What exactly is a credit crunch?
Why do footballers earn so much more than the rest of us?
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And how does economics affect each one of us, every day?
Daily Telegraph economics editor Edmund Conway introduces and explains the central ideas of economics in a series of 50 clear and concise essays. Beginning with an exploration of the basic theories, such as Adam Smith’s ‘invisible hand’, and concluding with the latest research into the links between wealth and happiness, he sheds light on all the essential topics needed to understand booms and busts, bulls and bears, and the way the world really works. Don’t just have it on your desk; get it on your iPod and learn economics the smart way.
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Economics by the numbers
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