CURRICULUM FOR BS (HONS) 4 YEARS PROGRAMME MAJOR IN BUSINESS

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CURRICULUM FOR BS (HONS) 4 YEARS PROGRAMME MAJOR IN BUSINESS  - page 1
CURRICULUM FOR BS (HONS) 4 YEARS PROGRAMME MAJOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION August 31, 2007 UNIVERSITY OF GUJRAT GUJRAT.
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BBA (HONS.) MAJOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION The mission of BBA programme is to train students in a practical way so that they can become top notch professionals in the real time organizations. Business and management is an ever evolving field as innovation is one of its integral parts. Students will be encouraged to take part in brain storming sessions which will give rise to their creativity. On the other hand class rooms will be simulated business models in which students will participate so as to better understand the real time job environment. Special attention will be given to polish the presentation and communication abilities of the students. The specific objectives of the curriculum are as below: 1-To equip the students with the core concepts, framework, tools and techniques of business management which will provide a platform to make better and appropriate decisions. 2-To encourage the handling of different and conflicting point of views and to assist the effective manipulation of assumptions, possibilities and limitations of each set of theories. 3-To develop the students’ ability to define and analyze management issues within the framework of variety of environmental setting and organizational contexts and application of appropriate prospective of strategy to given situation. 4-To boost a critical, analytical, flexible and creative thought which achieve aims and objectives through a critical examination of strategy in different business contexts. 5-Provision of broad spectrum of views to resolve the challenges faced by modern business and to utilize these views and knowledge to gain competitive advantages. Enabling students to appreciate the impact of microeconomic and macroeconomic policies on the aspects of economic and political environment at global level that relate to management decision-making. 6- To explore computer applications in business research to obtain in depth understanding of current market place and business environment in surroundings. 7- Provide general knowledge of main scientific achievements, research technologies and diagnostic methods in modern business world. 8- Help students in learning and acquiring skills for maintaining methods independent practical and research work. BS Honors is a broad-based, interdisciplinary degree, which gives students an insight into a wide range of basic and social science subjects. This program is developed in line with the government’s new education policy for converting the Bachelors degree into 4 years. The program is comprised of 130 credit hours that are to be completed in a total of 8 semesters. Medium of instruction will be English. Credit hours for Compulsory courses Credit hours for General courses Credit hours for Foundation courses Credit hours for Major courses Credit hours for Electives TOTAL CREDIT HOURS Course Code SEMESTER-I ENG 101 IT 101 PKS 101 Course Title English-I Introduction to computer Pakistan studies GENERAL I* GENERAL II* Fundamentals of accounting 25 24 30 39 12 130 Credit Hours 3 3 2 3 3 3 Total=17 3 3 2 3 BBA 101 SEMESTER-II ENG 102 IT 102 ISL 100 English-II Computer application Islamic studies GENERAL III* 2
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BBA 102 SEMESTER-III ENG 201 CMSK 201 GENERAL IV* Principles of marketing 3 3 Total= 17 3 3 3 3 3 Total=15 3 3 3 3 3 Total=15 3 3 3 3 3 Total=15 3 3 3 3 3 3 Total=18 3 3 3 3 3 Total=15 BBA 201 SEMESTER-IV MATH 200 English-III Communication skills GENERAL V* GENERAL VI* Principles of management BBA 202 BBA 204 SEMESTER-V PSY 303 BBA 301 BBA 303 BBA 305 PSY 307 SEMESTER-VI PSY 302 BBA 302 BBA 304 BBA 306 BBA 308 BBA 310 SEMESTER-VII BBA 401 BBA 403 BBA 405 BBA 407 BBA 409 SEMESTER-VIII BBA 402 PSY 406 BBA 404 BBA 406 BBA 408 BBA 410 Mathematics GENERAL VII* GENERAL VIII* Business law Microeconomics Applied Statistics-I Macroeconomics Financial accounting Cost accounting Organizational behavior Applied statistics-II Business research methods Business finance Money and Banking Product/ operation management Consumer behavior Financial management