Cleland, University of Pittsburgh and Lewis Ireland, President
of the American Society
2007(August2006)/688pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-147160-2/MHID:0-07-147160-X
ISBN-13:978-0-07-126237-8/MHID:0-07-126237-7[IE]
A Professional Reference Title
Today’s Most Effective Guide for Applying Project Management to
Implement Organizational Strategies -- Now Updated and Expanded!
Project Management: Strategic Design and Implementation delivers
complete guidance on applying the theory, processes, practices, and
techniques of project management to support strategic planning. Written by two world-renowned project management leaders, this new edition presents the latest methods for using flexible teams to implement
organizational strategies -- especially changes to products, services,
and processes. Designed for use in both large and small organizations,
this updated classic ranges from the project management process…to
project planning, monitoring, evaluation, and control…to continuous
improvement through projects. This resource offers new material on
project portfolio management, earned value, project management
maturity, nontraditional teams, project partnering, project management
outsourcing, and much more. The Fifth edition of Project Management:
Strategic Design and Implementation features:
 Detailed coverage of all advances in project management theory
and practice
 Helpful sections added to each chapter, including chapter summary,
additional sources of information, discussion questions, project management principles, case study, assignment, and checklist
 Updated examples and exercises on key project management
topics
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
24 Steps to Help You Master Any Project
By Gary Heerkens, Management Solutions Group
2007(June2007)/128pages
ISBN-13:978-0-07-148652-1/MHID:0-07-148652-6
A Professional Reference Title
Project Management gives you proven guidance in both the science
and art of becoming an effective project manager, from coordinating
and documenting the work to leading people to developing (and trusting!) your own judgment. Filled with action steps, this practical guide
helps you get comfortable with the tools of project planning as well as
cultivate smooth working relationships with people inside and outside
your organization in order to achieve your goals. You’ll see how to:

Understand exactly what is required of you in your role

Develop a logical plan of action
 Lead and motivate a team while actively managing your communication channels
 Make the best decisions for the project-and seek acceptable
solutions rather than perfect ones
 Perform financial analyses and terminate unworthy projects in
order to meet a bottom-line, long-term objective
 A larger format with sidebars to highlight major issues
 Manage all project stakeholders through consistent measuring
against a pre-announced baseline for productivity
 This new material: chapters on “The Evolution of Project Management” and “Successful Project Teams”
Effective project management isn’t easy, but the payoff can be hugeboth for you and for your organization. Project Management helps
you develop the foundation you need to be successful in any project
initiative.
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CONTENTS
INVITATION TO PUBLISH
1. Planning and executing strategy
2. Manage strategically
3. Follow the logic
4. Assess your readiness
5. Plan to plan
6. Define your business
7. Assess your situation
8. Understand your model
9. Know your market
10. Assess the terrain
11. Understand opportunities and threats
12. Set feasible goals
13. Strategize for goals
14. Set priorities
15. Pursue your purpose
16. Follow your mission
17. write the business plan
18. Write the annual plan
19. Get the right people
20. Obtain commitment
21. Align with strategy
22. Work across functions
23. Execute with discipline
24. Monitor and improve
