Elsevier's Economics Dictionary
In English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and GermanBy
- J.L. De Lucca, Sao Paulo, Brazil
This dictionary contains terms covering the following fields and subfields: Business economics, economic development and growth, economic history, economic systems, economic thought, financial economics, general economics, industrial organization, international economics, labor and demographic economics, law and economics, macroeconomics and monetary economics, mathematical an quantitative methods, microeconomics, natural resource economics, public economics, social economics, urban, rural and regional economics, welfare.
The dictionary is supplemented by an exhaustive list of abbreviations in several languages. It will be an essential reference tool for business people operating within a new economic world order, who wish to understand global trade relations. The wide variety of economic terms presented makes this dictionary unique in the field.
Hardbound, 980 Pages
Published: April 2001