Economics: The Definitive Encyclopedia from Theory to Practice, 1st Edition

  • David A. Dieterle
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  • ISBN-10: 0313397082
  • ISBN-13: 9780313397080
  • DDC: 330.0323
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 2168 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2017 | Published/Released December 2017
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2017

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Overview

A comprehensive four-volume resource that explains more than 800 topics within the foundations of economics, macroeconomics, microeconomics, and global economics, all presented in an easy-to-read format.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
Introduction to Volume 1: Foundations of Economics.
A.
1: Accountant.
2: Agriculture and the Environment.
3: American Economic Association.
4: American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations.
5: Ancient Thought, or Oeconomicus.
6: Animal Spirits.
7: Asset Allocation.
8: Association of Environmental and Resource Economists.
9: Austrian Economic Thought.
B.
10: Banking.
11: Banking, History Of.
12: Bankruptcy.
13: Basic Economic Questions.
14: Bastiat, FrÉdÉric.
15: Behavioral Economics.
16: Behavioral Finance.
17: Bernoulli, Jacob.
18: Biodiversity.
19: BöHm-Bawerk, Eugen Von.
20: Boulding, Kenneth.
21: Budget.
22: Buffett, Warren.
C.
23: Cantillon, Richard.
24: Capital Gains and Losses.
25: Capital Markets.
26: Capital Resources.
27: Capitalism.
28: Carlyle, Thomas.
29: Carnegie, Andrew.
30: Central Bank.
31: Central Planning.
32: Charitable Donations.
33: Chicago School of Economic Thought.
34: Circular Flow of Economic Activity.
35: Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission.
36: Civil War Economics, Shortages, and Inflation, 1861–1865.
37: Classical Economics.
38: Colonialism.
39: Command Economy.
40: Communism.
41: Compound Interest.
42: Cost-Benefit Analysis.
43: Craft Guilds.
44: Creative Destruction.
45: Credit Report.
46: Crony Capitalism.
47: Cultural Economics.
48: Culture and Behavioral Economics.
D.
49: Decision Costs.
50: Democratic Socialism.
51: Demographics in Economics.
52: Discrimination and Behavioral Economics.
E.
53: Ecological Economics.
54: Economic Anthropology.
55: Economic Freedom.
56: Economic Growth.
57: Economic History.
58: Economic Psychology.
59: Economic Science Association.
60: Economic Sociology.
61: Economic Systems.
62: Ekelund, Robert, Jr..
63: Emotions and Decision-Making.
64: Endowment Effect.
65: Entrepreneurship.
66: Environmental Economics.
67: Environmental Protection Agency.
68: Environmentalism.
69: Estate Planning.
70: Ethical Consumption.
71: Ethical Production.
72: Evolutionary Economics.
73: Experimental Economics.
F.
74: Factors of Production.
75: Fascism.
76: Feminism and Behavioral Economics.
77: Financial Literacy.
78: Ford, Henry.
79: Forecasting and Modeling.
G.
80: Gold Rush Boom and Bust, 1848.
81: Golden Rule and Behavioral Economics.
82: Gompers, Samuel.
83: The Great Depression and Wall Street Crash, 1929.
84: Great Migration.
85: Green National Accounting.
H.
86: Habits.
87: Hamilton, Alexander.
88: Hayek, Friedrich Von.
89: Health Economics.
90: Hobbes, Thomas.
91: Human Capital.
92: Human Rights and Decision-Making.
93: Hume, David.
94: Hurricane Katrina, 2005.
95: Hurricane Sandy, 2012.
I.
96: Identity Economics.
97: Identity Theft.
98: Immigration: Global Overview.
99: Industrial Revolution.
100: Informal Economy.
101: Institutional Economics.
102: Intellectual Property Rights.
103: Internal Revenue Service.
104: International Association for Research in Economic Psychology.
105: Intuition and Decision-Making.
106: Investing.
107: Iron Age.
J.
108: Jobs, Steve.
K.
109: Keynes, John Maynard.
110: Keynesian Economics.
L.
111: Land Use.
112: Law and Economics.
113: Lenin, Vladimir.
114: List, Friedrich.
115: Locke, John.
116: Long Run Versus Short Run.
M.
117: Malthus, Thomas.
118: Marginal Analysis.
119: Market Capitalism.
120: Marshall, Alfred.
121: Marx, Karl.
122: Marxism.
123: Menger, Carl.
124: Mercantilism.
125: Mill, John Stuart.
126: Mises, Ludwig Von.
127: Money, History Of.
128: Mont Pelerin: A Crisis in Economic Thought and Academia, 1947.
129: Moral Motivation.
130: Moral Sentiments and Adam Smith.
131: Mun, Thomas.
N.
132: National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation.
133: Natural Resources Economics.
134: New Classical Economic Thought.
135: New Deal.
136: New Institutional Economic Thought.
137: New Keynesian Economic Thought.
138: New York Stock Exchange.
139: NIMBY and LULU.
140: Nobel Prize in Economics.
141: Non-Governmental Organization.
142: Nuclear Energy, Safety, and Waste.
O.
143: Opportunity Cost.
P.
144: Paternalism.
145: Path Dependency.
146: Payments for Environmental Services.
147: Peace Corps of the United States.
148: Peace Economics.
149: Population.
150: Portfolio Management.
151: Poverty.
152: Pre-Classical Economic Thought.
153: Prisoner’s Dilemma.
154: Private Property.
155: Privatization.
156: Production Possibilities Curve.
157: Progressive Era.
158: Prohibition.
Q.
159: Quesnay, FrançOis.
R.
160: Rational Expectations.
161: Rationality: Process and Neoclassical.
162: Reagan, Ronald.
163: Reasons.
164: Recycling.
165: Regulation and Oversight of Financial Institutions.
166: Relative Thinking.
167: Religion and Decision-Making.
168: Resources.
169: Ricardo, David.
170: Rockefeller, John D..
171: Roosevelt, Franklin D..
S.
172: Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
173: Say, Jean-Baptiste.
174: Schumpeter, Joseph.