For anyone who wants a better understanding of this far-from-dismal science, here is a clear and illuminating guide written by the chief business writer for The Economist. In A–Z format—think “absolute advantage” to “zero-sum game”—this useful and exceptionally well written guide provides an understanding of economics that will help anyone in business, in politics and public service, and even in their private lives make decisions that will help produce the results they are hoping to achieve.
The Essential A–Z Guides are lively, practical resources for business and investment professionals, as well as politicians, public servants, and students. Each book contains hundreds of entries that concisely explain the subject’s concept in a handy reference that complements any business library. The complete series includes these four titles:
Essentials for Board Directors
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Matthew Bishop is The Economist's New York bureau chief. He has been writing about economics and business for The Economist for more than fifteen years. He is also the lead author of Philanthrocapitalism: How the Rich Can Save the World.
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