Marketing management Elective I** Elective II** Internship 3 3 3 3 3 3 Total=18 * The students have to select eight courses, each of 3 credit hours (total 24 credit hours), outside their own department. In first two semesters, the students have to select any subject offered in their own Faculty. In third and fourth semesters, they have to opt for one subject from their own faculty and another from any other faculty of the university with the permission of the instructor. **There are 4 areas of specialization: Marketing; Human Resource Management; Finance; and Information Technology. The students have to choose one area of specialization. They can select four courses as their electives from the list of the subjects given in a selected area of specialization. Research project Human resource management International business Management information system Elective-III** Elective-IV** 3
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SEMESTER-I ENG 101 IT 101 PKS 101 BBA 101 English-I Introduction to computer Pakistan studies GENERAL I* GENERAL II* Fundamentals of accounting 3 3 2 3 3 3 Total=17 ENGLISH-I Use of grammar in context, Tenses, Use of active and passive voice, Use of articles an prepositions, Different sentence patterns, Combining sentences, Oral Communication Skills (Listening and Speaking), Express ideas/opinions on topics related to students’ lives and Experiences, Participate in classroom discussions on contemporary issues, Reading and Writing Skills, Skimming, Scanning, identifying main idea/topic sentence, Inference and prediction, Recognizing and interpreting cohesive devices, Note taking and note making, Generating ideas using a variety of strategies e.g. brainstorming, Developing a paragraph outline (topic sentence and supporting, details), Vocabulary building skills, To develop the ability to use a dictionary Reference Books: 1. Collins COBUILD Students’ Grammar. London: Longman 2. Eastwood, J. 2004. Oxford Practice Grammar. New Ed., with tests and answers. O UP 3. Fisher, A. 2001. Critical Thinking. C UP 4. Goatly, A. 2000. Critical Reading and Writing: An Introductory Course. London: Taylor & Francis 5. Hacker, D. 1992. A Writer’s Reference. 2nd Ed. Boston: St. Martin’s 6. Hewing, M. Advanced Grammar in Use. New Ed. C UP 7. Murphy, Raymond. Grammar in Use. C UP 8. Swan, M. and Walter C. How English Works. Oxford: O UP 9. Thomson & Martinet. Practical English Grammar. O UP 10. Wallace, M. 1992. Study Skills. C UP 11. Yorky, R. Study Skills. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER Word Processors (Microsoft Word): Introduction to Microsoft word, creating, saving, closing and opening a file, Save and save as difference, Moving through the word document, Selecting text, using cut copy and paste through shortcuts and edit menu, Undo and repeat, Word menu bar and drop down menu, tools bar and status bar, Word font formatting using menu and formatting bar, Bookmarks, Hyperlink, Using Advanced Formatting Features, Using and customizing bullets and numbering from format menu and format tools bar, Using Find, replace, and Go to, Header and Footer, Page Layout, Inserting Page breaks, page numbers, date and time, symbols and comments, Inserting clips from file and clip arts, Word arts, Auto shapes, word art and formatting objects, Paragraph formatting, Styles, borders and shading, columns, drop cap, change case, Spell checking and thesaurus, Creating table, table manipulation, inserting / deleting rows and columns, Merging / splitting cells, Viewing and printing your Work , Mail merge. Spreadsheets (Microsoft Excel): Introduction to Excel, advantages of using Excel, Workbook and worksheet, Creating / saving, closing and opening a worksheet, Entering data, Selecting an item in the excel sheet, Inserting and deleting rows and columns, Standard and formatting tools bar, Using Excel Formulas and Functions, Using basic formulas, Introduction to charts, manipulating charts, Creating Excel Charts, Using the Excel Chart Wizard, Understanding Chart Type, Exploring Chart Options, Adding Text to Your Chart, Adding a New Series to Your Chart, Saving and Printing Your Work. Presentations Graphics (Microsoft Power Point): Introduction to power point, Power point presentations, Creating a new blank presentation, Presentation type, different view Icons, Slide show, Text and clip arts, Organization chart, Selecting a slide layout, 4
