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Book description: Companion to Contemporary Economic Thought presents its reader with a comprehensive picture of current economic theory and applied economics. Its forty-one constituent articles are arranged under four broad themes: Methodological Perspectives, Economic Theory, Applied Economics, and Interfaces. This last section, a feature unique to this book, explores the current points of contact between economics and related disciplines. Each article considers its topic in depth, conveying the full detail of current advances. The contributors explain their ideas in ways that will be understandable to others, both inside and outside economics. Also included is an extensive bibliography and suggestions for further reading, as well as a detailed index of topics and people. Companion to Contemporary Economic Thought takes stock of the subject, providing—in a concise form—unified coverage appropriate to the student, the teacher and the professional alike. * 41 in-depth essays cover current economic theory and applied economics in a single, comprehensive volume * Interfaces section considers economics as it relates to other disciplines * Extensive notes, bibliographies and suggestions for further reading; detailed index of Topics and People
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