25. Learn, change, institutionalize
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TITLE INDEX
A
Annual Editions: Economics, 34e
Cole
16, 31
Applied Linear Regression Models, 4e
Neter
89
Applied Linear Statistical Models, 5e
Kutner
88
Applied Statistics in Business and Economics with Student CD, 2e
Doane
79
Applied Statistics in Business and Economics with Student CD-ROM
Doane
82
Basic Econometrics, 4e
Gujarati
39
Basic Statistics for Business and Economics, 6e
Lind
80
Basic Statistics for Business and Economics, 5e
Lind
83
Basic Statistics Using Excel and MegaStat
Orris
82
Basic Statistics Using Excel for use with Statistical Techniques in Business & Economics, 13e
Lind
85
Business Dynamics: Systems Thinking and Modeling for a Complex World
Sterman
53
Business Environment [TMH]
Paul
38
Business Forecasting, 5e
Wilson
86
Business Information: Finding and Using Data in the Digital Age
Zagorsky
88
Business Research Methods, 2e
Blumberg
87
Business Research Methods, 10e
Cooper
87
Business Statistics in Practice, 4e
Bowerman
82
Business Statistics, 2e [TMH]
Beri
84
Chinese Economy
Cai
49
Complete Business Statistics, 7e
Aczel
79
Complete Business Statistics, 6e
Aczel
83
Concise Guide to Macroeconomics
Moss
21
Contemporary Labor Economics, 8e
McConnell
46
Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning for CAT, 3e [TMH]
Sharma
89
Decision Making and Forecasting
Marshall
87
Designing and Managing the Supply Chain, 3e
Simchi-Levi
69
Econometric Methods, 4e
Johnston
40
Econometric Models and Economic Forecasts, 4e
Pindyck
40
Econometrics
Schmidt
39
Economic Growth and Development
Van Den Berg
48
Economic Principles, 2e
Jackson
13
B
C
D
E
95
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TITLE INDEX
Economics, 8e [UK]
Begg
14
Economics, 7e
Colander
Economics, 17e
McConnell
10
Economics, 18e
Samuelson
15
Economics, 8e
Slavin
12
Economics for Business, 2e
Begg
28
Economics of European Integration, 2e (The) [UK]
Baldwin
49
Economics of Social Issues, 18e
Sharp
30
Economics of Organizations and Strategy (The) [UK]
Richard
37
Economy Today, 11e (The)
Schiller
11
Environmental Economics, 4e
Field
37
Essentials of Business Statistics, 2e
Bowerman
79
Essentials of Econometrics, 3e
Gujarati
38
Essentials of Economics
Brue
Essentials of Economics, 7e
Schiller
27
Essentials of Economics, 6e
Schiller
28
Essentials of Math with Business Applications: Student Edition, 7e
Nelson
94
Essential Statistics in Business and Economics
Doane
80
Experiments with Economic Principles: Microeconomics, 2e
Bergstrom
17
Factory Physics, 3e
Hopp
62
Flying High in a Competitive Industry: Cost Effective Service Excellence at Singapore Airlines
Heracleous
67
Forecasting, Principles and Application
Delurgio
86
Foundations of Economics, 3e
Begg
28
Foundations of Inventory Management
Zipkin
63
Fundamental Methods of Mathematical Economics, 4e
Chiang
41
History of Economic Theory and Method, 4e (A)
Ekelund
45
Hong Kong Economy: From Recovery to Restructure (The)
Li
49
Interactive Models for Operations and Supply Chain Management with CD
Finch
56
International Economics, 6e
Appleyard
43
International Economics, 4e [TMH]
Cherunilam
45
International Economics, 13e
Pugel
44
International Economics
Van Den Berg
45
Introduction to Business Data Mining
Olson
73
Introduction to Information Systems Project Management: A Systems Approach, 2e
Olson
64
9
12, 27
F
H
I
96
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Introduction to Operations Reserach, 8e
Hillier
73
Introduction to Management Science
Stevenson
60
Introduction to Management Science: A Modeling and Case Studies Approach w/Spreadsheets, 3e
Hillier
59
Issues in Economics Today, 4e
Guell
29
Juran
66
Labor Economics, 4e
Borjas
46
Logistics & Supply Chain Management [UK]
Jonsson
69
Macroeconomics, 7e
Colander
18
Macroeconomics, 2e
DeLong
32
Macroeconomics, 2e [Aust]
Dornbusch
32
Macroeconomics, 10e
Dornbusch
31
Macroeconomics, 17e