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Inserting and deleting slides, re-ordering slides, title / footer and slide number, Formatting option, Text formatting, Picture and backgrounds, Drawing tools bar, Auto shapes, using clip arts , selecting object, grouping and ungrouping, resizing and rotating objects, Cutting, coping, pasting , duplicating slides, Appling and creating colors schemes, Navigating through a slide show, slide transitions, Slide timings, slide animations, animation effect, Understanding the Masters, The Slide Master, The Outline Master, The Handout Master, The Notes Master. Evolution of the Internet, Definition of Internet, Basic internet terms, Web and websites, Browsers, searching engines, Famous search engines. What is an E-mail, create and email account, send and receive emails, How to send and attachment, difference between Cc and Bcc. Reference Material: Computing Essentials 2008, Complete Edition by Timothy J. O’Leary, Linda I. O’Leary ISBN-10: 0073516708; ISBN-13: 978-0073516707 Intro to Computers 6/e by Peter Norton Discovering Computers 2008 by Shelly Cashman Any book on Microsoft office XP / 2002-2003 series Internet PAKISTAN STUDIES Introduction Ideology of Pakistan, The making of Pakistan, aims & objectives Creation of Pakistan Two national theory, personalities & creation of Pakistan with more emphasis on Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, Partition of Bengal, Formation of All India Muslim League, Khilafat movement & events leading to independence, Ideology of Pakistan, its role before and after creation of Pakistan, Ideology of Pakistan, Quaid-e-Azam & Allam Iqbal Economics of Pakistan Economics of Pakistan, Economic problem, A critical analysis of role of foreign aid, Political dynamics of Pakistan Political dynamics of Pakistan Party polities in Pakistan, Political culture of Pakistan, Ethnicity and politics in Pakistan, Integration, impediments and prospects, Governance in Pakistan, challenges & opportunities Geography of Pakistan Physical features of Pakistan, Administrative divisions of Pakistan, Rural/urban configuration in Pakistan, Geo-political importance of Pakistan Pakistan & the external world Foreign policy determinants, Pakistan and the Muslim world, Pak – US relations, Pak – China relations, Major issues, Kashmir & Afghanistan, Nuclear proliferation in south Asia Reference books 1. Ikram Rabbani. (2005). Pakistan Studies. 2. Dr.Javaid Iqbal. (2005) Ideology of Pakistan, Ferozsons, Rawalpindi FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING Introduction: Purpose and Nature of Accounting, Various areas of Accounting Forms of Business enterprises, Accounting Information users, GAAP, Conversion, Business transaction and Accounting equation; Accounting Process: Recording changes in financial position, Double entry Accounting system, Journal, Ledger, Trial Balance; The Accounting cycle: Measuring business income, adjusting process, Completion of Accounting Cycle, Work sheet, Financial Statements; The control of Cash transaction and Bank Reconciliation; Accounting for receivables accounting for Inventory, Accounting for depreciation of fixed assets, Deprecation Methods Text Books: • Robert F.Meigs and Walter B.Meigs: Accounting: The Basis for Business Decisions, McGraw Hill, Inc • Eric G. Flamholtz, Diana Troik Flamholtz, Michael A. Diamond: Principle of Accounting, Macmillan Publishing Co. New York 5
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• Frankwood: Business Accounting-I, Business Accounting-II SEMESTER-II ENG 102 IT 102 ISL 100 BBA 102 English-II Fundamentals of Information system Islamic studies GENERAL III* GENERAL IV* Principles of marketing 3 3 2 3 3 3 Total= 17 ENGLISH- II Use of grammar in context, Phrase, clause and sentence structure, Reported speech, Modals, Oral Communication Skills (Listening and Speaking), Comprehend and use English inside and outside the classroom for social and academic purposes, Reading and Writing Skills, Distinguishing between facts and opinions, Recognizing and interpreting the tone and attitude of the author, Recognizing and interpreting the rhetorical organization of a text, Generating ideas using a variety of strategies e.g. mind map, Developing an outline for an essay, Writing different kinds of essay (descriptive and narrative), Vocabulary building skills Reference BooksION 1. HI Eastwood, J. 2004. Oxford Practice Grammar. New Ed., with tests and answers. O UP 2. Goatly, A. 2000. Critical Reading and Writing: An