A Dictionary of Economics
Various terms and theories used in the different branches of Economics are chosen and organized in Oxford Dictionary of Economics. ...
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- Author John Black, Nigar Hashimzade, Gareth Myles
- Publisher Oxford University Press
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The edition is neatly arranged, beginning with a Preface and followed by the entries in the Dictionary, the Appendices, Institutional Acronyms, a list of Nobel Prize winners in Economics and concluding with The Greek alphabet. The most helpful feature of this dictionary are the web-links that are provided anywhere possible. Thus, the terms in the dictionary come with an entry level web-link that leads to a regularly updated companion website which allows the readers to extend their explorations on a certain topic. The appendices and other entries too come with such helpful website information.
About The Authors
All three of the collaborators have served as professors of Economics in three most distinguished universities.
John Black is currently holding the post of Professor Emeritus at the University of Exeter. Earlier, he had been a Fellow and Tutor in Economics at Merton College, Oxford.
Nigar Hashimzade has contributed to a number of books and journals of Economics such as Journal of Economic Surveys, Journal of Economic Psychology, and Review of Development Economics. She currently holds a Chair in Economics in the University of Reading.
Gareth Myles has special interest in public Economics.
His publications include Public Economics, Intermediate Public Economics and several other papers for journals. He currently serves as a Professor of Economics at the University of Exeter and is also a Research Fellow at the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
|Author||John Black, Nigar Hashimzade, Gareth Myles|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|