McConnell
18
Macroeconomics, 8e
Jackson
21
Macroeconomics, 18e
Samuelson
22
Macroeconomics, 8e
Slavin
20
Macro Economy Today, 11e (The)
Schiller
19
Managerial Economics, 9e
Thomas
36
Managerial Economics and Business Strategy, 6e
Baye
35
Managerial Economics and Organizational Architecture, 4e
Brickley
36
Managing Project and Service Development: Text and Cases
Thomke
64
Manufacturing Planning and Control Systems, 5e
Vollmann
63
Mastering Project Management, 2e
Lewis
74
Matching Supply with Demand: An Introduction to Operations Management, 2e
Cachon
53, 68
Matching Supply with Demand: An Introduction to Operations Management
Cachon
57, 71
Mathematics for Economics
Taylor
40
Mathematics of Money with Student CD (The)
Biehler
93
Microeconomics and Behavior, 7e
Frank
34
Microeconomics
Bernheim
33
Microeconomics, 7e
Colander
22
Microeconomics, 8e [Aust]
Jackson
26
Microeconomics, 3e
Katz
35
Microeconomics, 8e
Slavin
25
Microeconomics, 17e
McConnell
23
Microeconomics [UK]
Morgan
34
Microeconomics, 18e
Samuelson
27
J
Juran’s Quality Control Handbook, 5e
L
M
97
HED 08 Econs & Dec Science Index97 97
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Mico Economy Today, 11e (The)
Schiller
24
Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 2e
Cecchetti
42
Money, Banking and Financial Markets
Cecchetti
43
Operations and Supply Management, 12e
Jacobs
53
Operations and Supply Management: The Core
Jacobs
55
Operations Management, 7e
Knod
58
Operations Management [UK]
Leseure
56
Operations Management, 9e
Stevenson
56
Operations Management for Competitive Advantage, 11e
Chase
57
Operations Management: Contemporary Concepts and Cases, 4e
Schroeder
54
Operations Management: Integrating Manufacturing and Services, 5e
Davis
58
Operations Management Software Windows
Moses
59
Operations Management Video Series Vol. XII DVD, 9e
Irwin/McGraw-Hill
56
Operations Now: Supply Chain Profitability and Performance with Student DVD, 3e
Finch
54
Operations Strategy: Competiting in the 21st Century
Beckman
65
Origin of Wealth (The)
Beinhocker
12
Power of Macroeconomics CD-ROM (The)
Navarro
15
Power of Microeconomics CD-ROM (The)
Navarro
16
Practical Business Math Procedures, 9e
Slater
93
Practical Business Statistics, 5e
Siegel
84
Professional Services: Text and Cases
DeLong
68
Principles and Tools for Supply Chain Management with Student CD-ROM
Webster
70
Principles of Economics [UK]
Frank
14
Principles of Economics, 3e
Frank
13
Principles of Macroeconomics, 3e
Frank
21
Principles of Microeconomics [Aust]
Frank
26
Principles of Microeconomics, 3e
Frank
25
Production and Operations Analysis, 6e
Nahmias
62
Production and Operations Analysis, 5e
Nahmias
62
Project Management, 5e
Cleland
75
Project Management: 24 Steps to Help You Master Any Project
Heerkens
75
Project Management: The Managerial Process, 4e
Gray
63
Public Finance, 8e
Rosen
47
Purchasing and Supply Management
Benton
70
Purchasing and Supply Management, 13e
Leenders
71
O
P
98
HED 08 Econs & Dec Science Index98 98
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Q
Quality Management, 3e
Gitlow
66
Quality Planning and Analysis: From Product Development though Use, 5e
Gryna
65
Quantitative Methods for Business, 2e
Dewhurst
61
Quantitative Techniques in Management, 3e [TMH]
Vohra
61
SAP R/3 Enterprise Software: An Introduction
Hayen
59, 72
Schaum’s Easy Outline of Business Statistics
Kazmier
85
Schaum’s Easy Outline of Introduction to Mathematical Economics
Dowling
40
Schaum’s Outline of Basic Business Mathematics, 2e
Lerner
94
Schaum’s Outline of Beginning Statistics, 2e
Stephens
85
Schaum’s Outline of Business Statistics, 4e
Kazmier
85
Schaum’s Outline of Easy Outline of Principles of Economics
Salvatore
17
Schaum’s Outline of International Economics, 4e
Salvatore
45
Schaum’s Outline of Introduction to Mathematical Economics, 3e
Dowling
41
Schaum’s Outline of Macroeconomics, 3e
Diulio
17
Schaum’s Outline of Microeconomic Theory, 4e
