The Palgrave Dictionary of Emerging Markets and Transition Economics uses articles that not only define the terms but provide an overview of the evolution of the term or theory and also touch on the current debates.
Contains clear, concise definitions of approximately 3,500 key economic terms. Covering all aspects of economics including economic theory and policy, applied microeconomics and macroeconomics, labour economics, public economics and public finance, monetary economics, and environmental economics.
Dictionaries of economics and business (from Credo Reference)
Search a variety of dictionaries and encyclopedias of business and economics at Credo Reference (formerly Xreferplus), a subscription-based site that provides access to hundreds of cross-searchable reference books.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Economic Surveys
OECD’s periodic reviews of member and non-member economies. Member country reviews are generally done on an 18 month cycle, while non-member reviews are done as agreed with the subject country. A minimum of 18 surveys are done each year. Each issue provides a comprehensive analysis of developments in the subject country, along with individual chapters covering key economic challenges being faced and recommendations for dealing with the challenges.
This book provides a comprehensive overview of the issues that dominate both academic discourse and the policymaking arena in the field of international trade, bringing to bear the insights of economics, law, and political science.
This timely Handbook comprehensively explores the complex relationships between trade and economic performance in developing countries, illustrating that it is not trade per se that is important but the context, at the firm, country and regional level, in which trade occurs. The Handbook on Trade and Development provides a review of the current understanding of major trade issues facing developing countries through considering specific region or country case studies. Broad topics are covered including trade costs and facilitation; trade preferences; trade and firm performance; and child labour.