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The Resource 101 things everyone should know about economics : a down and dirty guide to everything from securities and derivatives to interest rates and hedge funds-- and what they mean for you, Peter Sander

101 things everyone should know about economics : a down and dirty guide to everything from securities and derivatives to interest rates and hedge funds-- and what they mean for you, Peter Sander

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101 things everyone should know about economics : a down and dirty guide to everything from securities and derivatives to interest rates and hedge funds-- and what they mean for you
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101 things everyone should know about economics
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a down and dirty guide to everything from securities and derivatives to interest rates and hedge funds-- and what they mean for you
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Peter Sander
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  • One hundred and one things that everyone should know about economics
  • One hundred & one things that everyone should know about economics
  • Hundred and one things that everyone should know about economics
  • Hundred & one things that everyoen should know about economics
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eng
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Sander, Peter
Dewey number
330
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illustrations
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index present
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non fiction
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Economics
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adult
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101 things everyone should know about economics : a down and dirty guide to everything from securities and derivatives to interest rates and hedge funds-- and what they mean for you, Peter Sander
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Contents
  • 1
  • 29
  • Mortgage Bank
  • 67
  • 30
  • Central Bank
  • 69
  • 31
  • Federal Reserve
  • 70
  • 32
  • Income
  • Target Interest Rates
  • 72
  • 33
  • Fed Open Market Operations
  • 75
  • 34
  • Fractional Reserve Banking
  • 76
  • 35
  • Reflation
  • 10
  • 79
  • 36
  • Paradox of Thrift
  • 81
  • 37
  • Reserve Requirements
  • 82
  • 38
  • Loan Loss Reserve
  • 83
  • 2
  • 39
  • Tier One Capital
  • 85
  • Chapter 5
  • Governments and Government Programs
  • 89
  • 40
  • U.S. Treasury
  • 90
  • 41
  • Consumption
  • Federal Budget
  • 92
  • 42
  • Federal Deficits and Debt
  • 96
  • 43
  • Tarp
  • 98
  • 44
  • Talf
  • 12
  • 100
  • 45
  • Securities Acts of 1933, 1934, and 1940
  • 101
  • 46
  • Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
  • 104
  • 47
  • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
  • 105
  • 3
  • 48
  • Government-Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs)
  • 107
  • 49
  • Tax Policy and Income Taxation
  • 109
  • 50
  • Credit Protection
  • 111
  • 51
  • Saving and Investment
  • Bankruptcy Law
  • 114
  • 52
  • Entitlements: Social Security and Medicare
  • 116
  • 53
  • Retirement Plans
  • 119
  • 54
  • Unemployment Benefits
  • 14
  • 121
  • 55
  • Health Insurance Protection: Cobra and Hipaa
  • 123
  • Chapter 6
  • Economic Schools and Tools
  • 127
  • 56
  • Fiscal Policy
  • 128
  • 4
  • 57
  • Monetary Policy
  • 130
  • 58
  • Keynesian School
  • 132
  • 59
  • Chicago or Monetarist School
  • 134
  • 60
  • Chapter 1
  • Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
  • Austrian School
  • 136
  • 61
  • Supply-Side Economics
  • 138
  • 62
  • Trickle-Down Economics
  • 140
  • 63
  • Reaganomics
  • 16
  • 142
  • 64
  • Behavioral Economics
  • 144
  • 65
  • New Deal
  • 146
  • 66
  • Planned Economy/Socialism
  • 148
  • 5
  • Chapter 7
  • Finance and Financial Markets
  • 153
  • 67
