The McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Economics

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9780070244108: The McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Economics

From the acceleration principle to zero population growth, this comprehensive one-volume reference offers entries on more than 300 wide-ranging economic topics. Among its contributors are top academic, business, research, and government economists - including Nobel Prize winners Lawrence Klein, James Tobin and Herbert Simon. This second edition provides readers with state-of-the-art surveys of topics of interest, with new coverage of the S&L crisis, current banking problems, junk bonds, the massive economic changes in Eastern Europe, united Germany's new challenges, "Japan, Inc.", and the economics of alternative fuels.

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