Routledge Dictionary of Economics

Routledge Dictionary of Economics

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Compiled to meet the needs of students and professionals in economics, finance, accountancy and business, this wide-ranging, international Dictionary is for everyone who wants an up-to-date resource to the world of economics. Key Features over 4200 comprehensive A to Z entries, from after-hours to z-score, provide clear, definitive explanations of the key terms, issues, theories and concepts in economics today - as well as describing the contributions of key figures in the field each entry is headed by a short definition for quick reference, and where relevant, followed by an annotated bibliography to lead the reader to further sources cross-referenced for ease of access the full range of subjects is covered, from classical economics and the study of value and growth, to contemporary concerns such as European Union and Green conditionality detailed coverage of vital econometric terms and statistics including entries such as eigenprices and M0 includes specialised commercial and financial jargon illustrated with 94 line diagrams unique subject index for ease of accessSeveral, in particular the East India Companyand the HudsonAls Bay Company, weresetup in Elizabethan England around the ... Thishas been applied to stock market and foreign exchange market price movements. ... Edwards, R.D.and Magee, J. (1966) Technical Analysis ofStockTrends, 5thedn, Boston, MA: John Magee.

Title:Routledge Dictionary of Economics
Author:Donald Rutherford
Publisher:Routledge - 2003-09-02


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