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Making sense of economics
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Making Sense of Joan Robinson on China. Authors: Tahir, Pervez Yet it is these writings that arguably cost Joan Robinson the Nobel Memorial Prize in economics. This short book reviews those writings and comments on what has happened since with regard to China’s development, Joan Robinson's interpretation and predictions, and how her Brand: Palgrave Macmillan. Get this from a library! The Economist guide to economic indicators: making sense of economics. [Richard Stutely; Economist Newspaper Ltd.].
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-- Guide for the nonspecialist to interpreting economic indicators relating to GDP and GNI (GNP); growth, trends, and cycles; population and employment; government; consumers; investment and savings.