Книга: Oxford Dictionary of Economics
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This dictionary aims to provide for the needs of students of economics at A-level and in the mainstream part of first degree courses, and of lay readers of journals such as The Economist. To this end it includes several concepts in mathematics and statistics which are widely used in standard economics texts, and various terms connected with personal finances, including insurance, pensions, and investment on the stock exchange. It is not intended to cater for the full needs of economics researchers or postgraduate students, or the wide range of specialist subjects within economics. It almost entirely excludes great names in economics, except insofar as they have laws or theorems named after them. An asterisk immediately before a word indicates that it has a separate entry (disregarding the distinction between singular and plural).