By: John Eatwell (Editor), Murray Milgate (Editor), Peter Newman (Editor)
In four volumes, The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics brings together the knowledge of 927 of the world's leading economists, including 13 Nobel Laureates. The 1300 subject entries cover the broad themes of economic theory such as money, value, capital, equilibrium and growth, with over 655 biographies and 4000 cross-references. The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics should provide an accessible introduction to any subject, for professionals, researchers and academics alike.
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