Economics for Finance : CA Inter
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Instructor: Chandan Poddar
Language: Hindi English Mix
CA Inter Economics for finance (Group: II): Chandan Poddar sir has exclusively designed this course for preparing CA Inter Eco of 40 marks effortlessly. What you need to do is watch lectures, make notes from lectures and solve ICAI module. Exclusive features, of course, are :
a) Complete syllabus by Chandan Poddar sir.
b) Pre-scheduled regular test series that will be checked by subject experts.
c) E-Book: Chapter-wise Mock test papers for self-assessment.
d) E-Book: Complete syllabus Mock test papers for self- assessment.
e) Doubt solving platform.
f) PDF of additional important questions for self-practice.
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Video lectures will be provided from Ist week of July and syllabus is expected to complete in the first week of September.
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|Chapter 1 : Determination of National Income|
|National Income Basics|
|#1 Domestic income and National income|
|#2 Difference between Domestic income and National Income (Marked as Free Preview)|
|#3 Concept of market price and factor cost|
|#4 Introduction to Value Addition Method|
|#5 Compute National income with Value Addition method|
|#6 Sector based Sum of Value Addition|
|#7 Value Addition method Numerical -1|
|#8 Sales and Purchases using Value Addition method|
|#9 Value addition Method Numericals -2|
|#10 - Derivation of Income Distribution method|
|#11 - Income Distribution Method - Compensation of Employees|
|#12 Income Distribution Method - other component of factor payment (Operating Surplus)|
|#13 - Income Distribution Method Numerical|
|#14 - Expenditure method - Introduction and Derivation|
|#15 - Expenditure method - Derivation|
|#16 - Expenditure method - Numerical|
|#17 - Reconcillation and summary of Value added, income and expenditure method|
|#18 - What is Transfers and why not included in National Income or Domestic Income|
|#19 - Transfer by Govt|
|#20 - Real and Nominal GDP and Price Index|
|#21 - Welfare, Green GNP and GDP|
|#22 - National Disposable income with Numerical|
|#23 - Private Income|
|#24 - Personal income and Personal Disposable income|
|#25 - Numerical on Personal Disposable income|
|National Income Advance Level|
|#1 - What is included in National Income and Domestic Income|
|#2 - What is Transfers and why not included in National Income or Domestic Income|
|#3 - Whether Pensions are included in National Income|
|#4 - When Expenditures are included in National Income or Domestic Income|
|#5 - Expenditures on Second hand goods and Financial Assets|
|#6 - When Interest Payments are included in National Income Domestic Income|
|#7 - What is imputed value and whether it is included in National Income|
|#8 - Summary what is included and what is excluded from National Income|
|National Income Expertise Level|
|#1 - Meaning of Economic Territory|
|#2 - Meaning of Resident and how it is different from Citizenship|
|#3 - Demand for Domestic Goods and Domestic Demand for Goods|
|#4 - Definitions of GDP ,NDP, GNP and NNP|
|#5 - Definition of goods, capital goods and consumption goods|
|#6 - Meaning of Investments or Capital Formation|
|#7 - Stock and flows|
|#8 - Cicular flow of income|
|#9 - Intermediated goods Exclusive Points|
|#10 - Problem of Double Counting|
|#11 - Precautions of Value Added Method, Income Method and Expenditure Method|
|National Income - Complete Revision|
|#1 - Summary what is included and what is excluded from National Income|
|#2 - Complete Revision|
|Determination of Income and Employment - Basic Level|
|#1 Meaning of AD and components of AD|
|#2 Meaning of AS and why it is equal o national income|
|#3 Propensity to consume and save - Meaning of APC, APS, MPC and MPS|
|#5 Autonomous consuption - minimum level of consumption|
|#6 Minimum and maximum values of MPC and MPS|
|#7 Consumption function and savings function|
|#8 Break even point and significance of 45 degree line|