Introductory Course. London: Taylor & Francis 3. Murphy, Raymond. Grammar in Use. C UP 4. Collins COBUILD Students’ Grammar. London: Longman 5. Thomson & Martinet. Practical English Grammar. O UP 6. Wallace, M. 1992. Study Skills. C UP 7. Yorky, R. Study Skills FUNDAMENTALS OF INFORMATION SYSTEM Introduction to Information Concepts Data Versus Information and Knowledge, The Characteristics of Valuable Information, The value of information. Information System; Input, processing, Output and Feedback, Manual and Computerized Information Systems, Computer based Information Systems. Business Information systems; Electronic Commerce, Transaction Processing Systems and ERP, Information and Decision Support Systems, Special Purpose Business Information Systems (Artificial Intelligence, Expert Systems and Virtual Reality), Competitive Advantages of Information Systems, Security, Privacy, and Ethical Issues in Information Systems and the Internet. Telecommunications, the Internet, Intranet and Extranets An overview of Telecommunications and Networks, Use and Functioning of the Internet, The Digital Divide, How the Internet Works, Internet and Telecommunication Services; E-mail and Instant Messaging, Telnet and FTP, Chat Rooms, Internet Phone and Videoconferencing Services, Content Streaming, Shopping on the Web, Web Auctions, Music, Radio and Video on the Internet, Electronic Data interchange, public Network and Specialized Services, Distance Learning, The World Wide Web. Intranet and Extranet. Overview of Operating Systems and Utility Programs Windows XP Environment & Installation of Windows XP, Importance of Service Packs, Implementing and Conducting Administration of Resources; manage and troubleshoot access to files and folders, Configure, manage, and troubleshoot file compression, Control access to files and folders by using permissions, Manage and troubleshoot access to shared folders, Create and remove shared folders, Configure and manage file systems, Convert from one file system to another file system, Configure NTFS, FAT32, or FAT file systems, Manage and troubleshoot access to and synchronization of offline files, Configure, manage, and troubleshoot Scheduled Tasks, Configure and Manage Power Options, Implementing, Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting Hardware Devices and Drivers Implement, manage, and troubleshoot disk devices, Install, configure, and manage DVD and CD-ROM devices, Monitor, configure, and troubleshoot volumes, Implement, manage, and troubleshoot display 6
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devices, Manage and troubleshoot drivers and driver signing, Monitor, configure, and troubleshoot I/O devices, such as printers, scanners, multimedia devices, mouse and keyboard, Introduction to Disk Management, Configuring and Troubleshooting the Desktop Environment, Configure and manage user profiles and desktop settings, Implementing, Managing, and Troubleshooting Network Protocols and Services, Ping and IPCONFIG utilities, Configure and troubleshoot the TCP/IP protocol, Connect to computers by using dial-up networking, Connect to the Internet by using dial-up networking, Configure and troubleshoot Internet Connection Sharing (ICS), Configure, manage, and troubleshoot Remote Desktop and Remote Assistance, Configuring, Managing, and Troubleshooting Security, Configure, manage, and troubleshoot Encrypting File System (EFS), Configure, manage, and troubleshoot a security configuration and local security policy, Configure, manage, and troubleshoot local user and group accounts, Configure, manage, and troubleshoot auditing, Configure, manage, and troubleshoot account settings, Configure, manage, and troubleshoot account policy, Configure, manage, and troubleshoot user and group rights, Configure, manage, and troubleshoot Internet Explorer security settings. Web site Development using Front Page and Java Scripts. Reference Material: Fundamentals of Information Systems by Ralph M. Stair, George W. Reynolds Windows XP Professional Study Guide- SYBEX Any book on Microsoft office XP / 2002-2003 series Internet ISLAMIC STUDIES Course out line attached at the end of the document. PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT • Introduction, overview and scope of discipline • The evolution and emergence of management thought • Management functions • Planning concepts, objectives, strategies and policies • Decision making • Organizing; departmentalization, line/staff