International Encyclopedia of Economics
Edited by Frank N. Magill
Routledge – 1997 – 1,735 pages
With a scope at once broad and comprehensive, the International Encyclopedia of Economics examines the discipline's wide range, covering topics that are as specific as the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and as theoretical as the measurement of consumer satisfaction. The 393 articles are drawn from 12 areas of the economic sciences, extending from monetary theory to international trade, from welfare economics to the history of economic thought. There are 175 contributors.
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