The Fortune Encyclopedia of Economics
This encyclopedia of economics was originally published as The Fortune Encyclopedia of Economics in 1993. It went online in 2003 as The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics (at the old Econlib site). It contains articles by leading economists on basic concepts, economic systems, schools of economic thought, macroeconomics, economic policy, taxes, money and banking, economic regulation, environmental regulation, discrimination, labor issues, international economics, corporations, financial markets, the marketplace, the economics of special markets, economies outside the U.S., and biographies of famous economists.
- Editor: David R. Henderson
The Fortune Encyclopedia of Economics, ed. David R. Henderson (New York: Warner Books, 1993).
The copyright to this edition, in both print and electronic forms, is held by Liberty Fund, Inc.
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