authority, commitments and group decision making • Staffing: principles of selection, performance, career planning • Leading: Motivation, leadership, communication • Controlling: the system and process and techniques of controlling • Management and Society: future perspective Text Books: • Stephen P. Robins, Mary Coulter: Management • H. Koontz Odonnel and H. Weihrich: Management • Mc Farland: Management: Foundation and Practice • Robert M. Fulmer: The New Management SEMESTER-III ENG 201 CMSK 201 BBA 201 English-III Communication skills GENERAL V* GENERAL VI* Principles of management 3 3 3 3 3 Total=15 ENGLISH- III Academic Reading and Writing: Read the lines (literal understanding of text) Read between the lines (to interpret text) Read beyond the lines (to assimilate, integrate knowledge etc.) Writes examination answers 7
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Write well organized academic text with topic/thesis Statement/supporting details; writes narrative, descriptive, argumentative essays and reports (assignments) Critical Reading Advanced reading skills and strategies building on Foundations of English I & II courses in semesters I and II. expository (description, argumentation, comparison and contrast) Academic Writing Advanced writing skills and strategies building on Foundations of English I & II in semesters I and II: Report writing, assignments/term-papers, examination answers Reference Books: 1. Aaron, J. 2003. The Compact Reader. New York: Bedford 2. Axelrod, R. B and Cooper, C.R. 2002. Reading Critical Writing Well: A Reader and Guide 3. Barnet, S. and Bedau, H. 2004. Critical Thinking, Reading and Writing: 4. A Brief Guide to Writing. 6th Ed. 5. Gardner, P. S. 2005. New Directions: Reading, Writing and Critical Thinking 6. George, D. and Trimbur, J. 2006. Reading Culture: Context for Critical reading and Writing. 6th Ed. 7. Goatly, A. 2000. Critical Reading and Writing: An Introductory Course. 8. London: Taylor & Francis Grellet, F. Writing for Advanced Learners of English. C UP 9. Jordan, K. M. and Plakans, L. 2003. Reading and Writing for Academic Success 10. Jordon, R. R. 1999. Academic Writing Course. C UP. 11. Smith, L. C. 2003. Issues for Today: An Effective Reading Skills Text withrow, J. Effective Writing. C UP COMMUNICATION SKILLS Preparing for interviews (scholarship, job, placement for internship, etc), Writing formal letters, Writing different kinds of applications (leave, job, complaint, etc.), Oral presentation skills prepared and unprepared talks), Preparing a Curriculum Vitae (CV), (bio-data), Writing short reports. Reference Books: 1. Ellen, K. 2002. Maximize Your Presentation Skills: How to Speak, Look and Act on Your Way to the Top 2. Hargie, O. (ed.) Handbbook of Communications Skills 3. Mandel, S. 2000. Effective Presentation Skills: A Practical Guide Better Speaking 4. Mark, P. 1996. Presenting in English. Language Teaching Publications PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT • Introduction, overview and scope of discipline • The evolution and emergence of management thought • Management functions • Planning concepts, objectives, strategies and policies • Decision making • Organizing; departmentalization, line/staff authority, commitments and group decision making • Staffing: principles of selection, performance, career planning • Leading: Motivation, leadership, communication • Controlling: the system and process and techniques of controlling • Management and Society: future perspective Text Books: • Stephen P. Robins, Mary Coulter: Management • H. Koontz Odonnel and H. Weihrich: Management • Mc Farland: Management: Foundation and Practice • Robert M. Fulmer: The New Management 8
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3 3 3 BBA 202 3 BBA 204 3 Total=15 * The students have to select eight courses, each of 3 credit hours (total 24 credit hours), outside their own department. In first two semesters, the students have to select any subject offered in their own Faculty. In third and fourth semesters, they have to opt for one subject from their own faculty and another from any other faculty of the university with the permission of the instructor. MATHEMATICS Number System, Sets, Functions, Group, Inductive and deductive logic, Matrices and Determinants, Quadratic Equations, Mathematical Induction and Binomial Theorem, Sequence and Series, Fundamentals of Trigonometry, Limit and Continuity, Derivative, Integration, Vectors. Text