Modern Economic Theory is a critique on how monetary revolution across the globe is changing the course of world economies, financial systems and markets. Beginning with discussion on price theory and microeconomics, this classic textbook progresses to describe comprehensively, theory of income and employability or macroeconomics, money and banking, international economies and public finance. Economic systems, economics of development and planning and economies of welfare provide a clear idea about recent developments in and criticism of compensation principle, market structures and social welfare. It adequately meets the requirements of the BA and B.Com courses (Pass and Honours). In addition, postgraduate students of Arts and Commence and aspirants of various competitive examinations will also find the book very useful and informative.