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Covers modern economic thought with articles from 1506 contributors, including 25 Nobel Laureates in Economics. This newly revised version of the encyclopedia, originally published in 1894, has been greatly expanded to cover not only traditional areas of economics but also experimental and behavioral economics, game theory, international economics, and technological change and growth. The articles attempt to place the topics in their historical context, while also describing the contemporary situation and noting likely future trends. Includes biographies of key figures in the history of economics.
A complete business reference covering five general areas: finance and banking; accounting; marketing; management; and information systems. Designed for the nonspecialist, providing practical professional expertise as well as the work of noted scholars.
An Eponymous Dictionary of Economics is a fascinating and accessible reference work with comprehensive coverage of the field of economics from Adam Smith's Problem through Minkowski's Theorem to Zellner's Estimator..
Designed to answer such key questions as: How has the U.S. Constitution shaped the economy of the United States? What were the consequences of Prohibition on consumers behavior? This title presents 1,000 entries, era overviews, event/movement profiles, biographies, business/industry profiled, geographic profiles, and more.