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Real World Economics: Set 2 (Real World Economics)

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Synopsis:

This series is designed to introduce readers to some of the most fundamental and important economic concepts, processes, and institutions in a readily accessible, engaging, yet truly edifying way. Given the economic crisis of the late 2000s, this series and its subjects could not be of more urgent relevance. This set deals with why banks fail, how credit crises occur, and how taxation, stimulus plans, deflation, and the stock market all work. School-age children are being raised in an era of extreme economic anxiety and uncertainty, and they need this series to help them make sense of what they are hearing, be reassured with calming perspective, and be armed with solid knowledge and understanding. Rarely has a series been so needed and come at just the right time for students in great need of clarity and comprehension.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781435895775
Author:
Various
Publisher:
Rosen Classroom
Subject:
Business & Economics
Subject:
Children s-Money
Series:
Real World Economics
Publication Date:
20100831
Binding:
LIBRARY BOUND
Language:
English
Pages:
80

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"Synopsis" by , This series is designed to introduce readers to some of the most fundamental and important economic concepts, processes, and institutions in a readily accessible, engaging, yet truly edifying way. Given the economic crisis of the late 2000s, this series and its subjects could not be of more urgent relevance. This set deals with why banks fail, how credit crises occur, and how taxation, stimulus plans, deflation, and the stock market all work. School-age children are being raised in an era of extreme economic anxiety and uncertainty, and they need this series to help them make sense of what they are hearing, be reassured with calming perspective, and be armed with solid knowledge and understanding. Rarely has a series been so needed and come at just the right time for students in great need of clarity and comprehension.
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