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21st century economics: a reference handbook

Contributor(s): Free, Rhona C [Editor ].
Publisher: Los Angeles Sage Publications 2010Description: xxvi, 511 p. Vol.1; 515 - 1000 p. Vol.2.ISBN: 9781412961424.Subject(s): Economics - Handbooks, manuals | Microeconomics - Handbooks, manuals | Public economics - Handbooks, manuals | Macroeconomics - Handbooks, manuals | International economics - Handbooks, manuals | Economic analysis - Handbooks, manualsDDC classification: R 330.22 Summary: As the twenty-first century looms ahead, it is becoming increasingly clear that economic life will be different on the other side of the millennium. In Twenty-First Century Economics, the editors have assembled a group of leading economists and scholars to provide authoritative analyses of the powerful forces now shaping economic systems and to estimate where these trends are headed. The essays compare the Information Revolution of today to the Industrial Revolution of yesterday and show how, for the first time in history, economic affairs are being organized around the pursuit of knowledge.This first volume includes Scope and methodology of Economics. Microeconomics, Public economics, Macroeconomics and International economics.Vol. II includes economic analysis of issues and markets and emerging areas in economics
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As the twenty-first century looms ahead, it is becoming increasingly clear that economic life will be different on the other side of the millennium. In Twenty-First Century Economics, the editors have assembled a group of leading economists and scholars to provide authoritative analyses of the powerful forces now shaping economic systems and to estimate where these trends are headed. The essays compare the Information Revolution of today to the Industrial Revolution of yesterday and show how, for the first time in history, economic affairs are being organized around the pursuit of knowledge.This first volume includes Scope and methodology of Economics. Microeconomics, Public economics, Macroeconomics and International economics.Vol. II includes economic analysis of issues and markets and emerging areas in economics

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