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eBook International Trade and Global Macropolicy (Springer Texts in Business and Economics) ePub

by Farrokh Langdana,Peter T. Murphy

  • ISBN: 1461416345
  • Category: Business and Finance
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Farrokh Langdana,Peter T. Murphy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 2014 edition (July 17, 2013)
  • Pages: 405
  • ePub book: 1855 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 102

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Murphy has 25 years of experience as a pioneer and leader in global business, establishing ventures and achieving growth in dozens of countries across Asia, Europe, and the Americas.

Murphy has 25 years of experience as a pioneer and leader in global business, establishing ventures and achieving growth in dozens of countries across Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Mr. Murphy’s expertise in business strategy is complemented by his hands-on experience in multiple disciplines including sales, operations, supply chain, finance, marketing, and technology. Murphy received his Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from Rutgers Business School in 2010, and was awarded the Executive MBA Achievement Award for Highest Academic Achievement in the EMBA Program.

Authors: Langdana, Farrokh, Murphy, Peter .

Dr. Farrokh Langdana is a professor in the Finance/Economics Department at Rutgers Business School, New Jersey. He teaches Macroeconomic Policy as well as International Trade and Global Macroeconomics in the EMBA program as well as in the full-time and Flex MBA programs at Rutgers Business School. In addition to being the recipient of the Warren I. Susman Award for Excellence in Teaching (Rutgers University’s highest teaching award), Prof.

Part of the Springer Texts in Business and Economics book series (STBE). Farrokh Langdana, Peter T. Murphy. Dr. Farrokh Langdana is a professor in the Finance/Economics Department at Rutgers Business School (RBS), New Jersey. The Ricardian Trade Model. Langdana is currently the Director of the globally ranked Executive MBA program at RBS.

A key feature of this volume is the presentation of the theoretical models, and the discussion of their implications in the context of real-world applications. This text is uniquely designed for current and future business leaders who are, or will be, engaged in the global economy.

Автор: Farrokh Langdana; Peter T. Murphy Название: International Trade and .

The text develops such concepts as the use of global commons and automatism (as opposed to voluntarism). Автор: Langdana Название: International Trade and Global Macropolicy ISBN: 1461416345 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781461416340 Издательство: Springer Рейтинг

This book is intended as a textbook for a course in behavioral economics for advanced undergraduate and graduate students who have already learned basic economics.

Springer Texts in Business and Economics - : International Trade and Global Macropolicy Tout savoir sur Springer Texts in Business and Economics. Farrokh Langdana (Auteur), Peter T. Murphy (Auteur). In the curricula of highly ranked MBA programs, two areas of discussion are conspicuously absent: International Trade, and Global Macroeconomic Policy. This book is intended as a textbook for a course in behavioral economics for advanced undergraduate and graduate students who have already learned basic economics.

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In the curricula of highly ranked MBA programs, two areas of discussion are conspicuously absent: International Trade, and Global Macroeconomic Policy. A key feature of this volume is the presentation of the theoretical models, and the discussion of their implications in the context of real-world applications.

and its present imperiled state, in the context of global macropolicy. India, with its different-almost to macropolicy is also studied in detail.

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Farrokh Langdana & Peter T. Murphy, 2014. Download full text from publisher. Handle: RePEc:spr:sptbec:978-1-4614-1635-7 DOI: 1. 7. More about this item.

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In the curricula of highly ranked MBA programs, two areas of discussion are conspicuously absent: International Trade, and Global Macroeconomic Policy. In this post-financial crisis environment, as the US and other advanced economies continue to experience sluggish growth, persistently high unemployment, and political agitation for increasingly protectionist policies, discussions pertaining to trade, currencies, and international capital flows are often fraught with emotion, tension, and hysteria. This book cuts through the emotions and superficial “solutions” and provides the reader with a thorough understanding of the hard-hitting theoretical models that drive the global flow of goods, services, and capital in the real world.  A key feature of this volume is the presentation of the theoretical models, and the discussion of their implications in the context of real-world applications. This text is uniquely designed for current and future business leaders who are, or will be, engaged in the global economy. Armed with an understanding of the theoretical underpinnings driving goods, capital and ideas across national boundaries, readers will learn to anticipate the effects of trade and macroeconomic policy changes, and will have the tools to make sound, informed decisions for themselves and their global organizations.

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Thundershaper Thundershaper
Langdana and Murphy do an exceptional job in demystifying international trade and global macroeconomic policies. Their combination of graphs and “real life” articles simplifies complex concepts and allows the reader to quickly and fully understand trade and macroeconomic theory. A must have for any MBA student.
Chinon Chinon
A practical and insightful must-read for anyone genuinely interested in global business, policy, and politics. Langdana and Murphy dispel common misconceptions about products being "made-in-the-USA" - whether this is a fact and, more importantly, whether it should be a goal. They segue seemlessly from microeconomic principles about globalized firms and industries to a far-reaching macroeconomic analyses that spans countries, their capital flows and their exchange rate dynamics. The unique real-world "articles" in each chapter truly bring the theory to life. This book is a thoughtful and well-articulated explanation of issues that are integral to a thriving economy.
Modred Modred
I had the opportunity to read the manuscript of this book while taking the lecture taught by the author during the last semester of my MBA program. It's a hard hitting book that provided me with an understanding of the classical trade theorem/policy and its real world implications without going through the savagery of complex mathematical equations. Through this book, Langdana & Murphy had succeeded in bringing human concerns back into the economic studies. .:REMBA13:.
Dukinos Dukinos
Langdana and Murphy have provided an excellent, detailed introduction to the topic of global trade, useful for advanced undergraduate or graduate courses in business and economics. Through excellent use of graphs and examples they present the compelling case that global trade is not a zero/sum game. Rather, the "pie gets bigger" for everyone as trade barriers are lifted. This text was used very successfully in the executive MBA program at Rutgers, and I would unhesitantly recommend it for use by others.
Kata Kata
Just got a copy of the book last month and currently I am reading through it. This book is magnificent. It's well written and easy to understand, with detailed diagrams that clearly convey the economic principles Farrokh and Peter are explaining in the surrounding text. Of course diagrams are found in every economics textbook, but the organization and neat presentation of this book does wonders to aid learning, and in my opinion goes beyond other books I have read. Each chapter builds on the previous and really enlightens the reader regarding the most important principles of economic theory (micro and macro).