This dictionary is addressed primarily to the needs of university and A-level students of economics, but is also a valuable reference book for anyone studying economics as part of a broader-based course, or those with a general interest in the subject. Contains over 2500 entries, plus tables.
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With the publication in 2001 of the 3rd edition since 1988, the bestselling Collins Dictionary of Economics now includes over 2500 entries, with many very helpful line drawings and tables. The book summarises the theoretical principles behind the science of economics, and their application in such areas as competition policy, agricultural policy, and fiscal and monetary policy. Also included within the book is essential information on commercial terms such as stock exchange, options, junk bonds, hedge funds and balance sheet.From the Back Cover:
This dictionary, now updated and revised, is addressed primarily to undergraduates and advanced school students, but is also a valuable reference book for anyone studying economics as part of a business studies or social sciences course, or who has a general interest in the subject.
• Contains over 2500 entries and numerous line drawings and tables
• Includes essential commercial terms such as stock exchange, options, junk bond and balance sheet
• Summarizes the important theoretical principles behind the science of economics and their application in such areas as competition policy, agricultural policy, fiscal policy and monetary policy
Dr Christopher Pass and Dr Bryan Lowes are lecturers in managerial economics at the University of Bradford's Management Centre.
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Book Description Harpercollins Pub Ltd, 1991. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110004703723