  • Derivatives and Derivative Trading
  • 154
  • 68
  • Asset-Backed Security
  • 157
  • 69
  • Unemployment and Unemployment Rates
  • Collateralized Debt Obligation (CDO)
  • 159
  • 70
  • Credit Default Swap
  • 161
  • 71
  • Mutual Fund
  • 163
  • 72
  • Hedge Fund
  • 18
  • 166
  • 73
  • Private Equity
  • 168
  • 74
  • Leveraged Buyout (LBO)
  • 170
  • 75
  • Institutional Investors
  • 171
  • 6
  • 76
  • Money Market Fund
  • 173
  • 77
  • Credit Rating Agency
  • 175
  • 78
  • Stocks, Stock Markets, and Stock Exchanges
  • 177
  • 79
  • Recessions
  • Bonds and Bond Markets
  • 179
  • 80
  • Commodities, Futures, and Futures Markets
  • 181
  • 81
  • Currency Markets/Forex
  • 183
  • 82
  • Brokers, Broker Dealers, and Registered Investment Advisers
  • 20
  • 185
  • 83
  • Financial Advisers
  • 187
  • 84
  • Electronic Trading
  • 189
  • 85
  • Margin and Buying on Margin
  • 191
  • 7
  • 86
  • Short Selling
  • 193
  • 87
  • Median Home Price
  • 195
  • 88
  • Housing Affordability
  • 197
  • 89
  • Depressions
  • Foreclosure/Short Sale
  • 199
  • Chapter 8
  • Trade and International Economics
  • 203
  • 90
  • Globalization
  • 204
  • 91
  • Currency Policy and Exchange Rates
  • Basics
  • 23
  • 206
  • 92
  • Devaluation and Depreciation
  • 209
  • 93
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • 211
  • 94
  • Balance of Trade
  • 212
  • 8
  • 95
  • Balance of Payments and Current Account
  • 216
  • 96
  • Eurodollars and Petrodollars
  • 217
  • 97
  • Trade Agreements
  • 218
  • 98
  • Business Cycle
  • Protectionism
  • 220
  • 99
  • International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank
  • 223
  • 100
  • World Trade Organization
  • 224
  • 101
  • G8 Economic Summits
  • 25
  • 226
  • 9
  • Deleveraging
  • 26
  • 10
  • Misery Index
  • 28
  • 1
  • 11
  • Consumer Confidence
  • 30
  • 12
  • Productivity
  • 32
  • 13
  • Economic Indicators
  • 34
  • 14
  • A Glossary of Basic Economic Terms
  • Distribution of Income and Wealth
  • 36
  • 15
  • Wealth Effect
  • 38
  • Chapter 3
  • Money, Prices, and Interest Rates
  • 41
  • 16
  • Money
  • 1
  • 42
  • 17
  • Money Supply
  • 44
  • 18
  • Inflation
  • 45
  • 19
  • Deflation
  • 48
  • Chapter 2
  • 20
  • Stagflation
  • 49
  • 21
  • Interest Rates
  • 51
  • 22
  • Prime Rate
  • 54
  • 23
  • Economy and Economic Cycles
  • Yield Curve
  • 55
  • 24
  • Risk Premium
  • 57
  • 25
  • Bond Prices vs. Interest Rates
  • 59
  • 26
  • Gold Standard
  • 9
  • 60
  • Chapter 4
  • Banks and Central Banking
  • 63
  • 27
  • Commercial Bank
  • 64
  • 28
  • Investment Bank
  • 65
Control code
ocn326699935
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xxi, 234 pages
Isbn
9781440503504
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
330 SA56 ; P ; XX-N ; C0911BT8(BS).
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 326699935
  • (Sirsi) 326699935
  • (OCoLC)326699935
Label
101 things everyone should know about economics : a down and dirty guide to everything from securities and derivatives to interest rates and hedge funds-- and what they mean for you, Peter Sander
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1
  • 29
  • Mortgage Bank
  • 67
  • 30
  • Central Bank
  • 69
  • 31
  • Federal Reserve
  • 70
  • 32
  • Income
  • Target Interest Rates
  • 72
  • 33
  • Fed Open Market Operations
  • 75
  • 34
  • Fractional Reserve Banking
  • 76
  • 35
  • Reflation
  • 10
  • 79
  • 36
  • Paradox of Thrift
  • 81
  • 37
  • Reserve Requirements
  • 82
  • 38
  • Loan Loss Reserve
  • 83
  • 2
  • 39
  • Tier One Capital
  • 85
  • Chapter 5
  • Governments and Government Programs
  • 89
  • 40
  • U.S. Treasury
  • 90
  • 41
  • Consumption
  • Federal Budget
  • 92
  • 42
  • Federal Deficits and Debt
  • 96
  • 43
  • Tarp
  • 98
  • 44
  • Talf
  • 12
  • 100
  • 45
  • Securities Acts of 1933, 1934, and 1940
  • 101
  • 46
  • Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
  • 104
  • 47
  • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
  • 105
