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Economics : making sense of the modern economy / edited by Richard Davies.

Contributor(s): Davies, Richard.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Public Affairs, 2015Edition: Fourth edition.Description: 291 páginas ; ilustraciones, gráficos ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9781610396158.Subject(s): Economía | Política monetaria | Política económica | Crisis financierasDDC classification: 330
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Part 1 Money, Banks and crashes. 1. Money, 2.A history of financial crashes, Part 2 Firms, jobs and pay. 5. Evolving firms, 6.Unemployment, Part 3 The future of economics. 10. Reinventing economics, 11. New firms, new economics.
Abstract: The world of economics is changing. Years of turmoil in the global economy mean that nothing will ever be quite the same again. This is the starting point and theme of this radically revised Economist books classic, now available for the first time in America. Richard Davies, economics editor of The Economist, takes us on a journey through the paper's own analysis of the state of the world's economies, how we reached this point and what to expect in the next decade. He explores: what's gone wrong since 2008, why it's happened and how we can stop it happening again; the shifting focus of economics from banking to labor economics; the future hopes and challenges for the world economy.
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Part 1 Money, Banks and crashes. 1. Money, 2.A history of financial crashes, Part 2 Firms, jobs and pay. 5. Evolving firms, 6.Unemployment, Part 3 The future of economics. 10. Reinventing economics, 11. New firms, new economics.

The world of economics is changing. Years of turmoil in the global economy mean that nothing will ever be quite the same again. This is the starting point and theme of this radically revised Economist books classic, now available for the first time in America. Richard Davies, economics editor of The Economist, takes us on a journey through the paper's own analysis of the state of the world's economies, how we reached this point and what to expect in the next decade. He explores: what's gone wrong since 2008, why it's happened and how we can stop it happening again; the shifting focus of economics from banking to labor economics; the future hopes and challenges for the world economy.

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