Salvatore
49
Schaum’s Outline of Operations Management, 2e
Monks
58
Schaum’s Outline of Operations Research, 2e
Bronson
74
Schaum’s Outline of Principles of Economics, 2e
Salvatore
17
Schaum’s Outline of Probability and Statistics, 2e
Spiegel
86
Schaum’s Outline of Statistics and Econometrics, 2e
Salvatore
Service Management, 6e
Fitzsimmons
67
Sim’s Project Player’s Manual and Access Code
Pinto
64
Spreadsheet Modeling for Business Decisions
Kros
60
Statistical Quality Control, 7e
Grant
66
Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics, 13e
Lind
81
Statistics: A First Course, 6e
Sanders
84
Statistics for Business, Economics, Management & Finance [UK]
Nieuwenhuis
81
Structure of Economics: A Mathematical Analysis, 3e (The)
Silberberg
41
Supply Chain Cost Management
Anklesaria
74
Supply Chain Logistics Management, 2e
Bowersox
71
Supply Chain Science
Hopp
68
Bonello
30
S
39, 85
T
Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Economic Issues, 13e
99
HED 08 Econs & Dec Science Index99 99
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U
Urban Economics, 6e
O’Sullivan
47
World Class Supply Management: The Key to Supply Chain Management w/Student CD (Cases), 7e
Burt
72
World-Class Warehousing and Material Handling
Frazelle
74
W
100
HED 08 Econs & Dec Science Index100 100
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A
Aczel
Complete Business Statistics, 7e
79
Aczel
Complete Business Statistics, 6e
83
Anklesaria Supply Chain Cost Management
74
Appleyard International Economics, 6e
43
Baldwin
Economics of European Integration, 2e (The) [UK]
49
Baye Managerial Economics and Business Strategy, 6e
35
Beckman Operations Strategy: Competiting in the 21st Century
65
Begg Economics, 8e [UK]
14
Begg
Economics for Business, 2e
28
Begg Foundations of Economics, 3e
28
Beinhocker Origin of Wealth (The)
12
Benton Purchasing and Supply Management
70
Bergstrom
Experiments with Economic Principles: Microeconomics, 2e
17
Beri
Business Statistics, 2e [TMH]
84
Bernheim Microeconomics
33
Biehler Mathematics of Money with Student CD (The)
93
Blumberg
Business Research Methods, 2e
87
Bonello Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Economic Issues, 13e
30
Borjas
Labor Economics, 4e
46
Bowerman
Business Statistics in Practice, 4e
82
Bowerman Essentials of Business Statistics, 2e
79
Bowersox Supply Chain Logistics Management, 2e
71
Brickley Managerial Economics and Organizational Architecture, 4e
36
Bronson Schaum’s Outline of Operations Research, 2e
74
Brue Essentials of Economics
Burt
World Class Supply Management: The Key to Supply Chain Management w/Student CD (Cases), 7e
B
12, 27
72
C
Cachon Matching Supply with Demand: An Introduction to Operations Management, 2e
53, 68
Cachon Matching Supply with Demand: An Introduction to Operations Management
57, 71
Cai Chinese Economy
49
Cecchetti Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 2e
42
Cecchetti Money, Banking and Financial Markets
43
Chase Operations Management for Competitive Advantage, 11e
57
Cherunilam International Economics, 4e [TMH]
45
Chiang Fundamental Methods of Mathematical Economics, 4e
41
Cleland Project Management, 5e
75
101
HED 08 Econs & Dec Science Index101 101
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Colander Economics, 7e
9
Colander Macroeconomics, 7e
18
Colander Microeconomics, 7e
22
Cole Annual Editions: Economics, 34e
Cooper
Business Research Methods, 10e
87
Davis Operations Management: Integrating Manufacturing and Services, 5e
58
DeLong Macroeconomics, 2e
32
DeLong Professional Services: Text and Cases
68
Delurgio
Forecasting, Principles and Application
86
Dewhurst
Quantitative Methods for Business, 2e
61
Diulio Schaum’s Outline of Macroeconomics, 3e
17
Doane Applied Statistics in Business and Economics with Student CD, 2e
79
Doane Applied Statistics in Business and Economics with Student CD-ROM
82
Doane
Essential Statistics in Business and Economics