  • 3
  • 48
  • Government-Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs)
  • 107
  • 49
  • Tax Policy and Income Taxation
  • 109
  • 50
  • Credit Protection
  • 111
  • 51
  • Saving and Investment
  • Bankruptcy Law
  • 114
  • 52
  • Entitlements: Social Security and Medicare
  • 116
  • 53
  • Retirement Plans
  • 119
  • 54
  • Unemployment Benefits
  • 14
  • 121
  • 55
  • Health Insurance Protection: Cobra and Hipaa
  • 123
  • Chapter 6
  • Economic Schools and Tools
  • 127
  • 56
  • Fiscal Policy
  • 128
  • 4
  • 57
  • Monetary Policy
  • 130
  • 58
  • Keynesian School
  • 132
  • 59
  • Chicago or Monetarist School
  • 134
  • 60
  • Chapter 1
  • Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
  • Austrian School
  • 136
  • 61
  • Supply-Side Economics
  • 138
  • 62
  • Trickle-Down Economics
  • 140
  • 63
  • Reaganomics
  • 16
  • 142
  • 64
  • Behavioral Economics
  • 144
  • 65
  • New Deal
  • 146
  • 66
  • Planned Economy/Socialism
  • 148
  • 5
  • Chapter 7
  • Finance and Financial Markets
  • 153
  • 67
  • Derivatives and Derivative Trading
  • 154
  • 68
  • Asset-Backed Security
  • 157
  • 69
  • Unemployment and Unemployment Rates
  • Collateralized Debt Obligation (CDO)
  • 159
  • 70
  • Credit Default Swap
  • 161
  • 71
  • Mutual Fund
  • 163
  • 72
  • Hedge Fund
  • 18
  • 166
  • 73
  • Private Equity
  • 168
  • 74
  • Leveraged Buyout (LBO)
  • 170
  • 75
  • Institutional Investors
  • 171
  • 6
  • 76
  • Money Market Fund
  • 173
  • 77
  • Credit Rating Agency
  • 175
  • 78
  • Stocks, Stock Markets, and Stock Exchanges
  • 177
  • 79
  • Recessions
  • Bonds and Bond Markets
  • 179
  • 80
  • Commodities, Futures, and Futures Markets
  • 181
  • 81
  • Currency Markets/Forex
  • 183
  • 82
  • Brokers, Broker Dealers, and Registered Investment Advisers
  • 20
  • 185
  • 83
  • Financial Advisers
  • 187
  • 84
  • Electronic Trading
  • 189
  • 85
  • Margin and Buying on Margin
  • 191
  • 7
  • 86
  • Short Selling
  • 193
  • 87
  • Median Home Price
  • 195
  • 88
  • Housing Affordability
  • 197
  • 89
  • Depressions
  • Foreclosure/Short Sale
  • 199
  • Chapter 8
  • Trade and International Economics
  • 203
  • 90
  • Globalization
  • 204
  • 91
  • Currency Policy and Exchange Rates
  • Basics
  • 23
  • 206
  • 92
  • Devaluation and Depreciation
  • 209
  • 93
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • 211
  • 94
  • Balance of Trade
  • 212
  • 8
  • 95
  • Balance of Payments and Current Account
  • 216
  • 96
  • Eurodollars and Petrodollars
  • 217
  • 97
  • Trade Agreements
  • 218
  • 98
  • Business Cycle
  • Protectionism
  • 220
  • 99
  • International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank
  • 223
  • 100
  • World Trade Organization
  • 224
  • 101
  • G8 Economic Summits
  • 25
  • 226
  • 9
  • Deleveraging
  • 26
  • 10
  • Misery Index
  • 28
  • 1
  • 11
  • Consumer Confidence
  • 30
  • 12
  • Productivity
  • 32
  • 13
  • Economic Indicators
  • 34
  • 14
  • A Glossary of Basic Economic Terms
  • Distribution of Income and Wealth
  • 36
  • 15
  • Wealth Effect
  • 38
  • Chapter 3
  • Money, Prices, and Interest Rates
  • 41
  • 16
  • Money
  • 1
  • 42
  • 17
  • Money Supply
  • 44
  • 18
  • Inflation
  • 45
  • 19
  • Deflation
  • 48
  • Chapter 2
  • 20
  • Stagflation
  • 49
  • 21
  • Interest Rates
  • 51
  • 22
  • Prime Rate
  • 54
  • 23
  • Economy and Economic Cycles
  • Yield Curve
  • 55
  • 24
  • Risk Premium
  • 57
  • 25
  • Bond Prices vs. Interest Rates
  • 59
  • 26
  • Gold Standard
  • 9
  • 60
  • Chapter 4
  • Banks and Central Banking
  • 63
  • 27
  • Commercial Bank
  • 64
  • 28
  • Investment Bank
  • 65
Control code
ocn326699935
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xxi, 234 pages
Isbn
9781440503504
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
330 SA56 ; P ; XX-N ; C0911BT8(BS).
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 326699935
  • (Sirsi) 326699935
  • (OCoLC)326699935

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