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Routledge Dictionary of Economics

By Donald Rutherford

Routledge – 1992 – 560 pages

Purchasing Options:

  • Paperback:
    978-0-415-12291-7
    October 26th 1995
    Out-of-print
  • Hardback:
    978-0-415-06566-5
    January 9th 1992
    Out-of-print

Description

Compiled to meet the needs of students and professionals in economics, finance, accountancy and business, this wide-ranging, international Dictionary is for everyone who wants an up-to-date resource to the world of economics.

Key Features

  • over 4200 comprehensive A to Z entries, from after-hours to z-score, provide clear, definitive explanations of the key terms, issues, theories and concepts in economics today - as well as describing the contributions of key figures in the field
  • each entry is headed by a short definition for quick reference, and where relevant, followed by an annotated bibliography to lead the reader to further sources
  • cross-referenced for ease of access
  • the full range of subjects is covered, from classical economics and the study of value and growth, to contemporary concerns such as European Union and Green conditionality
  • detailed coverage of vital econometric terms and statistics including entries such as eigenprices and M0
  • includes specialised commercial and financial jargon
  • illustrated with 94 line diagrams
  • unique subject index for ease of access

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Description: By Donald Rutherford. Compiled to meet the needs of students and professionals in economics, finance, accountancy and business, this wide-ranging, international Dictionary is for everyone who wants an up-to-date resource to the world of economics. Key Features over 4200...
Categories: Economics, General Reference, Economic History