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eBook A Guide to Everyday Economic Statistics ePub

by Martin Gerhard Giesbrecht,Gary E Clayton

  • ISBN: 0073523194
  • Category: Mathematics
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Martin Gerhard Giesbrecht,Gary E Clayton
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; 7 edition (September 21, 2009)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1746 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1757 kb
  • Other: txt azw doc rtf
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 271

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Gary E. Clayton is Professor and former Chair of the Economics & Finance Department at Northern Kentucky University. This little book offers a general overview of economic indicators and, in that light, isn't a bad economic handbook.

Gary E. in economics is from the University of Utah and he is the only American with an Honorary Doctorate from the People’s Friendship University of Russia (PFUR) in Moscow. The sheer ecstasy with which the author gushes over Keynesian economics, however, is a bit much. Clayton, Martin Gerhard Giesbrecht. Examines 40+ economic statistics such as, GDP, inflation, unemployment, interest rates, consumer confidence, personal income, and more, from public and private sources such as the Bureaus of Economic Analysis, Labor Statistics, Census, and The Conference Board. This text assumes no prior knowledge of economics.

Автор: Clayton Gary E Название: Guide to Everyday Economic Statistics ISBN . This book presents the important results of probability and statistics without.

This guide puts statistics in context, so the reader can see how an individual statistic relates to the larger picture. This book presents the important results of probability and statistics without making heavy mathematical demands on the reader.

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Gary Clayton and Martin Gerhard Giesbrecht. The authors examine how different series are constructed, how they can be interpreted, and how we may use them effectively. Students of all levels will find this guide easy to read and helpful in understanding how individual statistics relate to the economy as a whole. Clayton (Clayton, Gary . used books, rare books and new books. Guide to Everyday Economic Statistics. by Gary E. Find all books by 'Gary E. Clayton' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Gary E. Clayton'. by Richard C. Remy, John J. Patrick, David C. Saffell, Gary E. Find signed collectible books: 'Guide to Everyday Economic Statistics'.

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A Guide to Everyday Economic Thinking ) This brief paperback is perfect for anyone who wants a quick introduction to microeconomic principles as well as a concise overview of American economic history and current social and economic issues. Martin Gerhard Giesbrecht has been listed as a noteworthy Economics educator, clarinetist by Marquis Who's Who.

A guide to everyday economic thinking by Martin Gerhard Giesbrecht, Gary E. Clayton - 1997 - 125 pages. Business cycle indicators for states and regions by Gerhard Bry, United States. A guide to everyday economic thinking by Martin Gerhard Giesbrecht, Gary E. A history of money and prices by Jacob Schoenhof - 1897 - 352 pages. A methodological approach to the estimation of time quantity broiler production functions by Paul H. Hoepner - 1964 - 84 pages. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Indiana University - 1961 - 29 pages. Business cycle theory by Günter Gabisch, Hans-Walter Lorenz - 1987 - 229 pages.

The 7th edition Guide to Everyday Economic Statistics is a handy little guide that can be consulted for clarification whenever any of the statistical series dealt with are encountered. The authors examine how different series are constructed and how we may use them effectively. This guide puts statistics in context, so the reader can see how an individual statistic relates to the larger picture. Because of this, students won’t have to read the book consecutively from beginning to end.

Comments

godlike godlike
This is an extremely low quality book with pages skewed, and saw edges, it's to the point where pages are folded to fit. I have no idea what happened in their manufacturing process but this is truly unacceptable. Due to timing for a class I was not able to return it to try a different copy before I needed to start reading. I paid over $50 for this brand new book.
Delari Delari
Way too expensive for what it is a pamphlet, what is going on with books these days. Only reason I bought it, is because I need it, truth to be told, not really used it that much.
Leniga Leniga
Not my favorite book, but it was required for a class I was attending.
Kearanny Kearanny
Great price
monotronik monotronik
Great tool to help break down all of the statistics used in any economics course.
Anayalore Anayalore
Easy format, good web links to current statistical series, and so much info packed into this skinny book!
Lestony Lestony
Great book!
This little book offers a general overview of economic indicators and, in that light, isn't a bad economic handbook. The sheer ecstasy with which the author gushes over Keynesian economics, however, is a bit much.