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Handbook of Health Economics, Volume 1A
7 January 2011

Handbook of Health Economics, Volume 1A

Handbook of Health Economics, Volume 1A

2000 | 1000 | ISBN: 0444504702 | PDF | 7 Mb

The Handbook of Health Economics provide an up-to-date survey of the burgeoning literature in health economics. As a relatively recent subdiscipline of economics, health economics has been remarkably successful. It has made or stimulated numerous contributions to various areas of the main discipline: the theory of human capital; the economics of insurance; principal-agent theory; asymmetric information; econometrics; the theory of incomplete markets; and the foundations of welfare economics, among others. Perhaps it has had an even greater effect outside the field of economics, introducing terms such as opportunity cost, elasticity, the margin, and the production function into medical parlance. Indeed, health economists are likely to be as heavily cited in the clinical as in the economics literature. Partly because of the large share of public resources that health care commands in almost every developed country, health policy is often a contentious and visible issue; elections have sometimes turned on issues of health policy. Showing the versatility of economic theory, health economics and health economists have usually been part of policy debates, despite the vast differences in medical care institutions across countries. The publication of the first Handbook of Health Economics marks another step in the evolution of health economics. ...
Economics for Everyone: A Short Guide to the Economics of Capitalism by Jim Stanford
29 July 2010

Economics for Everyone: A Short Guide to the Economics of Capitalism by Jim Stanford

Economics for Everyone: A Short Guide to the Economics of Capitalism by Jim Stanford
Publisher: Pluto Press; 1 edition (May 20, 2008) | ISBN: 0745327516 | Pages: 360 | PDF | 2 MB


Most people think economics is a technical, confusing, and even mysterious subject. It’s a fi eld best left to the experts: namely, the economists. But in reality, economics should be quite straightforward. After all, economics is simply about how we work. What we produce. And how we distribute and ultimately use what we’ve produced. Economics is about who does what, who gets what, and what they do with it. At that simplest, grass-roots level, we all know something about the economy. And so we should all have something to say about economics. Moreover, because we interact, cooperate, and clash with each other in the economy (even Robinson Crusoe didn’t work alone – he had Friday around to help), economics is a social subject. It’s not just technical, concrete forces like technology and productivity that matter. It’s also the interactions and relationships between people that make the economy go around.
The New World of Economics: A Remake of a Classic for New Generations of Economics Students, 6th Edition
11 March 2013

The New World of Economics: A Remake of a Classic for New Generations of Economics Students, 6th Edition

Richard B. McKenzie, Gordon Tullock, "The New World of Economics: A Remake of a Classic for New Generations of Economics Students, 6th ed"
2012 | ISBN-10: 3642273637 | 577 pages | PDF | 4,4 MB

The New World of Economics, 6th edition, by Richard McKenzie and Gordon Tullock, represents a revival of a classic text that, when it was first published, changed substantially the way economics would be taught at the introductory and advanced levels of economics for all time. In a very real sense, many contemporary general-audience economics books that seek to apply the “economic way of thinking” to an unbounded array of social issues have grown out of the disciplinary tradition established by earlier editions of The New World of Economics.
The New World of Economics, Sixth Edition: A Remake of a Classic for New Generations of Economics Students (repost)
17 October 2013

The New World of Economics, Sixth Edition: A Remake of a Classic for New Generations of Economics Students (repost)
Richard B. McKenzie, Gordon Tullock, "The New World of Economics: A Remake of a Classic for New Generations of Economics Students, 6th ed"
Auflage: 6th ed. 2012 (23. Mai 2012) | ISBN-10: 3642273637 | 577 pages | PDF | 6,4 MB

The New World of Economics, 6th edition, by Richard McKenzie and Gordon Tullock, represents a revival of a classic text that, when it was first published, changed substantially the way economics would be taught at the introductory and advanced levels of economics for all time. In a very real sense, many contemporary general-audience economics books that seek to apply the "economic way of thinking" to an unbounded array of social issues have grown out of the disciplinary tradition established by earlier editions of The New World of Economics.
Economics for Everyone: A Short Guide to the Economics of Capitalism
17 November 2010

Economics for Everyone: A Short Guide to the Economics of Capitalism


Economics for Everyone: A Short Guide to the Economics of Capitalism by Jim Stanford


Publisher: Pluto Press; 1 edition (May 20, 2008) | ISBN: 0745327516 | Pages: 360 | PDF | 12 MB



