The Pocketbook of Economic Indicators

by Manuel Jesus-Backus [2002]

Book

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The purpose of this guide is to explain in simple terms, the twenty economic indicators followed by most investors and analysts. The next time you hear these terms in the media and or financial press, you can use the information in this guide to evaluate their potential effect on the economy and ultimately your portfolio.


Economic Development in the Third World

by Michael P. Todaro [1977]

Book

pages 478

This book is designed for use in undergraduate university courses focusing on the economics of development in Africa, Asia, and Latin America - regions often collectively referred to as the 'Third World'. It is structured and writtenboth for students who have had some basic training in economics and for those with little or no formal economics background


A History of Economic Thought

by Eric Roll [1964]

Book

pages 540

The intervening years have enabled me greatly to increase my knowledge of public affairs and, in particular, of the impact of economic ideas upon public policy. It is not inconsistent with the general approach I have adopted in this book to consider a knowledge of public affairs as an extremely useful and perhaps indispensable adjunct to the study of economic theory


Economic Development in the Third World

by Michael P Todaro [1977]

Book

pages 478

Economic Development