The Penguin Dictionary of Economics, compiled by Graham Bannock and R. E. Baxter, is a comprehensive collection of economic terms.
Summary of the Book
This book hosts a compendium of important terms and phrases used in economics, such as acceleration principle, venture capital, Euro, globalisation, X-efficiency, and zero-game, to name a few. The eighth edition is completely updated with the trending terms in economics, including those used in the context of global recession. The Penguin Dictionary of Economics serves as an extensive guide for students of economics as well as professionals.
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