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Common Confusions in Macroeconomics
This book clarifies common confusions in macroeconomics. It does not use equations, graphs, diagrams or footnotes. The book is designed to focus on a number of macroeconomic subjects that are so often unclear in public discussion of policy, in the press, and in economics textbooks. The book also presents information on US income distribution, as well as historical data on ...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published March 17th 2006 by Authorhouse
(first published 2006)
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Interesting observations that contrast common perceptions about macroeconomic issues with either more specific details about how macroecon works, or the author's case for how to interpret certain elements. I made it about half-way through this loose collection of observations before stopping.