Publisher: Trieste Publishing
Product Dimensions: 6.14 x 9.21 inches
About the Book
Economic History titles examine corporations, business ventures or economies that populated the past, and can shed light on broader economic processes. Analytical methods in this area are mostly narrative, but include statistical analysis and apply principles drawn from economic theory to explain and understand historical phenomena. Specific topics include: United States Steel Corporation, Bank of Nova Scotia, political economy in England, Studebaker Corporation, Railway Companies of Scotland, Money in America, London money market, and the Union Pacific railroad.
Also in this Book
Titles in this category cover Economics. Economics is concerned with the study of the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services in the context of limited resources and unlimited wants. Microeconomics deals with individual actors in the economy, such as households, firms, buyers, and sellers, and how they interact in markets via the price mechanism. Macroeconomics, on the other hand, deals with the economy as a whole, which includes aggregated production, consumption, savings, and investment (which is influenced by interest rates). Subjects in this category include: Political Economy, Fallacies of Protection, Valuing Public Utilities, Social Value, Nationalization of assets, Distribution of wealth, Risk and insurance, Unemployment, Industrial depressions, Competitive advantage, and Utilitarianism.
And in this Book
Books about Contemporary Political Science discuss the issues that determine how countries, and communities are governed, draws on fields such as history, economics and philosophy. Titles include: English Socialism of To-Day: Its Teaching and Its Aims Examined, Popular Government; Four Essays (1885), The League of Nations at work, Why men fight; a method of abolishing the international duel, The veto power, its origin, development and function in the government of the United States (1789-1889), and Representative Government in England; Its Faults and Failures.
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