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Anforme Crisis Economics: The Cutting Edge

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Product Reference: 978-1-905504-57-2 / 978-1-905504-58-9 / 978-1-905504-91-6

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The last three years have seen a whirlwind hit the economic system. We have moved from housing bubble, through credit crunch, recession, partial recovery to austerity and fiscal tightening. Many questions have been raised about the functioning of the global economic system.


In this new resource Nigel Watson, Head of Economics, St.Catherine’s School, Bramley looks at the questions and provides an analysis of the problems we are facing and the potential answers.


This resource is available as a CD in colour with site licence, and you have the option of purchasing it with an additional paper copy for photocopying.


The 10 areas covered are:

  • Globalisation: What and how but for whom?
  • Why are there different explanations of the economic cycle?
  • What is the distinction between short-run and long-run economic growth?
  • Is inflation targeting a good thing?
  • Why has the availability of credit caused a housing bubble?
  • Will the Quantitative Easing experiment work?
  • Who is the winner in the Euro debate?
  • Are fiscal rules only fiscal folly?
  • Is deflation a false threat?
  • Why does the world economy need to re-balance.

Product Reference: 978-1-905504-57-2 / 978-1-905504-58-9 / 978-1-905504-91-6

Photocopiable option includes hardcopy, CD and site licence.

Digital download option includes site licence (To be sent after completion of order).

The last three years have seen a whirlwind hit the economic system. We have moved from housing bubble, through credit crunch, recession, partial recovery to austerity and fiscal tightening. Many questions have been raised about the functioning of the global economic system.


In this new resource Nigel Watson, Head of Economics, St.Catherine’s School, Bramley looks at the questions and provides an analysis of the problems we are facing and the potential answers.


This resource is available as a CD in colour with site licence, and you have the option of purchasing it with an additional paper copy for photocopying.


The 10 areas covered are:

  • Globalisation: What and how but for whom?
  • Why are there different explanations of the economic cycle?
  • What is the distinction between short-run and long-run economic growth?
  • Is inflation targeting a good thing?
  • Why has the availability of credit caused a housing bubble?
  • Will the Quantitative Easing experiment work?
  • Who is the winner in the Euro debate?
  • Are fiscal rules only fiscal folly?
  • Is deflation a false threat?
  • Why does the world economy need to re-balance.

ISBN: 978-1-905504-57-2 / 978-1-905504-58-9 / 978-1-905504-91-6

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