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The Pocket Professor Economics (The Pocket Professor)

by Denis Boyles

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0671534912, Paperback)

Your demand to understand economics is fully supplied in this irreverent resource that answers the age-old question, "Where has all my money gone?" Even if you find the GNP and CPI more confounding than the IRS, you'll learn to converse like an MBA, as this enlightening reference teaches you:
-- The seven magic words of economics
-- What every economist doesn't want you to know
-- Who put the "capital" into capitalism
-- 11 leading economic indicators that are sure to keep you up at night
-- and much more!

Covering every major topic in economic theory, this extraordinary compendium imparts practical wisdom, too -- with guidelines on how to read and understand financial news, why you can't always bank on banks, how to interpret the ups and downs of the stock market, and many other applications to everyday money management.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:24:34 -0400)

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