The Routledge Dictionary of Economics, now in its third edition, provides the clearest, most authoritative definition of economic and financial terms available. The book is perfect for students and professionals interested in a broad range of disciplines including Business, Economics, Finance, and Accountancy and all additional subjects where a knowledge of these fields of essential.
The dictionary has been updated to reflect the economic changes of the new Millennium including the emergence of experimental and behavioural economics, new political economy, the importance of institutions, globalization, environmental economics, financial crises and the economic emergence of China and India.
It’s an international dictionary that includes succinctly explained A to Z entries and definitive explanations of the key terms, accompanied by a short bibliography and comprising supplementary online definitions. In a world where the reader is met with a barrage of conflicting and competing information, this book continues to provide a definitive guide to economics.
Donald Rutherford is Lecturer in Economics and Director of Studies at the University of Edinburgh.
'In this third edition, Rutherford does an outstanding job of covering that wide spectrum, with valuable definitions of economic, financial, business, and accountancy terms. This dictionary is a great scholarly resource, with information 'to reflect the economic changes of the new millennium'...This dictionary will be very useful for all academic and public libraries. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Lower-division undergraduates through professionals; general readers.' - A.B. Sarangapani, Lone Star College - Tomball, CHOICE