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Economics: the key concepts

Author: Rutherford, Donald Publisher: Routledge 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 253 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780415400572Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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CONTENTS Economics The Key Concept Economics The Key Concept Lisf oJ'Key Concepts Introduction KEY CONCEPTS Bibliography Names Index Subjects Index Accelerator Aid Altruism Arbitrage Auction Austrian economics Balance of payments Banbng Bubble Capitalism Capital theory Classical economics Clubs, theory of Coase theorem Cobweb Collective bargaining Comparative economic systems Competition and monopoly Consumer's surplus Consumption Contract theory Cooperation Core Corruption Cost Cost-benefit analysis Credit Cultural economics Currency Customs union Cycles Debt Demand curve Development economics Discrimination Disequilibrium economics Division of labour Dual economy Economic anthropology Economic concentration Economic demography Economic growth Economic integration Economic methodology Economic modelling Economics as rhetoric Economic system Economic welfare Economies of scale and scope Efficiency Elasticity Energy economics Entrepreneur Environmental economics Equality Equilibrium Ethics and economics Evolutionary economics Ex-ante, ex-post Exchange rate Exhaustible resources Expectations Experimental economics Externality Firm Fiscal federalism Fiscal policy Fix price, flex price Freedom Game theory Globalisation Happiness Health economics Holism Homo economicus Household behaviour Human capital Impossibility theorem Incentives Income distribution Incomes policy Industrial organisation Industrial relations Inflation Informal economy Information Innovation Input-output analysis Institutional econornics Interest rate Investment Invisible hand IS-LM model Keynesianism Labour Laissez-faire Libertarian economics Macroeconomic forecasting Marginalism Market Marxian economics Mercantilism Merit good Migration and nlo bility Monetarism Money Multinational corporation Multiplier National economy National income Neoclassical economics Neo-Ricardian economics Neuroeconomics New classical economics New political economy Non-profit enterprise Physiocracy Planning Political business cycle Political economy Poverty Price Price index Price-specie flow mechanism Privatisation Production function Productivity Profit Property rights Protection Public choice Public finance Public good Public sector Quantity theory of money Rationality Rawlsian justice Real business cycle Regional policy Regulation Rent Returns Risk and uncertainty Robinson Crusoe economy Satiability of wants Saving Say's law Scarcity Search theory Segmented labour market Self-managed enterprise Social capital Social choice theory Socialism Spatial economics Stabilisation policy Stockholm School Structural adjustment Structure of an economy Supply-side economics Surplus value Taxation Technical progress Terms of trade Time in economics Trade theory Trade (labor) union Tragedy of the commons Transfer income Transfer pricing Unemployment Utility Value Wealth Welfare economics

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