Dictionary of Economics, A:Oxford Paperback Reference, ably and expertly compiled and edited by John Black, Nigar Hashimzade and Gareth Myles is a comprehensive and authoritative dictionary that consists of comprehensible and succinct definitions of more than 3,400 important economic terms. In short, the handy dictionary covers every feature of economics that includes economic theory and practice, macroeconomics, applied microeconomics, labour economics, public finance, public economics, fiscal economics as also environmental economics. There is also an excellent treatment of international trade and a plethora of information on economic institutions and organizations from all over the world. It is fully updated and revised in order to keep up with the latest happenings in this dynamic field; this latest edition is expanded to include all terms that are pertinent to the present economical meltdown, such as black swan, Northern Rock, credit crunch, as well as Iceland, to make this ideal dictionary the most up-to-date in the market.
All entries are further supplemented by links to entry-level websites, and frequently updated on a companion website, thereby enabling the reader to further explore those areas left uncovered in this unique dictionary. There are also appendices listing institutional acronyms along with their associated websites, Nobel Prize laureates in economics, the Greek alphabet, as also other relevant websites.
Dictionary of Economics comes handy for quick browsing as it is also a source of quick reference, and as such the compendium is an indispensable guide for students, teachers, finance and business, professional economists as also any person who has anything to do with economic data.
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