Dinner Party Economics

Paperback | December 11, 2013

byEveline J. Adomait, Richard G. Maranta

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A little economics training can go a long way in helping you to understand the real world in which you live. Assistant Professor of Economics Eveline Adomait, along with her writing partner Richard Maranta, write simply about what can appear to be a complicated subject while never dumbing down the intellectual content that makes an understanding about the economy so important in this day and age. From the classroom to the dinner party, this book will help you hold your own in conversations about the economy as a whole and understand the real implications of government macroeconomic policies.

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A little economics training can go a long way in helping you to understand the real world in which you live. Assistant Professor of Economics Eveline Adomait, along with her writing partner Richard Maranta, write simply about what can appear to be a complicated subject while never dumbing down the intellectual content that makes an und...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:205 pages, 9.25 × 7.15 × 0.5 inPublished:December 11, 2013Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1269590928

ISBN - 13:9781269590921

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Table of Contents

Table d’hôte


Before Dinner Cocktails
1 Introduction to Dinner Party Economics
2 Character Assignments


Appetizers: Key Economic Concepts and Relationships
3 Measure for Measure
4 Money is as Money Does
5 Assortment of Gross Products
6 Name Your Price
7 In Labour
8 Good to Grow
9 Taking Stocks and Going With the Flows
10 International Cheques and Balances


Main Course: Economic Policy
11 Policy Matters


Dessert Course: Economic Debates
12 Side Views


Après Dinner Drinks

13 Concluding Remarks