Makes the key distinction between economics as an academic discipline and the economy as a practical reality. Never grim, often witty, and frequently insightful into our turbulent financial times, Economic Literacy is a must for students of economics everywhere.
A collection of current research in the growing field of social economics, covering issues like culture, gender, ethics, and philanthropic behavior. Social economics explores how individual behavior is affected by group-level influences, extending the approach of mainstream economics to include broader social motivations.
The Clash of Economic Ideas by White
Call Number: HB87 .W45 2012
Offers fresh perspectives on laissez faire, socialism, fascism, the Roaring Twenties, business cycle theories, the Great Depression, Institutionalism and the New Deal, the Keynesian Revolution, the gold standard, the interwar gold-exchange standard, the Great Inflation, public goods and public choice, free trade, protectionism, and public debt.