Monetary and Financial Integration in East Asia
The Relevance of European Experience
East Asia’s recent economic integration is in many ways similar to that undergone in Western Europe following the Second World War. In an invaluable guide for anyone interested in the interface between Asian and European economics and finance, the authors analyse the Asian experience from both European and Asian perspectives and explore the parallels within the regions, but also the significant differences in politics, history and economics.
The Price of Civilization
Economics and Ethics After the Fall
Ten years after the financial crisis, many of the world’s economies are still in recession. In this lucid analysis, the bestselling author of The End of Poverty argues that we need long-term solutions, not quick fixes: a partnership between state and the private sector, and competence from both, to reform corporate culture without stifling competition, and to regulate emissions while encouraging innovation. Essential reading for politicians, business, industry – and anyone interested in a sustainable future.
Cassell English-Japanese Business Dictionary
This reference work provides a comprehensive and specialized business vocabulary in a practical and accessible format. Over 15,000 business terms are arranged by topic, with the English words listed alphabetically within each topic for easy reference. Each Japanese term is given in both the native script and its romanized form.
The Foundations of Price Theory
After beginning with Aristotle and passing swiftly on through Aquinas and John Locke to Adam Smith and the classical economists (Part IV), the remaining parts of Bridel's anthology cover: (V) Marx's economics; (VI) the foundations of marginalism; (VII) partial equilibrium analysis, utility and costs; (VIII) general equilibrium analysis; and (IX) alternative approaches. No jackets.