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Title:
The Routledge critical dictionary of global economics
Author:
Beynon, Robert.
Publication Information:
New York : Routledge, 1999.
Physical Description:
xx, 374 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780415923521
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Book

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First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


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Choice Review

Despite its deceptive title (it is not a dictionary), this book is an excellent primer on general economic concepts. Besides detailed definitions, it offers 11 well-written, highly readable essays contributed by respected academicians and consultants that could easily serve as a classroom supplement or replacement for formal texts. Arranged in three parts ("The New Economics," "The Global Context," and "The World Tomorrow"), the essays include brief bibliographies, and where appropriate, data, charts, and graphs. The dictionary section consists of 180 informative entries, laced with numerous cross-references to related terms and to the introductory essays. To further aid readers, a three-page "Grouped List of A-Z Entries" organizes dictionary terms into broader and narrower categories (e.g., "macroeconomics--business cycles"), but this list may easily go unnoticed, since it is awkwardly placed between the last essay and first definition. Highly recommended for all students, faculty, and anyone concerned with business, economic development, or international affairs; given its readability, libraries may want to catalog this work as a regular circulating item rather than a reference work. L. Schankman; Mansfield University of Pennsylvania


Table of Contents

Patrick MinfordSanjaya LallNeil MackinnonPaul OrmerodJeremy PinkDavid HaleIan HarnettJustin Urquhart StewartRichard LanderRobert BeynonAdrian Payne and Sue Holt
Editor's Introductionp. vii
Contributorsp. xvii
Part I The New Economicsp. 1
1 The Supply Side and the Limits to Interventionp. 3
2 World Trade and Developmentp. 21
3 The Limits to Global Marketsp. 47
4 What Economics is Notp. 55
Part II The Global Contextp. 65
5 Asia: The Lessons for Economicsp. 67
6 The United States as Global Leaderp. 75
7 Europe--the Next Five Yearsp. 87
Part III The World Tomorrowp. 103
8 New Patterns of Economic Behaviourp. 105
9 Technologyp. 110
10 Changing Trends in Managementp. 121
11 Relationship Marketingp. 130
Select Bibliographyp. 145
Part IV A-Z of Key Themes and Major Figuresp. 147
Grouped List of A-Z Entriesp. 149
A-Z Entriesp. 153
Indexp. 353