80
Dornbusch Macroeconomics, 2e [Aust]
32
Dornbusch Macroeconomics, 10e
31
Dowling Schaum’s Easy Outline of Introduction to Mathematical Economics
40
Dowling
Schaum’s Outline of Introduction to Mathematical Economics, 3e
41
History of Economic Theory and Method, 4e (A)
45
Field
Environmental Economics, 4e
37
Finch Interactive Models for Operations and Supply Chain Management with CD
56
Finch
Operations Now: Supply Chain Profitability and Performance with Student DVD, 3e
54
Fitzsimmons
Service Management, 6e
67
Frank
Microeconomics and Behavior, 7e
34
Frank
Principles of Economics [UK]
14
Frank
Principles of Economics, 3e
13
Frank
Principles of Macroeconomics, 3e
21
Frank
Principles of Microeconomics [Aust]
26
Frank
Principles of Microeconomics, 3e
25
Frazelle World-Class Warehousing and Material Handling
74
16, 31
D
E
Ekelund F
102
HED 08 Econs & Dec Science Index102 102
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G
Gitlow
Quality Management, 3e
66
Grant Statistical Quality Control, 7e
66
Gray
Project Management: The Managerial Process, 4e
63
Gryna
Quality Planning and Analysis: From Product Development though Use, 5e
65
Guell Issues in Economics Today, 4e
29
Gujarati Basic Econometrics, 4e
39
Gujarati Essentials of Econometrics, 3e
38
H
Hayen
SAP R/3 Enterprise Software: An Introduction
59, 72
Heerkens
Project Management: 24 Steps to Help You Master Any Project
75
Heracleous Flying High in a Competitive Industry: Cost Effective Service Excellence at Singapore Airlines
67
Hillier Introduction to Operations Reserach, 8e
73
Hillier
Introduction to Management Science: A Modeling and Case Studies Approach w/Spreadsheets, 3e
59
Hopp Factory Physics, 3e
62
Hopp Supply Chain Science
68
Operations Management Video Series Vol. XII DVD, 9e
56
Jackson
Economic Principles, 2e
13
Jackson Macroeconomics, 8e
21
Jackson Microeconomics, 8e [Aust]
26
Jacobs
Operations and Supply Management, 12e
53
Jacobs
Operations and Supply Management: The Core
55
Johnston
Econometric Methods, 4e
40
Jonsson Logistics & Supply Chain Management [UK]
69
Juran Juran’s Quality Control Handbook, 5e
66
Katz Microeconomics, 3e
35
Kazmier Schaum’s Easy Outline of Business Statistics
85
Kazmier Schaum’s Outline of Business Statistics, 4e
85
Knod Operations Management, 7e
58
Kros Spreadsheet Modeling for Business Decisions
60
Kutner Applied Linear Statistical Models, 5e
88
I
Irwin/McGraw-Hill
J
K
103
HED 08 Econs & Dec Science Index103 103
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L
Leenders
Purchasing and Supply Management, 13e
71
Lerner
Schaum’s Outline of Basic Business Mathematics, 2e
94
Leseure Operations Management [UK]
56
Lewis Mastering Project Management, 2e
74
Li
Hong Kong Economy: From Recovery to Restructure (The)
49
Lind Basic Statistics for Business and Economics, 6e
80
Lind Basic Statistics for Business and Economics, 5e
83
Lind
Basic Statistics Using Excel for use with Statistical Techniques in Business & Economics, 13e
85
Lind
Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics, 13e
81
Marshall
Decision Making and Forecasting
87
McConnell
Contemporary Labor Economics, 8e
46
McConnell Economics, 17e
10
McConnell Macroeconomics, 17e
18
McConnell
Microeconomics, 17e
23
Monks Schaum’s Outline of Operations Management, 2e
58
Morgan Microeconomics [UK]
34
Moses Operations Management Software Windows
59
Moss
Concise Guide to Macroeconomics
21
Nahmias
Production and Operations Analysis, 6e
62
Nahmias
Production and Operations Analysis, 5e
62
Navarro
Power of Macroeconomics CD-ROM (The)
15
Navarro
Power of Microeconomics CD-ROM (The)
16
Nelson
Essentials of Math with Business Applications: Student Edition, 7e
94
Neter Applied Linear Regression Models, 4e
89
Nieuwenhuis
Statistics for Business, Economics, Management & Finance [UK]
81
Olson Introduction to Business Data Mining
73
Olson Introduction to Information Systems Project Management: A Systems Approach, 2e