Book 1. Algebra and Trigonometry (Punjab Text Book Lahore) by Dr. Fouzia Saleemi 2. Calculus with Analytic Geometry by Dr. Fouzia Saleemi BUSINESS LAW Law of Contract Definitions, Communication, Acceptance and Revocation of proposal. Essentials of valid contract, performance of the contract, Discharge of contract. Breach of contract. Damages for breach of contract. Law governing indemnity, guarantee, Bailment and agency. The Law of Sales of Goods The formation of this contract, Effects of the contract, Performance of the contract, Rights of unpaid seller against the goods, Sale by auction, Breach of contract Law Governing Partnership Definitions, Types of Partnership Essential elements of partnership, Registration of partnership firms, Partnership becoming illegal, Partnership distinguished from company, Partnership distinguished from private company, Partnership distinguished from co-ownership, Partnership agreement, Rights and liabilities of the members of partnership firm, Personal profit earned by partnership, The property of the firm, Implied authority of a partnership, Principles of holding out, Minor as a partner, Reconstitution of a firm, Dissolution of partnership, Rights and obligations of partners after dissolution of partnership. The Law of Negotiable Instruments Definitions, characteristics of a negotiable instrument, Notes, bills and cheques, Parties to instruments, Negotiation. Endorsement liabilities of parties, Payment, discharge from liabilities, Dishonour of instrument liabilities of parties. Payment, discharge from liabilities. Dishonour of instrument. Notice and protesting.. acceptance and payment for honour. Compensation and presumptions. Factories act, industrial relations ordinances and payment of wages act . Text Books: • Khawaja Amjad Saeed: Mercantile and Industrial Law in Pakistan • I.R. Hashmi: Mercantile Law-Relevant Acts and Ordinances MICRO ECONOMICS • Introduction • Basic elements of supply and demand • Application of supply and demand • Demand and consumer behavior • Analysis of cost • Behavior of perfectly competitive market SEMESTER-IV MATH 200 Mathematics GENERAL VII* GENERAL VIII* Business law Microeconomics 9
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• Monopoly, duopoly and oligopoly • Monopolistic competition • Factor pricing • Labor market • Land and capital Text Books: • Samuelson and Nordhaus: Economics • McConnel and Brue: Economics • Hussain Ch. M.: Economic Theory • Walter Nicholson: Micro Economics, Theories: Basic Principles and Extensions SEMESTER-V PSY 303 BBA 301 BBA 303 BBA 305 PSY 307 Applied Statistics-I Macroeconomics Financial accounting Cost accounting Organizational psychology 3 3 3 3 3 Total=15 APPLIED STATISTICS-I 1. Introduction 2. Descriptive and Inferential Statistics 3. Scales of measurement 4. Importance and limitations of statistics in psychology 5. Management of Data a) Types of data b) Collection of data c) Classification and organization of data d) Presentation of data (Tables, charts, Graphs) 6. Descriptive statistics a) Measures of central tendency (Mean, Median, Mode) b) Measures of Dispersion (Range, deviation, Z Scores, Standard Deviation, Variance) 7. Correlation, Regression and Prediction a) Correlation (Pearson product moment correlation, Spearman rank order correlation, Point bi-serial estimation) c) Linear regression d) Scatter diagram e) Standard error of estimation. 8. Probability a) Defining probability b) Subjective, empirical and classical probability c) Laws of probability d) Permutation and combination. Books recommended: Collins, M., & Drever. J. (1994). A first laboratory guideline in psychology. London: Methuen. Guilford, J. P., & Fruchter, B. (1978). Fundamental statistics in psychology and education. New York: McGraw-Hill. Henry, E. & Garrett, T. E. (1975). Statistics in psychology and education. New York: Longman Publishers. Howell, D. C., & Cole, B. (1994). Fundamental statistics for the behavioral sciences. Australia: Thomson, Brooks. Postman, L. J. & Egan, J. (2001). Experimental psychology: An introduction. New Delhi: Kalyan Publishers. Trevor, G. B. & Christine, M. F. (2001). Applying the rasch model: fundamental measurement in the human sciences. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. MACRO ECONOMICS • Key macroeconomic indicators • Role of government in an economy • Measurement of gross domestic product (GDP) 10
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