Economics For Dummies by Sean Masaki Flynn

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Grasp the history, principles, theories, and terminology of economics with this updated bestseller

Since the initial publication of Economics For Dummies in 2005, the U.S. has endured a number of drastic changes and events that sent its economy into a tailspin. This newly revised edition presents updated material about the recent financial crisis and the steps taken to repair it.

Packed with refreshed information and relevant new examples from today's economy, it gives you a straightforward, easy-to-grasp understanding of how the economy functions-and how it influences personal finances.New information on deciphering consumer behaviorRefresh coverage of fiscal and monetary policiesA new chapter on health care policy and the financial crisis

Presenting complex theories in simple terms and helping you decode the jargon, understand the equations, and debunk the common misconceptions, Economics For Dummies tackles the topic in terms you can understand.


About Sean Masaki Flynn

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Sean Flynn, PhD, is an assistant professor of economics at Scripps College in Claremont, California. He is an active resource on the topic of economics in both the academic community and the media. He has been a guest expert on NPR and has been interviewed for articles on
Published March 10, 2011 by For Dummies. 408 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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For the majority of the British population, many have been forced into part time work because there are too few job vacancies to provide full time work for them although they would like nothing better than to be allowed to work in full time employment, some home owners cannot afford to work in lo...

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