64
Orris Basic Statistics Using Excel and MegaStat
82
O’Sullivan Urban Economics, 6e
47
M
N
O
104
HED 08 Econs & Dec Science Index104 104
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P
Paul
Business Environment [TMH]
38
Pindyck
Econometric Models and Economic Forecasts, 4e
40
Pinto
Sim’s Project Player’s Manual and Access Code
64
Pugel International Economics, 13e
44
Richard
Economics of Organizations and Strategy (The) [UK]
37
Rosen Public Finance, 8e
47
Salvatore Schaum’s Outline of Easy Outline of Principles of Economics
17
Salvatore Schaum’s Outline of International Economics, 4e
45
Salvatore
Schaum’s Outline of Microeconomic Theory, 4e
49
Salvatore
Schaum’s Outline of Principles of Economics, 2e
17
Salvatore Schaum’s Outline of Statistics and Econometrics, 2e
Samuelson Economics, 18e
15
Samuelson Macroeconomics, 18e
22
Samuelson Microeconomics, 18e
27
Sanders
Statistics: A First Course, 6e
84
Schiller Economy Today, 11e (The)
11
Schiller
Essentials of Economics, 7e
27
Schiller
Essentials of Economics, 6e
28
Schiller Macro Economy Today, 11e (The)
19
Schiller Mico Economy Today, 11e (The)
24
Schmidt Econometrics
39
Schroeder Operations Management: Contemporary Concepts and Cases, 4e
54
Sharma
Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning for CAT, 3e [TMH]
89
Sharp Economics of Social Issues, 18e
30
Siegel
Practical Business Statistics, 5e
84
Silberberg Structure of Economics: A Mathematical Analysis, 3e (The)
41
Simchi-Levi
Designing and Managing the Supply Chain, 3e
69
Slater Practical Business Math Procedures, 9e
93
Slavin Economics, 8e
12
Slavin
Macroeconomics, 8e
20
Slavin Microeconomics, 8e
25
Spiegel
Schaum’s Outline of Probability and Statistics, 2e
86
Stephens Schaum’s Outline of Beginning Statistics, 2e
85
Sterman Business Dynamics: Systems Thinking and Modeling for a Complex World
53
Stevenson Introduction to Management Science
60
Stevenson Operations Management, 9e
56
R
S
39, 85
105
HED 08 Econs & Dec Science Index105 105
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T
Taylor Mathematics for Economics
40
Thomas
Managerial Economics, 9e
36
Thomke Managing Project and Service Development: Text and Cases
64
Van Den Berg
Economic Growth and Development
48
Van Den Berg International Economics
45
Vohra Quantitative Techniques in Management, 3e [TMH]
61
Vollmann Manufacturing Planning and Control Systems, 5e
63
Webster Principles and Tools for Supply Chain Management with Student CD-ROM
70
Wilson
Business Forecasting, 5e
86
Zagorsky
Business Information: Finding and Using Data in the Digital Age
88
Zipkin Foundations of Inventory Management
63
V
W
Z
106
HED 08 Econs & Dec Science Index106 106
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and feedback from the program to guide their
studies.
homework manager
The most powerful
Homework Manager
system available
How instructors use it
Instructors can develop, publish and deliver
self-scoring algorithmic assessments
(homework, quizzes, or exams). Problems
structure available in Homework Manager
can be easily identified in the text by the
Homework Manager icon. Homework
Manager records students’ scores
and instructor will know how the class
performed in the exam and which topics
students struggled with.
How students use it
Homework Manager is available for these subjects
Accounting
Finance
Business Statistics
Introduction to Business
Operations Management
With algorithmically generated questions
and instant grading and feedback, students
develop problem-solving skills and are
better prepared for exams. Homework
Manager provides students with online
solutions to end-of-chapter problems. The
questions are linked to textbook which
make it easy for them to reflect the topics
covered in class or access assessments
(homework, quizzes, or exams) their
instructor has created.
Homework Manager is powered by Brownstone Learning.
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