Encyclopedia of the Global Economy: List of entries

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Greenwood Press, 2006 - Economic history - 440 pages
Provides a comprehensive introduction to the global economy. This book covers a spectrum of concepts, people, and organisations related to economic globalisation - from its origins in the quest for exotic spices in the 16th Century. It is a useful resource for those interested in the dynamics of the global economy.

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Contents

THE ENCYCLOPEDIA
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Glossary of Selected Terms
389
Key Global Economy Web Sites
403
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About the author (2006)

DAVID E. O'CONNOR is a nationally recognized economics teacher at the Edwin O. Smith High School in Storrs, Connecticut. He has also served as a College Board Consultant in Economics, President of the Connecticut Council for Social Studies, and Instructor at the Taft Summer Institute for Teachers. He has conducted over 100 teacher workshops and written 18 books and teacher's manuals in the fields of economics, ethnic history, and world history, including Basic Economic Principles (Greenwood, 2000), Demystifying the Global Economy (Greenwood, 2002), and The Basics of Economics (Greenwood, 2004).

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