Everyday Economics: Honest Answers to Tough Questions (Hardback)
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Everyday Economics: Honest Answers to Tough Questions (Hardback)

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Hardback 224 Pages / Published: 17/07/2009
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Written in a Q&A format, this book covers all the questions you have about our global economy. Organized thematically these questions cover Financial Markets; Personal Finance (Your Money); Central Banks (The Fed); Employment and Compensation; Globalization and Markets; Economics Bubbles and Bursts (Cycles) and the governments role in model economics. The book will answer questions such as: Could national economies reach a right balance between government economic intervention and the market freedom? Why capitalism is better than communist economy? Why was deregulation of the financial industry so firmly sought by the US government? Was it this deregulation that caused the recent downturn in the US economy? The author, Lawrence Officer is an economic historian and will provide background perspective on today's modern economics.

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9780230617117
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 312 g
Dimensions: 215 x 145 x 20 mm


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"Everyone can benefit from reading "Everyday Economics". Officer's practical advice based on classical economics will have you thinking twice about decisions you took for granted in the past. From personal finance to globalization, "Everyday Economics" will help you to put your decisions within a logical framework designed to improve outcomes."--Norman Obst, Professor of Economics, Michigan State University

"No dry technical jargon here, just how business and the world work in laymen's terms. It's like talking with your favorite uncle, except this uncle understands economics. Economic reasoning is an important life skill, and this book has a lot of practical advice."--Helen Roberts, Clinical Associate Professor and Associate Director, Center for Economic Education, University of Illinois at Chicago


"Everyone can benefit from reading "Everyday Economics". Officer's practical advice based on classical economics will have you thinking twice about decisions you took for granted in the past. From personal finance to globalization, "Everyday Economics" will help you to put your decisions within a logical framework designed to improve outcomes."--Norman Obst, Professor of Economics, Michigan State University

"No dry technical jargon here, just how business and the world work in laymen's terms. It's like talking with your favorite uncle, except this uncle understands economics. Economic reasoning is an important life skill, and this book has a lot of practical advice."--Helen Roberts, Clinical Associate Professor and Associate Director, Center for Economic Education, University of Illinois at Chicago


Everyone can benefit from reading "Everyday Economics." Officer's practical advice based on classical economics will have you thinking twice about decisions you took for granted in the past. From personal finance to globalization, "Everyday Economics" will help you to put your decisions within a logical framework designed to improve outcomes. "Norman Obst, Professor of Economics, Michigan State University"

No dry technical jargon here, just how business and the world work in laymen's terms. It's like talking with your favorite uncle, except this uncle understands economics. Economic reasoning is an important life skill, and this book has a lot of practical advice. "Helen Roberts, Clinical Associate Professor and Associate Director, Center for Economic Education, University of Illinois at Chicago""


Everyone can benefit from reading Everyday Economics. Officer's practical advice based on classical economics will have you thinking twice about decisions you took for granted in the past. From personal finance to globalization, Everyday Economics will help you to put your decisions within a logical framework designed to improve outcomes. Norman Obst, Professor of Economics, Michigan State University

No dry technical jargon here, just how business and the world work in laymen's terms. It's like talking with your favorite uncle, except this uncle understands economics. Economic reasoning is an important life skill, and this book has a lot of practical advice. Helen Roberts, Clinical Associate Professor and Associate Director, Center for Economic Education, University of Illinois at Chicago

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"Everyone can benefit from reading Everyday Economics. Officer's practical advice based on classical economics will have you thinking twice about decisions you took for granted in the past. From personal finance to globalization, Everyday Economics will help you to put your decisions within a logical framework designed to improve outcomes." --Norman Obst, Professor of Economics, Michigan State University

"No dry technical jargon here, just how business and the world work in laymen's terms. It's like talking with your favorite uncle, except this uncle understands economics. Economic reasoning is an important life skill, and this book has a lot of practical advice." --Helen Roberts, Clinical Associate Professor and Associate Director, Center for Economic Education, University of Illinois at Chicago

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