A clear, concise and entertaining introduction to the economics of today, written by Sydney Morning Herald/The Age economics guru Ross Gittins.
Drawing on many of Ross's popular columns and the needs of final year high school economics students, Gittins' Guide provides bite-sized, easy-to-follow explanations of the key issues in economics and macroeconomics that shape our world. Featuring Ross's trademark intelligence, clarity and down-to-earth approach, this book is essential reading for senior students and anyone who wants a better understanding of what economics - and economic policies - are all about.
Allen & Unwin
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01 April 2006
1. Introduction to economics2. The labour market3. The financial markets4. Government in the economy5. The global economy6. Australia's place in the global economy7. Economic issues8. Economic policies and management