|#9 Derivation of conspumtion curve from savings curve and savings curve from consumption curve|
|#10 Numerical on consumption function, savings function and break even point|
|#11 Derivation of aggregate demand curve|
|#12 Determination of equilibrium lvel of national income from AD-AS approach - Part - 1|
|#13 Determination of equilibrium lvel of national income from AD-AS approach - Part - 2|
|#14 Determination of equilibrium lvel of national income from savings and investment approach|
|#15 Simultaneous equilibrium level of national income from AD-AS and S-I approach|
|#16 Concept of full employment|
|#17 Concept of excess demand aor inflationary gap|
|#18 Measures to control excess demand - Fiscal measures and Monetary measures|
|#19 Measures to control excess demand - Monetary measures - Quantitative|
|#20 Measures to control excess demand - Monetary measures - Qualitative|
|#21 Investment Multiplier (Part 1)|
|#22 Investment multiplier (Part 2)|
|#23 Numerical on determination of income and employment|
|Determination of Income and Employment Advance and Expertise Level|
|#1 Factors affecting consumption expenditure|
|#2 Factors affecting private investment expenditure|
|#3 Government expendiures and Foreign expenditures|
|#4 Components of Aggregate supply|
|#5 Induced consumption and savings|
|Determination of Income and Employment Complete Revision|
|#1 - Complete Revision|
|Balance Part of Chapter 1|
|To be uploaded soon|
|Chapter 3 : Money Market|
|Unit 1 : The concept of money demand : Important theories|
|#1 Demand for money and factors affecting demand for money|
|#2 Quantity theory of money Irving Fisher|
|#3 The Cambridge Approach Neo Classical or Cash Balance approach|
|#4 Keynesian theory of demand for money|
|#5 Keynesian theory of demand for money II (Precautionary motive)|
|#6 Keynesian theory of demand for money III (Speculative motive)|
|#7 Inventory Theoretic Approach : Baumol and Tobin|
|#8 Friedman's Restatement of the Quantity theory|
|#9 James Tobin Portfolio approach to demand for money|
|Unit : 2 The Concept of Money Supply|
|#1 Meaning of Money Supply|
|#2 Sources of Money Supply|
|#3 Measurement of Money Supply (Part 1)|
|#4 Reserve Money Important|
|#5 New Monetary aggregates and liquidity aggregates|
|#6 Determinants of Money Supply|
|#7 Meaning and determinants of Money Multiplier|
|#8 Effect of Government Expenditure on Money Supply|
|Unit 3 : Monetary Policy|
|#1 | Meaning and objectives of monetary policy|
|#2 Analytics of monetary policy|
|#3 Implementation of monetary policy I|
|#4 Implementation of monetary policy II|
|#5 Monetary Policy Framework Agreement|
|#6 Monetary Policy commitee|
|Chapter 2 : Public Finance|
|Unit 1 : Fiscal functions|
|#1 The Allocation function|
|#2 Redistribution function|
|#3 Stabilisation function of Government|
|Unit 2 : Market Failure|
|#1 Market failure and reasons for market failure|
|#2 Types of externalities and Public Goods|
|#3 Negative externalities and Social Cost Very Important|
|Unit 3 : Government intervention to correct market failure|
|#1 Government initiative towards negative externalities|
|#2 Merit goods, characterstics and government intervention|
|#3 Demerit Goods, Characterstics and government interevention|
|#4 Government interventions in other cases|
|Unit 4 : Fiscal Policy|
|#1 Discretionary and Non- Discretionary fisacl policy|
|#2 Expansionary fiscal policy|
|#3 Contractionary fiscal policy|
|#4 Miscellaenous topics|
|E Book | Miscellaneous Topics|
|Full course test series for May 2020 Students|
|Test 1 : 29-March-2020 at 2 PM|
|Test 2 : 23-April-2020 at 2 PM|
|Chapter 4 : International Trade|
|Unit 1 : Theories of international trade|
|#1 Meaning and Arguments for International trade|
|#2 Theory of Mercantilists and Absolute advantage|
|#3 Theory of comparative advantage : David Ricardo|
|#4 Heckscher-Ohlin Theory of Trade and Difference between comparative cost and modern theory|
|#5 New Trade theory|
|E Book : Theories of International Trade|
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