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'Economics' provides students with a complete grounding of principles and methods needed for an economics degree. The book clearly explains the concepts and their application so that you gain a comprehensive understanding, whatever your prior knowledge of economics.

Economics these days is in a mess. One person says this and one person says that. What is the truth? This book sets out the answers in layman's terms. What you really need to know.

Regional Economics
The book is a textbook in regional economics for undergraduate and graduate students. A vast amount of theories and models have been developed since the official recognition of regional economics as a distinct branch of economics. In particular, this book focuses on logical and theoretical linkages between different theories and models: both macro and microeconomic; neoclassical and Keynesian. The evolution of theoretical approaches in regional economics is dealt in the book through the evolution of the concept of space: from physical space, which characterizes location theory, to uniform space (typical of neoclassical and Keynesian approaches ) to diversified-relational space (embedded in local districts and milieu approaches, as well as in the theory of learning regions) to diversified stylised space (as exemplified by the new economic geography and dynamic neoclassical approaches).

Economics Demystified
Brilliant Economics is your easy-to-understand introduction to the world of economic theory and policy. From the key ideas of the main economic thinkers to the difference between macroeconomics and microeconomics, Phil Thornton demystifies the sometimes complex world of economics and guides you through the key economic concepts that fill our TV screens and front pages every day.

Behavioral Economics
This book presents a history of behavioral economics. The recurring theme is that behavioral economics reflects and contributes to a fundamental reorientation of the epistemological foundations upon which economics had been based since the days of Smith, Ricardo, and Mill. With behavioral economics, the discipline has shifted from grounding its theories in generalized characterizations to building theories from behavioral assumptions directly amenable to empirical validation and refutation. The book proceeds chronologically and takes the reader from von Neumann and Morgenstern's axioms of rational behavior, through the incorporation of rational decision theory in psychology in the 1950s-70s, to the creation and rise of behavioral economics in the 1980s and 1990s at the Sloan and Russell Sage Foundations.

Economic Sophisms
Economic Sophisms by Frederic Bastiat.

Evolutionary Economics
First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

It is an introduction to Economics. It explains the scope of Economics. It discusses the basic concepts such as want, scarcity, choice, scale of preference and opportunity cost. And it gives an overview of the study of Economics.

Economic for civil Engineers Lecture Notes.

Comparative Economics
With clarity and brevity, this book explains the economies of the Asian Tigers such as Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan. It believes that most developing countries should borrow a leaf from the Asian tigers and strive to run their respective economies in a similar fashion like the Asian Tigers.

Zombie economics
La fede nella deregolamentazione, nei mercati come i migliori giudici del valore, nelle politiche a favore dei ricchi di cui trarrebbero beneficio anche i poveri hanno portato a un disastro. Poiché queste idee non moriranno se non ce ne saranno di alternative, l'autore guarda avanti, cosciente che un semplice ritorno all'economia keynesiana non basterà né a liberarsi di quelle vecchie idee, né a prevenire altre crisi.

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Analysing Economic Data
Covers the key issues required for students wishing to understand and analyse the core empirical issues in economics. It focuses on descriptive statistics, probability concepts and basic econometric techniques and has an accompanying website that contains all the data used in the examples and provides exercises for undertaking original research.

Fusion Economics
The current international financial system has created a huge gap between the wealthy and the rest. Grounded and straightforward in his approach, Brahm calls for a turn away from economic systems dangerously steeped in ideology and stymied by politics, outlining a new global consensus based on pragmatism, common sense, and grass-roots realities.

International Economics
First published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Collectivist Economics
Collectivist Economics examines such issues as the inequality of the distribution of wealth and its impact on social stability, corrupt financial institutions and economic efficiency. Chapters covering industrial organization, unemployment, international trade, prices, remuneration, taxation and insurance, and local and national government form the main part of the book.

China's Economic Growth
The current growth of the Chinese economy is of immense importance for the global economy. This book outlines the main characteristics of Chinese economic growth over the last two decades, and investigates in detail the key determinants of growth, especially capital formation and productivity issues. It goes on to examine the important related questions of employment and underemployment, regional disparity, and economic integration, exploring in detail how far economic integration has taken place in south China, including the economies of Hong Kong and Taiwan, and how far this integration has been a determinant of economic growth. The book makes comparisons with other East Asian economies, and concludes with a consideration of the prospects for continuing growth in the twenty-first century.

Economic Hardball
Sylvia Greene's life is dangerously teetering on ruin. She is being accused of drug-smuggling on a massive scale. Sylvia knows she is innocent but the British legal system's evidence is too damning. She turns to someone else for help. That someone is Marcel Clermont, the private detective of Kensington Church Street. Marcel and his colleagues uncover the real reason behind Sylvia's suffering and learn of the criminality, eco-terrorism, and corrupt venture capitalism that is lurking in the shadows of Sylvia's arrest. Follow Marcel, Robert and Natasha in this exciting sequel to The Culture Thief as they explore all of the clues from London to Singapore as they uncover one of largest illicit business operations ever encountered. They are in for a game of Economic Hardball.

Pragmatic Economics
The excitement of life is always closely related to the rationality of economics. The change of numbers reflects the light of economics. This book answers the most concerned issue of each ordinary people with the most easy-to-understand language.

Popular Economics
John Tamny uses entertaining stories from sports, movies, popular culture, and famous businesses to explain the basic principles of economics. His Dollars and Sense is an everyman's guide to how money really works-a lesson politicians try (and fail) to grasp every day.
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