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  1. Economics

    Welfling, Weldon, 1912-1978
    Homewood, Ill. : Published for American Institute of Banking, New York [by] R. D. Irwin, [1967]

  2. Economics

    Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1970]

    Appropriate for Courses in Business English and Business Communication with a grammar focus. Reorganized and streamlined for this edition, Business English for the 21st Century, Fourth Edition equips readers with the basic tools and techniques needed to be an effective writer. Using a simple yet comprehensive approach, it begins with the basic building blocks of English, moves through ordinary sentence structure to more sophisticated writing and self-editing skills, and encourages readers to learn more about the system of language. New to this edition are chapters clustered into thematic units, unit reviews, integrated author's comments, PowerPoint slides, and proofreading exercises designed to prepare students for the challenges of business communication.

  3. Economics

    Samuelson, Paul A. (Paul Anthony), 1915-2009
    16th ed. - Boston, Mass : Irwin/McGraw-Hill, c1998.

    This edition places continued emphasis on the analytical core of economics, with particular attention to economic growth (macro) and analysis of market economy (micro). Advanced material has been relegated to ten appendices.

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    Stanford Libraries' Economics collections include print and online resources such as books, journals, databases, and datasets on topics such as microeconomics, macroeconomics, behavioral, environmental, public, and labor economics, and more.

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  1. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) Economic Areas

    Bureau of Transportation Statistics
    1998

    The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)database is a Geographic polygon dataset representing county based economic regions for the United States.

  2. BEA Economic Areas, 1977

    Research Data Services (RDS), Columbia University Libraries and United States. Bureau of Economic Analysis.
    1977

    This is a scanned version of the 1977 paper map entitled: BEA Economic Areas. Both sides of the map were scanned at 300 dots per inch and are in t...

  3. The Bahamas : economic report

    1986

    "Derived from an IBRD economic mission to the commonwealth of the Bahamas in May 1985, led by Mr. R.J. Robinson"--Galley.

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