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Loose-Leaf for Economics of Social Issues

Loose-Leaf for Economics of Social Issues

21st Edition
By Charles Register and Paul Grimes
ISBN10: 1259300102
ISBN13: 9781259300103
Copyright: 2016

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1. Alleviating Human Misery: The Role of Economic Reasoning

2. Economic Systems, Resource Allocation, and Social Well-Being: Lessons from China’s Transition

3. Government Control of Prices in Mixed Systems: What Are the Actual Outcomes?

4. Pollution Problems: Must We Foul Our Own Nests?

5. Economics of Crime and Its Prevention: How Much Is Too Much?

6. The Economics of Education: Crisis and Reform

7. Poverty Problems and Discrimination: Why Are So Many Still So Poor?

8. The Economics of Monopoly Power: Who Does What to Whom?

9. The Economics of Professional Sports: What Is the Real Score?

10. Competition in the Global Marketplace: Should We Protect Ourselves From International Trade?

11. Economic Growth: Why Is the Economic Road So Bumpy?

12. Money, Banking, and the Financial System: Old Problems with New Twists

13. Unemployment and Inflation: Can We Find a Balance?

14. Government Spending, Taxation, and the National Debt: Who Wins and Who Loses?

15. Social Security and Medicare: How Secure Is Our Safety Net for the Elderly?