Most people think economics is a technical, confusing, and even mysterious subject. It’s a fi eld best left to the experts: namely, the economists. But in reality, economics should be quite straightforward. After all, economics is simply about how we work. What we produce. And how we distribute and ultimately use what we’ve produced. Economics is about who does what, who gets what, and what they do with it. At that simplest, grass-roots level, we all know something about the economy.
Top 5 Amazon Bestsellers in Economics 2010 - English edition
24 January 2011

Top 5 Amazon Bestsellers in Economics 2010 - English edition


Top 5 Amazon Bestsellers in Economics 2010 - English editionTop 5 Amazon Bestsellers in Economics 2010 - English editionTop 5 Amazon Bestsellers in Economics 2010 - English editionTop 5 Amazon Bestsellers in Economics 2010 - English editionTop 5 Amazon Bestsellers in Economics 2010 - English edition

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Terms of Trade: Glossary of International Economics
21 October 2010

Terms of Trade: Glossary of International Economics

Terms of Trade: Glossary of International Economics by Alan V. Deardoff
World Scientific Publishing Company | 2006 | ISBN: 9812566287 | Pages: 396 | PDF | Size: 14,8 MB

Have you ever wondered what a term in international economics means? This useful reference book offers a glossary of terms in both international trade and international finance, with emphasis on economic issues. It is intended for students getting their first exposure to international economics, although advanced students will also find it useful for some of the more obscure terms that they have forgotten or never encountered. Besides an extensive glossary of terms, there is a picture gallery of diagrams used to explain key concepts such as the Edgeworth Production Box and the Offer Curve Diagram in international economics. This section is followed by several lists of terms that occur a lot in international economics, grouped by subject to help users find terms that they cannot recall. Prior to the bibliography is a section on the origins of terms in international economics which records what the author has been able to learn about the origins of some of the terms used in international economics. This is a must-have portable glossary in international trade and international economics!
Advances in Behavioral Economics (Roundtable Series in Behavioral Economics)
1 July 2013

Advances in Behavioral Economics (Roundtable Series in Behavioral Economics)
Advances in Behavioral Economics (Roundtable Series in Behavioral Economics) by Colin F. Camerer, George Loewenstein and Matthew Rabin
English | 776 pages | (December 8, 2003) | 0691116822 | PDF | 4,8 Mb


Twenty years ago, behavioral economics did not exist as a field. Most economists were deeply skeptical--even antagonistic--toward the idea of importing insights from psychology into their field. Today, behavioral economics has become virtually mainstream.
It is well represented in prominent journals and top economics departments, and behavioral economists, including several contributors to this volume, have garnered some of the most prestigious awards in the profession.

Sex, Drugs and Economics: An Unconventional Intro to Economics
11 November 2010

Sex, Drugs and Economics: An Unconventional Intro to Economics


Sex, Drugs and Economics: An Unconventional Intro to Economics


Texere | 2004-03-08 | ISBN: 1587991829 | 280 pages | PDF | 11 MB



A refreshing look at economics with topics ranging from sex, drugs, arms and music to energy, movies and farming, the Internet and Aids, Diane Coyle plunges herself and the reader into some of the world’s most contentious political and social issues. Diane Coyle shows how economic principles apply to headline issues in an entertaining, humane and highly intelligent way. Harvard-educated Coyle is an economist and award-winning writer specializing in business, technology and global economics.
Future Directions for Heterodox Economics (Advances in Heterodox Economics)
27 May 2011

Future Directions for Heterodox Economics (Advances in Heterodox Economics)

Robert Garnett, "Future Directions for Heterodox Economics (Advances in Heterodox Economics)"
Publisher: University of Michigan Press | 2008 | ISBN: 047203247X | PDF | 344 pages | 17.5 MB


Twenty-first-century economists will have to understand and improve a post-Cold War world in which no single economic theory or system holds the key to human betterment. Heterodox economists have much to contribute to this effort, as a wave of pluralism spawns new lines of research and new dialogues among non-mainstream economists. Future Directions for Heterodox Economics showcases a range of contributions to contemporary economic theory and policy, bringing together essays that range from mathematical to philosophical, critical to positive, and pro-market to socialist and making innovative connections between formerly separate theoretical traditions---Marxian, Austrian, feminist, ecological, Sraffian, institutionalist, and post-Keynesian. Unlike any previous collection, this volume shows the surprising extent to which pluralism is engendering controversy, critical dialogue, and innovative new directions within heterodox economics.