Extensive and topical in scope, this book covers not only the classic economic theories, but also contemporary economic situations, including the more recent one-Sub-prime crisis. Through this guide, readers can now make sense of the daily dose of economic news and views(less)
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National Income, Classical Theory of Employment, Determination of Income and Employment, Savings, Investment and Multiplier, Consumption Function, Marginal Efficiency of Capital, Rate of Interest, Saving-Investment Equality, Principle of Acceleration, Unemployment in an Undeveloped Economy, Secular Stagnation, Money and Prices, Inflation and Deflation, Credit Creation and Credit Control, Business Cycles, Economic Stabilization, Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy, Fiscal Policy and Economic Development, Deficit Financing, Public Debt, Growth Models, etc. The text has been supplemented with figures, tables and equations wherever required, and presented in a lucid manner for easy understanding by the readers.
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It is in terms of macroeconomics that monetary problems can be analyzed and understood properly. Frequent changes in the value of money, characterized by inflation or deflation affect the economy adversely.
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" Pnin is the focal point of subtle academic conspiracies he cannot begin to comprehend, yet he stages a faculty party to end all faculty parties forever. About the Author : Vladimir Nabokov has contributed to Pnin as an author.
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The Puranic foundations of religious syncretism. 21.
The first great reformation : Sankara and the triumph of high intellectual tradition. 22.
The golden age of Brahmanical art. 23.
The supra-human tension in medieval sculpture. 24.
The synthesis of Tantrika culture. 25.
The heirs of Buddhism : the Vajra, Natha and Sahaja movements. VII.
Conflict and re-synthesis: 26. India and Islam : the phase of conflict.
27. The condition of the people in Turko-Afghan times.
28. India and Islam : the rapprochement or Hindustani phase.
29. The second great reformation : Ramananda and the people's Movements of Bhakti and social revolt.
30. Fresh bridges between Hinduism and Islam.
31. The Chaitanya Vaishnava Movement : renaissance in religion and literature.
32. Towards a national Padshahi under the Mughals.
33. The spiritual intimacy between Bhakti' and Sufism.
34. The rise of Sikh religious nationalism.
35. The restoration of the Hindu(less)
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I. The pattern of Indian civilization: 1.
The cultural interpretation of Indian history. 2.
The geography behind civilization. 3.
The political and cultural unity of Bharatavarsha. II.
The rise of Indian civilization: 4. The beginnings of civilization on the Sindhu.
5. The Vedic civilization on the Sarasvati.
6. Intellectual and social revolutions--Bhagavatism, Ajivikism and Jainism.
7. The ministry of Gautama the Tathagata.
III. The interchange between Indian and foreign civilizations: 8.
The empire from the Iranian plateau to the Indian ocean. 9.
The triumph of Pacifism : the humanitarian mission of Asoka, beloved of Gods. 10.
Indo-Hellenism : Yavana elements in Indian culture and art. 11.
The transformation of the caturvarnya : social absorption of foreigners. IV.
The flowering of Indian civilization: 12. The epic ideals of human relations.
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How long will she be able to withstand the pressure of the numerous suitors who seek her hand (and Ithaka) - and will she remain as faithful as mythology states, or might she fall in love with one of them? The vivid colours of life on the abundant island of Ithaka are evoked with magic and warmth, as Penelope and those around her tell their own incredible stories. Interspersed with wonderful verse retellings of Odysseus' adventures, this is a thrilling novel with a contemporary feel(less)
While Lucy's husband, Greg, retreats into himself, his and Lucy's eight-year-old daughter, Sophie, has simply stopped speaking. Desperate to help Sophie, Ellie turns to a book that gave her comfort as a child, "The Secret Garden.
" As its story of hurt, magic, and healing blooms around them, so, too, do Lucy's secrets--some big, some small. Peeling back the layers of her friend's life, Ellie is forced to confront her own as well: the marriage she left behind, the loss she'd hoped to escape.
And suddenly Ellie's carefully constructed existence is spinning out of control in a chain of events that will transform her life--and the lives of those around her--forever. About the Author : Julie Buxbaum has contributed to After You as an author.
Julie Buxbaum is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard Law School. The Opposite of Love is her first novel(less)
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